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jDUTCLTAM. RECORDER, DURHAM, N. C. TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 3911.
3i nrc 3C DC . pw, " IN SOCIAL E3EJG ; THE BRIDE. ' , ' . The orange .blossom crowns her, The -bridal satin gowns her, , ' The'happy anthems ring; Girlhood's gy rslgn 1b over, . She goes to meet ber lover, ' " . WhUp, Eden's voices Sing.- " ", ... The' marriage vow Is spoken, . , The wedding bread Is broken , With .blessings 'and with tears; These two, tet; but together, j Through torn? and sunny weather, ' To' Journey through the years. vj(;...t! : ; ; ' , , Fate', send your choicest dower, Great Joy and pWnty shower From blue and kindly skies; Earth's musio and Its. laughter, "And gladness ever after," ' And love that never dies! . t ' . ' i .- ' ; ... . ...... ' So, life gon on forever. Hands join, no more to sever, The roses crown the June! And 'down the aisle a-s winging, We ber.,Ue angels slitgiug , 'A joyous hymnal tune. , Kale. Manterson, In July Columbian. i . "1 ' ; : ' ,M1KH ViKST TO WKD. t Miss Mamie West, who, has b-en with -her cous'n. Mrs. L. N. Hol!e man, at Church Street hotel, for pasty?ar, left this morning for her ' borne in Fayettevllte, where tomor row she will be married to Mr. O. Norman Cedd'e, of that flty. Miss West has mude a host of friends In the city, who will join In toiigratu- lalfona to the young couple. Ijotb of tbest young people are of the bent fiinilles In FsyetteviPe and had been sweet hearts from chlie!- biiod. They will reside In Fayet'e- vllle. . , SWEET SMKLLIXi Ll. .. There Is nothing , more refreshing thau' to have the linen come from the linen shelves so sweet that It fairly Invites repose. The careful bouse wife to It that she has a supply of small sachet bags or. pads welt , filled with lavender; these sre not ex- ' pensive If wade at t home, and the fragrance of the Uveuder lasts a very i luag time. ,' , Thus who have not tried It will orulnly be surprised to find what an . entirely different odor bed linen has ,lf It fat folded sp dry from tb line thst-la," used unironed. This Is, of , Aw.'1' practics! Only when the . cli" are drM out of doors 'in the brtfchf sunlight There is naturally s prejudice against this plan on the part 'of'msny but a fair trial will convince , even the most skeptical. ' . o , C'ANADA-CAItLfc. ' " Green sbivo, June 24 Mr. Charles W. Canada asJ Miss Annie Lew Cable were united in marriage Thursday evening at I o'clock at the hone of Mr. and Mrs. A P. Frailer, on Poring : tisrden street, the Rev. T. J. Ogburn, pastor of Ura' Methodist Prothe tsnt church, performing the cere mony. Only a few of the Immediate friends and teiatlvew of the young people were prwienL After the cer- n.ony Mr. ant Mrs. Canst left frr a short visit to relatives In Rock Uiiihsra county snd upon their return will live oa Spring Garden street The trlde Is tne second dsughter of Mr. snd Mrs. M. L. Cable, of liana is. Sue is a v,v pietty and attractive young woman and bss been employed for some tlmo In the business cflirr of the Southern Hell Telephone conv pany. . Mr. t'sii..da came here some t'me ago from Iturham and la i de partment superintendent In the cigar factory of SelJenberf and company DAX E AT I H tm HILI- Friday evening at t:39. severs! young ladles snd gentlemen left this rliy for Chspel Hill, where there wss a dance given. I'pon srrivlng at Chapel Hill the gueta went to the K K. ball, where a delicious luncheon was served, after which they left fur the dancing psvlllon. Here a number ' of ladles snd gentlemen of Chspel Hill joined them In the dsndes. The colored band furnished music till about It oYljM-k when the gueiia re turned home, srrivlng here about I o'clock. Tbiwe present Were: Miss Willie Cos snd Mr. A'klns, MIm Helen Trll. tie and Mr. Ilob Lea, Miss Anna Crib ble and Mr. Trsvis (.'instead, Miss Anna Hell Gray and Mr, John t'mste4 Mies K'betrt Mtchls snd Mr. James Hatch. Miss tnclle Stokes end Mr. Hal Hayes. Miss I'larld.? Kramer snd Mr. Willie. Smith, Miss Douglas Hill and Mr. O. C. Harris. Miss Florence Green and Mr. Weill GIiim, Miss Mary Ituftln Oreen and Mr. Thetps, Miss . Taylor snd Mr. Bneed Basser, Miss OUdys Taliaferro and Mr. Randolph CurrM.MIa Mary Loulne Manning and Mr. ioa rtseser. CbspeMnes: Meodames K, M. ftokns snd Annie 'j Uuig. Stag: Mr. Kd Thompson, , , The' guests Mr. Frsnk Fuller rsrrled 'over ln his aiitimtolille were: Messrs. t-Yaiik Fuller, James Manning. Ilruce ! Mmuh and Mr. Harris, of Virginia. ..I Xortli Carolina Witors. i tenoir, luw , St.- Ths 'Fourth Kotato" of ths stste of North Caro lols 'wss well represented, nun erl cally as well us In quality, wn? Vrrsldent M I. ftblpman, this tr.nrn- itr formally "itened.the annual in vention of the North Carolina presa aenociatlnn, wlikh will renmln In Mrs- jinn fcwre thrungb todsy Siid t.inio. nw.i berort tn members stsrt ,u their annus! Junt. which will 'a TOE: ii WORLD W THE RECORDER PATTERNS W3. m70. . A ftuinty CeuliEee) Laili-?s Di-oxlng Kark. This niodjl may bo finished with a bell or .puff ?ieve, with a sailor vol lur, or with round or pointed ueek outline. It Is spproprlate tut flounc ing, lawn, !(nt-n, challie, flannel rr flannelette. 1'be sack may be worn loose or confine 1 by a belt or rlb'tor,. The pattern is cut In three six' Small, medium and large. It requires I 3-8 yards of 38 Inch material for the medium tfze, or S 1-2 yard of flouncing, S3 'ncbes deep tor tbe medium else. . t A pattern of this llluatrstlon mail ed .o any adcVefm on receipt of 10c In silver or s'smps. Nam. . f 8trest .. I....... . -' . Town .1 Itata .. ......... '.. . ... Bl .......... . No........... ' 4 Fill Out tid abova blink, na. 4 closing tea cents In stamp! or 4 coin, and tnntt to tha Reitit Pat. 4 wo company, itss r uitoa street, T w Hrookia, tt. TV Ipt. D. .4 (.KXKIUL Oi:i)KUS IKMKO GKXKiai. J. K. MUIt ' The following g.nersl orders ro- gr.rdlng the reunion of the North Ctrohna Division lulled ton fed or ate Veterans at Wilmington on Au g'ust 2d and 3d are issued by Major Genersl J, 3. Carr, commsnder: Durhstn, N. C. June 24th, 111. General Orders No. 44. Parsgrsph I. The comrasndfr cl the North Carolina Division of the Confederate Vcrans baa the pleai ure of announcing that the neit au niial reunion cf this division will be Imld In the city of Wilmington on the 2d and 3d davs of August, IS 1 1, it accordance with the Invitation x tended and accepted at our last ic- utilon. . Our comrades and othr public spirited and hospitable olti ens or our -c;jijr by tne Sea" are determined to make this reunion one of the plessantest ever held In this late, and they will give a warm cm hiarty welcome to all veterans who msy ttetnd. Tar. 2. . Wiljrington has long lieet famous for tts generous and refined hospitality, ai'd at no city In the south is the T.emory of the Confct- etaet soldier more tenderly and fond ly cherished. An Interesting (i.o srsra hi bein prepsred for the w.n- Ion and everything possible will be done for the comfort and pleasure it sll vetersns who attend. Veteran sho are uuh to pay their Hies! snd lodging will be cared for fr. If they will, jjo later than two week before the reunion, notify AdJ.itsu I.. Leon at VtTmlngton, so thst an- ct.mmodatlons msy be provided for them. This Is Importsnt and mtta' not be neglected by any veteran wi wishes free ae-omuiodstlons. I'sr. 2. Application hn-f been made to the railroads for th nm.nl lew rite of anient a mile, and the eiact fare from any station msy lw lesrned by Inquiring of the losl yent.t , , , . car. . The annual election of the division snd brlgsde commanders will be held on the first dsy of the reunion, ss heretofore, and only those rsmpa sill be allotted to vjle which bare been reported by Gen eral Mlrkle 1 having tiaid ihi-lr dues , Hy order of M A JOR-fl K: K R A L J. 8. CARR H. A. LONDON, Adj.-Oen. snd Chief of fitsff. He You refuse me tbenf Oh, well there sre others! Bhe I know there are. ! accept ed one of th"n this sfternoon.- Ilos- H'B Transcript. , Crsbhsw If you, Insist on th's hew gown I II have to get It on ereM REUNION AJTJILMINGTON FOLLOW nRHEST Cblcajo ilaa Chsred Wlfli Em bezzling Papers a&d Records WashlngtoD, :, June 23.t Arrest of George 0, Glavla, of Chicago, brother of Louis H, Clavis, of Ballinger-Pln- chot fame, on charge of 'embezzling bookB, papers and records belonging to, the. Chicago Tribune,, is likely to develop into a nation-wide sensation. Glavls, who is. accused of having re fused to deliver evidence against a certain United '. States senator and various government officials, will b In Washington,' probably .tomorrow morning, to face a hearing here. The facts in the case, including the names of the United States senators, will come out at this hearing accord ing" to statements made yesterday In tbe'offlee of Wade H. Ellis, former as sistant . to the attorney-general,, and attorney for the Chicago newspaper concerned in this case. ' Moreover James Keeley, editor of the Chicago Tribune, already sub poenaed as a witness before the Lori mer Investigating committee, is likely to, be subpoenaed afresh before the committee. If Mr. 'Keeley Is called in this connection as a witness Mr. Kills, it Is -stated, will accompany blm as counsel before the Lorimet committee. Counsel for the complainant da not know . what" has become of the"evi denco" which Glavls set about to get and to purchase which frm a, Wash ington source the Tribune gave Glavls the emu of $f'.0. According to the statement of Mr. Ellis Glavls has simply declined to say what disposi tion be has made of the books and papers concerned. , It Is known that he sent back word to Chicago,, according tq -Mr. .Keeley, that he bad made, the purchase. Since then Mr. Keejey has been suable to get any satisfaction from blm. Swear ing out of a warrant here charging Glavls with'- embeiilement. followed, the warrant being m sworn to. by'R. Uoldttn' Donaldson, partner of - Mr. Kills in the lsw business. GOTTOn GOOD ei ' ' t ,' v Rail Is SUU Bafly Needed. How ever, Over Part ol Bell Memphis, June 2$. The Commer cial-Appeal said today In regard to the cotton crop: Rains fell In moderate to heavy quantities In sll parts of the cotton belt during the week except in west ern, southwestern and parts of north ern Texas aid western Oklahoma. Where rslns fell the cotton crop has been put in most excellent condition tnd the outlook is good. The fields are well cultivated and the plant is green, beal'hy. growing and fruiting. Blooms sre reported In the most northern districts. In Alabama and most of the centrsl cotton belt the outlook Is the best In nsny years snd conditions spproach the ideal. They are a little less fsvorabls In South Carolina, where rainfall bas not yet been sufficient. In western Trxss and Oklahoma the crop has suffered no Injury that rain will not restore, but the ground is be coming quite dry and such light and scattered showers as have fallen have given but little relief. Rain Is rapidly becoming a necessity for a good cot ton crop. In Arkansas, Louisiana and south ern Mississippi bolt weevils sre be coming more numerous since the rains but are not so destructive as at this time last yesr. ' - White Won en Fare Munler Trial Jackson, Miss., June 26 Th reg- uisr term oi tne iiinus county circuit court, which cpened Its sesrion here toilsy. Is stt.-sdlng unusual lnter-st thtotighout the state, because. In the first time in the history of this county two nn'te women sre t he tried on miirdei charges. Mrs. Lulu Wlltrher, on? tf the defendant. as Indicted In Ysxoo comty for ctt n pl.clty In the Murder of her husband. John W lltrlur, and her rase was transferred tc. tbla cottuty on a cbange of venue. For the same crime her lrother-ln-!aw, 1 wilnher, snd a tiesri utmed Lee Price, are now serving life sentences. The other defendant Is Claudia Iiattlo, a glr' of seventeen years, who shot snd killed ;nr paramour In a d'vj Ij this city. . Sufferer 4to dentist's servsnll; Not in today. Isr. dear. I wanted to con sult aim bsdly. Servant: Well, let's hope you'll still have toothache tomorrow. Kliegrnde ttls-'tter. Mrs. Nagbigh I suppose you are us tin fled now that yon made a m! tske when yn.i married me? Nsgletgh I made a mlstske. all tight, but I'm not satisfied. llostm Transcript. "If yotl keji on increasing the i of the riatlor! house of repreMnl4- I Ives OUTLOOK FOR 11 Hi Fl nr'u if tii in niwn 1 T A IIMM : Hill I I llll MM III : 7, "w Buried Eer Husband Oae Day and Was Married Ihe Next Swalnsboro, Ga,, June 26. Emanuel county, Georgia, has residing In its borders a Couple whose lugubrious courtship is wlthost a parallel In'the whole United 8taies. '. This couple is Mr. and Mrs. Robert. S. McDanlel. Mrs. Mcijaniel was the wife of "Mr. J. J. Sewell, a j prominent farmer of this county, three days before she became Mrs. McDaniel. All the circumstances surrounding ber unusual marriage are Interesting. . Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sewell owned 4 nice little farm near Swalns- boro. Together they had bought, and by thrift, economy and hard labor, bad paid the purchase price -of the farm: To tbem six children had been born and no habpler household could be found. ( : Mr. Sewell, however, fell ill and his wife watched over him and nursed him with the loving care that a faithful wife usually bestows. On Tuesday death removed her husband, and on Wednesday she followed bis remains to the burying ground, clad in the deepest habiliments of woe,, and saw her husband's body laid to rest beside his first wife. She wss almost over come with grief and would not be com forted until Mr. McDaniel, a young man and a friend of her dead husband and herself, spoke s few words to ber. This seemed fo soothe her and to gether they left the cemetery. The next, day, Thursday, they ap peared in Swainsboro and together ! visited the ordinary's office where Judge John R., Youman Issued, to age as thirty-one and he putting bis down aa twentyj-six. A local magis trate was then sought and tbey were married. , , It is said that when McDaniel ap proached Mrs. 8eawell she declared that life was not worth living since she had lost ber protector. McDaniel sked her to live for his sake and promised that be would love and pro tect, her. To this she consented but lnteriosed some slight objection to marrying so soos after her husband s death.! McDaniel was able to prove to her satisfaction that her husband was as dead aa he would ever be, as he expressed it, and the marriage re sulted. -McDaniel is said to V bave moved here from somewhere near Jopllii, Missouri. : f Johnny Kliii-, the former Cub. now with Bos'.tn, hss been eppoInte-J captain ot the Hustlers. The 5 W3Tein association has blcwn up. I'-ki.- attendance over the circuit touched eff the fuse. . President Cinrlcy Somera. of the Cleveland club, will send bis star Ol.tflelder. Joe Jscksnn. In colleen text fall. . connte ainci; nas recalled it'.c v.sivers on Lei'y Riissell and v.il. give the former Eastern League stur snother chsnce. The Chirac White Rox have hai more games ii--tMjned on account of tain this reason than any other Lmsjor lesgue rd.b. With Port.. Vaughan, Fisher, Qt Inn and Wh !.op delivering f grods, the New York Ysnkeos" pit' h Ing staff Is a 1 srd combination tc beat. While playim; In Pittsbnrg recent-I-, Bob Cotils'tl, ot the Brooklyn team, was presented with a gold atch by a uV nation or citizens from Donors, l a. Three National league catchers, Bi-esnabsn, of ft. Louis, and Archer tnd Necdhatr, of Chicago, were all torn in Ireiacii, and on the same date, June H. Ty Cobb i net bunting as much tHs sesson as be did la former yes.-s The "Georgli i'esch" Is hitting 'cm out and rausinf; a lot ot work for the tsrdencrs. Ju as If a I umpires weren't blind anywav, Catcher Nunsntaker, of the"Ttnston fled Sox, threw a handful oftiins la the lamps of I'm plr Mim !t cine day. I , I no.i. ytiie win, ae.aeen lo ths Mr hhow when Pitcher Armadoi Mar;ui,iiid.'!ilrd Hsiteiiian Rafirl Alticl.la j..tn lite' Reds. It Is s.tld tbs C4tlnnat: psld $7.r.m to .he New '.briialn, , Conn., club for the PSleV -) I f i J- ,' ; Tii inxtt'ii Nationals htve beet) hi.mJnr I?" sxfnl wallcptiigs th s scssna. yiice 'n Chicago, vhen the wort rcsd: i urS, 20; Huston, J. snd scsin i.l Cinrlnnstt. when the Keds scored 26 runs and the Bustlers Ct.lhered I. For a gon-1 many years baseball fans hs ben l-egglng umpires fo get a pslr f specs," and niw a Ntw York plivsldan, a formr lute player, suggest thst many Imll pliiy et might imp'-ove In hatlliif? If they wt.re spectacles. Mistress teiMglng new CiHikl You wsnt so marks a month wag,s? That Is ion m, ib. Cook Ah, but my cooking Is nl qu, ma'am. r'llcgcmle Iilnetteri DIAMOND PICK-UPS I Stray Topics jFrom ; Utile Old New York New York, June 26. To relieve a long felt want another gigantic hotel is to be builtIn the vicinity of Times square. The structure which . will be erected on the 'northeast corner of Seventeenth avenue and Thlrlv seventh street is to be twenty-four stories high rnd will cost more tnar $4,000,000. The ground, to be oc cupied by the hotel was recently purchased by a syndicate for II, 350 000 and, adding to this sum the cost of the structure the total will reach the respectable sum of about S, 500,000. It Is scarcely necessary to state that thu hotel will b strlct'y up-to-date in ita, arrangement , nd equipment. According to the plans mapped out the hotel will con-tain 1,200 rooms, about 200 more t'litr the' Waldorf-Astoria, and every room will be provided with a bath., The hotel has al.'rady been leased to a prominent note! man for $350,00) year, the leas? to take effect wber, the building ! ready for occupancy, which is expected to be some time It the fall of next year. V During the coming month there will be a who'osalB natnralistaHr.n ntiy comr. ittlne race suicide, hut aliens In this city, in preparation .'or tne Prer families, even in New the coming fall election. There areYork c,tJr anJ vicinity show no such nearly three thousand of these aliens j tendency. A woman in Corona, L. I. who have tsken out their "firs. pa-'!rccently attended the marriage of pers" some time ago, to be made'ln-lntr last unmr.rried daughter, the to full fledged citizens and, to accom-j 'ounBe8t ot twenty-three children, modate them a special term of thep1'0 race ""'tide in that family, al supreme coutt will be held during tD0Un It must be added that of the the month of July, which will !ie-lt,ellt'-tni,ee children only lour aons vote practically ltsntlre time to the!and 8,x daughters, all of them un naturalization of aliens. A great weight is about to be tak en off the police force Itr Brooklyn. Patrolman Frank J. Link, of the Ralph avenue 1 precinct in that bor ough, who is Built somewhat on the lines of a railroad roundhouse, 'has ! T"1 ,n an aI,r'-catlon for -etlren.eiit He weighs i-7 pounds, and is 6? id time aeo be disputed the rieht of way with a B-ooklyn trolley Car and bis left leg vas Injured. It bas troubled him ever since and this fact finally 'nduced him to seek re tirement There, is no record of w nat happened to the trolley car In the collision with Link. ' The suffragettes of the nineteenth ssembly district have settled down flCQAfn bTsl-nes.: The o!b day tby hnM their s- j Bee which, according to corrobora-tr,,.; .h .n .V. . ting testimony, proved a grand "tlch con ,ed "rL fe cess. About twelve of the nttn&?Ll1 !.run, 'T aspiring ladlr. assembled at the,' and spent he ' afternoon nventling stockings, bathing suits and other feminine thin;rs, while, at the same lime, uejr i.uKea .poilllis sna Otoer , . , , . , . , , . subjects dear to the feminine n!lnd.;0siford-, bri(fht youn a cler,c. j brated trials took place, including Between dsrning stockings end other ihIp , tBe tentle brarch of ,on.jthst of Prof. John White Webster things time parsed quickly and sooni,,,,, ,nd w, ,fceI ,ure he wfn ml0tor the murder ot Dr. George Paik it wss time lor tea and then came ,I)od. He ,eft for Washington Wed-iham, and mttnv, years later of Jesse acjoarnmen . .nesdsy to ssjtime his duties, follow-! Pom eroj, convicted of the murder For the fits', time) In many yean a ec by the good wishes of n's f little children. supreme court Jury took the t-?s'l-i friends. Oxford Banner. I - ' mony of several deaf mutes In a suit j . J Honors for Retiring Amlmssatto'r . wuico us ncara me omer aay. Walter Harrlman, a desf mute sued; hand. Harrlman claim, thst b no. " , m f ' w two w s- dent, but be also bad to learn to talk in a new way. The company cltlmed that Harrlman lost bis Lam- by his own negligence. . Notwithstanding the strict pure food tews upon tbe statute books and the fitful effor-s of the authorities lo ; enforce these laws, there .ire msnvi cases of the most flagrant violation, of these Isws. The three cblldr ?n of a poor widow on second avenue in vested a few pennies In so-calle.1 "Jelly DesDs" a cheap kind of ca.iJ sold in Isrge quantities In the poorer districts of tbe city, and .all three) were so severely poisoned that tbe! doctors at hc hospital held out ni hcjie for tbdr recovery. Their, dlsgnose was a rigid invest ST: rhrnnstunr:!lndustrial College of the "Jelly beans' will now be n,.j. An unusurl'y rare And Interetln. Indian relic wss unearthed the otaorj day on a farm near White Horse. N J. The relic, tvldently the wora cf some Indian tculptor Is of bake'. clay and represents the bead of an Indian. Tbe head la two and ore half Inches long and an Inch and hElf wide. Well ornaments, known to have been iscd by the Detawia Indisns are sttached to the va-s. while the lips and nose have bvn bradd. The artistic ability "v ;" o oe tin- r high f ir an Indian. From Westfleld, N. J., comes the w. ANTED Now U the time to begin to make the necessary preparstlon. Positions secured for graduate! of all , nioney paid for tuition refunded. IhKikkeeplng. Hanking, Shorthand, Typewriting. Telegraphy. aLwrnatiship. Civil rVrvire, IVninsbshlp - ' and all Knglish Branchi-s. Wright . liiuji. Wlsla.Salcm, Th highest report that a pet cat on a farm in the vicinity of that town recently batched out four . chickens and is mothering them like a sure-eno;tb hen. Some persons, who beard the repot, was at first inclined to doubt Its trutbfulners, but tbey. abando;i.d their critical attitude when they learned that the owner" of the farm, a Mr. Tappln vouches for the truth of the statement. ; Mr. Tappln i a hard shell Baptist and a teachor in the Liberty corner union chapel Sun day school. He, intends to send the cat and the cbickens she has raised to President Taft, as soon as the chickens are old enough to stand transportation. President Taft will undoubtedly "delighted." . A certain distinguished statesman, soldier, autht-ri hunter and rough- rider, nas said and written a prat ideal about race suicide and his cry ahas been takjn up by other less (lis- tingulshed publicists. There is un doubtedly a sreat deal of truth in the statements made, that many of the old and --ealthy families In the eastern pan oi tne country are ried, are surviving. FALLS OVKK TALL CUFF. i i Joseph Felton, 1 8-Year-Old Son of , Mr. H. 1. Felton, Dashed to IVaJi at Ile of Tines West Indies. Greenville, S. C, June 26 Xenrs reached here Saturday from the Is!-j of Pines, West Indies, of the tragic " ul es some lour years ago, 1-1- Tt . . ii vi o iMiucute ui at jears io. Greenville. Young Felton was out bunting with a friend, when he fell over a tall cliff and was dashed to death. The comrade went six miles for help and on the return was unthle to lo cate the cliff, aolaying the finding ot ;y uf next d ay Mr H. I Felton orfgi t'&lJtl?? ' fJom Nw Hampshire. He settW In I ; - " """" " mrm Captuird Piece of Pie. We are pleased t note the fict that Ssn.in. V ( cimn... t... ----- - .. . . . . ... . .iiuimvua .riu .eur,d fr Pnet TA-.ht - say, you aid'" sa d the boss to the new office boy. "You'll have to,. "Oh. tb.tS all right! I ain't i V '. f U'i rj, "But your .leisure class in America seems rather restricted. "Oh, I dont know. Look at the park yonder. There are about as many as the benches will accommodate." ljoui.nne Courler-Journal. -- j Scliioolg & thr okth rtitni iu Cfotr Mnrmil nnrl olalt 11 iil lliai UllU Maintained tiv ths Htate for Women ni .-rtii arniina. ne reaulir r.-ur. f? tether..' Ftu Tt' 'TlmA wr mil. rnr eautlusu sna utlier Inform Hin stilrr , Jl l.lt S I. KOI ST. Prealdewl, (reeaalMra. , I', The North. Camliiuf 1I.LKf;K OK At.ltlt l I.Tl'lll-: AMI MKCHAMC AP.TS. The Klst.N InduMrinl t'ldlege. Four-yeari pntire In Acnrnlturr: .in Civil. Fle-trlrwl, and McchnnPal r-nuinerrtng. in imfuatriai t lieml. try; In Cotton SUnnfactuiing und H)elng. Two-year course in M hUn 100 Young Men & Women toPrepare For Fall and New Year Positions ! , Pay and Sight HcbooU TrMeBal laMrscllos-l ater Aay Time. .1, , Call or write at once for full information." rv? Wllmlneloa, SalNbsry, . Vm ( harlcMoe, s. f. endorsed KuslneM Collt go Jn the South Atljn;ic. "I Am Well" writes Mrs. L-R. Barker, of 'Bud, Ky., "and can do all my . housework. For years 1 suffered witlj such pains, I - could scarcely stand on my feet After three different doctor's had failed to help me, t gave Cardulatrial. Now; I feel like a new woman.' , .. B58 The Woman's Tonic 1 A woman's health de pends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It Is the little things that count, in a woman's, life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardul at once, and ayoid more seri ous troubles. We urge you to try it Begin today? THE BIX Gil AM SCUOOL, ASIIE- , YILLE, .C. - In Col. Bingham's new catalogue ... A oners: . . r ' ', 1. A free round trip ticket front ' anywhere within 1,500 mile of Ashe ville to any parent who, after a care ful inspection, is not convinced that except for mere show, the Bingham . $80,000 plant Is the best and safest; such parent ever saw. , i , .." 2. He notes that the courses off erect)., at Bingham aggregate 2.3 mora "units" and average 9.5 more "uults" than in any other school In the ststo, according to the January "Bulletin,'" by Prof. iWalker, of the university, jj Passing of Historic IhMton Edifli a Boston June 26 The old court house of Boston, whose wMIs often echoed with the eloquence of men like Rufus Choate and Benjamin F. Butler, was disposed of at public , auction today, preparatory- to being; torn down to make room for a rew . structure. Tho structure was erect ed in 1S37 on the site of an older court house -n which Captain Kidd was confined while awaiting trial. lln the newer e.inrf hnu m.n. . ttn-lln Ti.nn 1 Tl. U . ... 2 "' Z. '.Z: I 7L-J-T. iL nr!m S toe a hS is to tak plm-e tomorrow night at the hotel Adlonv Covers will be laid for 200 guests, among whom will bo distinguished members ot the Ger man official world, leaders of uni- verslty life and prominent represen tatives of th.j American colony la the German lapital. Colleges Elon College 1 sit Situated In the delightful bill coun try. All imwlem S'lvantaices In iult tnent mill Inatrui'tlnn. Xieelal ruurxti In Mui;e. Art. Kxpnuelon. Normal. I'r-part.r- un.l Hnlna I Apartment. Terma very reaxmaltle. 1131 ti us; ler erei,n l len month. Twcntv- " n t.i.mwr .. ,Z7JlKn' T othcr torw": rRv.iin:T w. a. ikrit.b r.ltm (allrse, St. C. k ,Arts ami In Textile Art. On, year rourM In At;rM tilturc.. .Tliear riinrw-a arc Mih pi a ileal and s. in life. .V:ainliiKi Imis . ror adnilwMix are hcl.l at t It rouuly aoats on July l.tifs , . . For Catlor.e adilrrw . , TIIK Ililil.-iTUAIt. West HaJclsN X. U L j Durham' ... N. 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