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DURHAM It ECO RDKlt , DUl I 1 1 A M,: N. .0., ' FI? LP-VYi' N 0 V E M B KR 17, 1911
1 PAGE TWO II... - s ' t 1 J ' !' II To Tfliie : People 02. limrMim anM- VueiMQy- ' ANNOUNCEMENT . Grand OpeiiJno At MILLER'S STORE on Friday Nov. 17, 1911 MILLER'S STORE In order to get acquainted we will inaugurate a Grand Opening. That will give you an opportunity: for taking advantage of ex ceptional Values at prices far below normal. Come and be con vmced! . ' . v - . r:--""j4 - A new and up to-date line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies readv-to.wear, and Furnishings for your close inspection. A Store that Caters to you'on the merits of its Extraordinary , Values The Store where satisfaction is guaranteed. The new Store where quality ; will be Supreme OIL 1I1G OF P-M H 1111 Hi Ill Ullll I III 3 ' " 1 la the fastest and most exciting rmesiei to SUie fcy lite Sobs o! se of btb:i ever Puyed on S the T. M. C. JL court the aasocia BC KeVKStitt j toa tram defeated the second team jof Trinity College Wednesday night RaXg. Nov. 14.-Profer Colli-11" t5 ain ICria of f:ur JKia,' rr C&X of the irnUeraity of Nana I lh fclJ rt bin T- M C- A ' U; Caetttaa. eVknered trivia aJJre!Trinity. ' ......,.' -! it, a- W. is 6riB:ii)c.!1Bl tB ru,t . a. ka of the C.ir.a & Xy Sw f the Revotutton. rod oil j K th T- M- c- A' n,W got Vi3 f Govrroor Bcjafn SmitifhoV po4 tb o!l twice In r?nMr Co-- tfffM rt fni) W"4 ln ,h firtl ir Grrefr 8aa f m hM f minat. of par. ti Kutrd oa Mm iiiMhikt Jer Cat rr r " '"S MBificent work. txi. o-5 ,r,j Woo. of Triniljr. tu the flrrt tv. tm 21 Tr oil u Kle t9"K C- Imwedijt 3- GrM-ra2 Vaah'-tarton. crrire in tie lMtar of tk 'at ttta aduricia tr')ca ao4 poUeit ao4 www AaCiuM M ran toot r3 lilt ani M hi A'a'h is a t3aa-ial -xk1k- n f;'4 tax rrediMwn acrruail; iai4 eiia M tw fcoly aa Tfi fr a !; ta fwrcalt Ka bnuiat Tie wru of Goraor Sari for e-W. a-aace. roa4a aad oOker tenaJ. :reoo'a aa atrt'naea tuftfhrt will aia seal rw Maaary ia wtu rcHw the fcoaora of traa 4Tht. Ta- paitin etow feat la o4 ekmial wilrjrr tTfa. la tf jra of a f-ral aoa maka qytse a aa&4xm a'faraJr 0.rar Kiirtu aeee4 tie rv trait ta a avwfal aa4 trl-f apn ar ie tel!fct eiied wKa bfi4x- Uoa ?f lie. iWjt Brent Prane D. ti. el 4e. chaatiaia ot fh a rWf. ( '! i, tsryaa Gr1.Tia trJ -i tie rot g an4 the rfj tu kail waa well C4 wi fr - 4t.i ttle. ' f.T) U-4y la Imrftata as4 ar nsi,iiific (tittry aau)4 th MafWatrte Karc and thibi!loa ar fu'ari Broa. a 1 tfc ei. li-tf Piles QuieWy Cured at Home lauat ltrf. IVraMart Vm Trial fakace Maitrd i r im AO la lla'a rpif Th I'f rwanid SMnlle, Many rsaea of files hse been red by a trial patkace of Pyramid fiie Cure without furthi-r treatment. Wheg It piotes Its tal is to you. get mote frum your druggist at &e a box, and be sure yo get the kind yea aak for. Kin.ply D.I out free coupon below and mail today. Sate yourself from the surgeon 'a knife and its tort arc, the dw tor tad his bills. I RLE fat a AGE 101 PlM Pyramid Irf Cwn-atty, 3H Pyramid tiL'g Maraban, MW-n. Kindly aetMf m a trial treatment at Pyramid Plla Remedy a oirce, by mal, THhi, la tlaia wraier, no I can fh 2 nvlendld r-wulta. Kama . , . . nSreid , . . Cy , MI TRIMTV Ml"HtlMonKJ CAX. n:L ME TUX LATER DATE. It in a fine exhibition of ball tb 6v ciauW 0f 3"' dnpllrated the amnt. It nip a&4 tatk the first half, reaulting In a tie. earh team having eight poiota to its credit.. The second half opened with a rim, earh team being determined to get a lead; Trinitr got the ball 00 the toea op. and after aorae dazzling paanii.g the Trinity boys again arored. the ball being porkettd br Hojttoa. Thl, tut Trinity la the lead. Captain lirlnn waa the next Kaa to find the net. and the score was agaia tied. At this point Hous ton, of Trinity, got In the game with a tim that would have rallied the moet experienced players, he seemed to he la all positions at once, and bis pa' eg was the bett er seen on the local court, aewtl timrs he p'ared the bail epon the rlu, but it refuted to ga la the pocket, yet he sewf.illy mad a rant fur the gorl h 4 feet from the bak-t Karns ddwf that the T. M. C A aeedH a few goals, m he waled In ar,d madea couple. Captain Hrlna a well pl-awl with the ntttk of his n-n. and ha worked tery bird wtth the iy and hoprs ta .!ay sjme of the bet trams in the state. Mr. Rrlnn waa rme of the mainvtajs of the great team that Trinity ?ut out tsst y-sr, and Is the brrrtber of the fsmotis captain of Trinity's tanity. A f-i-rd!d road allixyned the (aBi the public wt:i soon hare the plaure of seviiig ( a;,taln lirlnn Uading his tint agair.at the Ut fire of th ltiver;ty of N'orth Car o'.ir.a. The work of the tam Wein-day night )istlfi the hope that the awlattoa wiit be able to hold It own with the beet 'of them. USE B16 DITCH IN 1913 nH;j4 MILL UK AI.MlWU TO pah TMiur(;ii rtxtm Al. TIMT VIMIt, New Orleans, Nor. 1S Vessel will be allowed to pses through the Panama canal, the official opening of which bs. been set for January I. Ill, probably the latter half of J1J. This Information Is ronta.b. ed In a letter relved by L. E. lient ley, of the New Orleans Progressive I'nlon, from Major t. C. Hogg, of the t ailed Kiatea corps of engineers at MashlnctoB, Major I logics aayx: "I am directed by the aereisry of wsr to Inform you thst, while tli official date of the opening of the canal has been set for- Jatxiary I. It is the Intention to allow res. sels to utilize the c?.al lust as soon as practical, probably by the latter half of III?. However, It is too fsr la advance at this time to At any definite ate. Hhipping Interests will be ad vised as soon as the corn- mNfloa foe Is jsssurrd that tewli raa be passed without rnnecMsry 4lay." 124 Labar leaders OoDose ADDroori- atlot by Fcierillon Atlanta. Not. 11 Labor leaders are making a strenuous effort to pre vent the Introduction into the cm ventinn of the American Federation of Labor now in eesion here of a re solution framed by the California delegation aiprojji iarVlirg S0.v0 tor the defease of the McXwnara broth era. A large suit already has been rah- ed for tfiia vurpoke by private aib scr4Xhn a id the leadVu contend, it Is said, taat whatever money is need ed for the McNai'.iara defenae can be obtained fa thta manner knout drarwlnr uyn the fasds tn the none- too-weil-atocked treasury of the fed eration. The convention already baa placed Maelf on record pledging continued "moral and financial" supuort to ibe Mc.amare in a telegra-v aent by Preside j Cjcnier8 fey direction of the cacv-ntlon. Delectm bare but one more day within which tt present resoitttions, so the Caltf jrnUns twn' dK ide soon. One of the Uggt figftta of the cwvcdJcti pro'aoly wlil be directid against the ttulldiirg trades dnart nwnt whica waa orsanlzd at the Norfolk convention In 17. Last year, at ft Loia, the carjenters r-re autp'nd-rd front the department bwmuse iny refirv-1 to abide ly Its dchii9n In a jurisdiction dinpute wi h the aheK nxUt workTn as tn whtca craft aliould piare mWal work on d The dparuiieit then sp-tK-atcd to tne federatkm to revoke turn charter of the offcndlsia; union TSe iXMCufive coir.icll of th frdera- ttia rp!M that H had no fnjw-r to r-voiie th drjienferA' hartcr and atgtK'd that reyjeatiou of c'nar'T. were not "i.uat1 to harmonize ex te:ing d'.nrnc. Rrinstaiint of t'.e carjiefr'pta m fhTefore adv1d It la a!i'K c-rjiln that the de- sartnifnt will be wrauiz'-d at the tif-iiug t- be fceld durir.f tne las! wk of this month and ti of the d'hote vrlict rhat this con- trnTsy will rewul: In the atjolorb meat of tie department ' ii BISHOP K1LGQ PRESIDING OVKH KfSlOXM OK AXXHI CONHiliKXt'K .IT H.ILlKllt'KV MAIiVUMi. ffsllah'iry, Mr., Nor, K. Tht IStk anausl tnn of the Virginia tmiferenc .f the Melhodle Kp'sco- psl ciiunh. Hoiith, riem-d here ye f idiiy with alHut &i deligai-s If ae',da.fe lilshop John' C. Kllgo. of Ii'irbam, N, t" presided. Ilev B. 8. Lambeth was re-eleded were lary and Reve, R. p, LJpromb and rrank L. Wells, were reelected a slxtaiils. Reports of the prcilding ellct showed thst during the past tonfei tica yesr there had been 14 rrvr? on an average converted t every memlier of the conferenre. The conference pMged, 1 1 .' to assist in electing a Kouthera Methodist church In Wanh r.gton. it C. According to Rev. Dr. Ooorge i, Hxton, the represents!.! t of tb genersl conference j; ',,lii n-iirt le rsised Wore work on the bul'd Ing can commence, and 2T;,o cf this is In sirin. fn the afternron the ofPHa". tab net Ulscuswd th propised apiK'int i iints of psstora. ran CASE BE SURE TO VISIT East Main iim 'KniwiiSEnLEfJEIIT OF IS XSIM.M.TK. OKMIXC A HTKOX IXSTITITIOX. r.rnhnrn Vav. U Tk formal oniiu.on of the commercial xa- ta.l bank ant the Amerlian 'Ex change Bank, of Greensboro, was effected yesterday and at the usual closing hour the Commercial Na tional fastened its doors to open no more. The consolidated bank will occupy the present location of the American En h ante on East Market street The conooiMatloa of the two banka gives Grecnkboro one of the strongest financial inmHutlons in the state. The combined capital Is $400,000 while the total r-wntrces aggregate more than S2,A0,Qvq. R. O. Vaughn, "''president of the American Exchange, becomes presi dent of the consolidated bank, while P. C. Boyles, cashier of the Com mercial National, becomes cashier of the American Exchange. F. 11. Nicholson, of the American Ex rbsnge Dank,' wi!l be assistant cash ier of the consolidated bank. Te End Trlhal Government. McAicater, 0a.,' Nov. 1. -At a me;tlng today of leading1 men of the Cartas? Nation a memmlal waa drawn up asking congress tJ abolish Jielr tribsl gatfrnmcDi, to acll the anrtace of the segregated coal and acphalt lamia and t dtatrimxe the trktal fund. t ,J Kent cant Vn!ert;nst nt. Sergeant Pendt'rgrast waa able to be out today, and he la rapidly re covering from theioperation he. un derwent at Watta Hospital last Sat urday. T Girls have a fry fair understand ing of many thing tilt they get mar- fled and their h mbands revise their knowledge. J Good Hews In Your Mirror Se .Were Pimple, BMrkrs ar lllark. aeads tflrr I'.isg Staart's 1 I aHutn Wafrr. Trial Pai kaite N t.t free e froie It A tt days is Miefltwa tnwrt tt cisre the most -.re caa to clear ;he wsMit c-rop!l-ms. ftuort's Cil- ium Wafer get rigUt at the ewrre of the trriMe )e imyurUJ tn the t!ood. When t.lme prl.ii art re moved, the eif on lite akin is al ainvt itruneJia'e. Hletukbcs of 'all kinds dlaptiar. TbMM! w.md'iful Ihtle wafers emi- rain the most eff-ctiv lilood-tmrlfier hnow.-i tn aiewe caicinm auhAide. Every a nn of i u.rity is urlK-u from yinr ayaif-m. With v"r vigcriMia blood cowi-Kliig rhrough yir veina In stead of a vitist'-d fluid, your whole txidy feeia renovated, ymir f(ce be- ennea a pure as a My. No matter wlut ymr tronl.Je may te-plmples, tla.klwaJs, Jlrer-epots, rs.h. b;lrt, muddy cwrplexlmi. tetter ir erxema, you nay anwHufely deie-hd tcn Rtnrt's .Calcinm Wafeis. Th y bie cured thouvuiiU of esses worse rhan ymrre. There'a rot a M of sense In gilug tid wttk a fe , Mni.h .J thai rwi ynu re afrsld to hire yfur frnds !'ik It. Take ftuart'e tV.cium Wsfert every day far iH'le while and yrm'U be attonlxhed at the change your mlmr will nftow yw. fend your name and address in full o.!ay to tne T. A. Ktjurt C, US 4nttt lil lg., li units II. Mich., ws Tan a-nd ymi a trial pecksge tf Stu rt'a Cak Ium Wsfeis. free, try or yeitself. Tb"s after yi have irmed their alie, yM rsin get a 'It-elxed t-w kate foi , cvttis It; sny iVnia! store, , St, i . L - . - . - state CJtidxls Ketsri Irta Cost OPED FOR neree Coxrl Apftirtxec -tboriicd or femtnted ty th laws of ' ' '' the United gtstee of America. ' t . . ; -Second To incresiae or reduw the Kaleigh, Nov. 1. -Rfturnlng from ! M - . . - . . nranufacture. making transportation, Washington after appearing fcrfore' . . . iSale. or pnichase of merchandise pro- the new corometee court In the Nor- dur. or ..midHiea, to prevent com- foik Western rate cas Invomng redood rat s for Wlnatou-Salcm and Durham, hali.r.ii Franklin Mc'AVIll, secretary A. J. Mixwell. of ae cor poraiion ccn.mLjloa, and Attorney General JJcketl are .very hopeful of a aveed set:re:nent W the legal fiKbt In which the Norflk A Wewt.vn. Ue Southern, tae Seaboard, the A i Untie Coj t Una are making a turd Dght against the Notth Carolina oinmla (ka O have the old hfga freight rafa restored. The fart that the commerce court wsa created to faciiltate the dispo- j sUion of ajik-als from the Interstate commerce evnmi U.n gives asauran ce tjat ttere will im no long tie-op In tje announcement of a final rul ing by te commetce court' in the bearing the Norfolk A Wtat ern slnrw-d that Uased on Ka twal neaa for &pimir lilt the sm.usl Troight tonsgs for 1)11 will be OOo.ihio pounds while the tomige for 1'JID tbaaed on &-pteniber 1S10 waa only 44,OOu,mo potmda. At the same time th 8ou;hera and Beabosrd Air Line allowed some falling off in buvinesa, tte contention of the ao pHanta on tbiss ahowing being ttmt the reduced rats on the Norfolk A Weym la much t the detrlmeni of the ti:cr toads. However, there Is the counter con tention that additional businesa that the 8oohern and fteebosrd enjoy et increaeed frHglit fjr dts'r lout Kin ittrough the locue4 Norfolk A W-tem routing that coiiipenaated the difference. Futthrmore tt is con tended by the Carolina commhmifjn Uat the f mthwn can well afnd U put on rhe compciisive ratea not only t Wi'nt )n-Jem and Durham, but to Greensboro snd other jxiitila. TQILL P T 111 I II ILl N I nAl I 111 I L U Ur HDAIiI ISIS aw srasswssr wb-w; KRKH.HT U'HW'K Kl.lWft MtHHAI'. OS THE HOITIIEKV. Greensboro, Nov. I( Tralle over the main line of the Southern rail war teas again demoralized Tuesday night and yesterday by a derailment of ten freight cars between Dry Fork and Chatham and It required 14 hours bard labor of 2"0 men, aa sited by two monster derricks, to clear the tracks sufficiently for the long ( delayed passenger trains to pasa. The derailment, coming on the heels of the wreck of the fast limited Pullman has completely tied up the freight buslneea of the road " t demoralised he pansetger werjrlce. The wreck of No. 87 raue- ed stoppage of wheels for ten hours and ihe engines hsd hardly begun ti pntf before the freight de railment put all bak on sidings, yesterday more than score 'jorthlwund freight rains sloed with desd engine cm siding between bete and Dsnvllie, while It was .said an equal number with pilots pointing ontbwsrd were on the other side of the wrck. Psssengcr trains due hers Tuesday afternoon did not jna until after o'clock y-sierday morn- UK. ... .. isnfn rn, '"t Ham w propertr and moving freight and rmrne un win (pi m i-.inu pe, of enTKra fre l I'nll.rit Itrna - III . . . . . t , .. t (laiMBMir r-ai eve. - RADICAL CHANGE I IN "TRUST LAW . (Continued from Pa. One.) i an? or all of the followiuf purpw: i "Flrrt T cri or carry out re latricikirM In trade or commerce or to comm-ir. or to create or . . i ..1 ... i . Hit ,cmrr' "JV x,. r free pursuit of any -tusinie au p-tMl m In aids t eouimerce. "Fonnn To fix at any standard or figu-ea, whereby Its prVes to the pub lic fchall be In any toanner control ied or ewtablbbed. any article or com modity of merchaadiae, firoditce or commerce. Intended for aale, use or coneufoprioa in the I'nited Siatea of America. . "Fifth -To make, or enter Into, or execute, or carry out any contract, obligation or agreement of any kind or description by whlrn they aball bind, or believe bitmd. tnemsetrea not to sell, dispose of, or transport any r0r. ewnmoaity. or artle of trade, ise, wrcnimliee. onwnerce or coneumiiilutt below a common stand ard figure, or by whtab'tbey ahall agree ia any msnner to keep the prire it aucb article. conuodHy. or trans portation at a fixed or graded figure, or by wtlch they ahall In any manner ewteblbrh or settle (be price cf any aittcle or commodiy, or transporta tion oetweMi them, or fbentx elves and otheta to trreclude a free and n re stricted competition among thent aeltea or others In the aale or trans portation of any sj-o article or com tnod'.ty, or fcy which they h!l agree to fiool, cambme, or unite any lnteret they may have in connection wi n the aale or tniwrp:rtfkro or any u b article or commodity that Ha price might In any manner oe effected. Every person wna ahall make any ark contract or agreement or know ingly enter into or execute mmh con- spiraly. or c mriiln; tVm ahall !je dem ed guilty of a P-Umf and on convic. tVm tiere,pf. shall te Imprisoned In tne tietiHentlary for a term of not "sm thaa two years, nor more than ten years." Jtettlona two aiid three of th Wer- m'n act providing against nxmopoli tSullotl e eofrmlrae tn tulinlni nf l,h,n I n''4 0f " . foreign natrma are amended w In t ci'ie me penitentiary puninnment for Itlolatl m inatesd of the present pro. visions for a fine of 5,0o or "Im i UrtAOnment not esceedine The added sect ton are as fol'owa: ReriHn "AM arta and parte of acta Incoiuletent with thia act are tiereby meaM; txtt this act ahall not affect rights, pending suit pro ceedings, and tiaM'ltles "hMl arose, accrudV. or were bee on nnder any previous laws, or actiona. or proceed Ings. aa provided for cf prerwl acts." Section loThat nothing la aald act Is Intended, nor ahall any wovl- akn tneretif hereafter 4e enforced, so aa to apply to mnrtera of orrsnlaa tfcma or sesorutlotis ooi fr nnfii and l:tirt cai.ltat. or to agricnKtir. al pr iduda. or llveatock. la the hands or the producer or fnlsrs." Demwratlc ,dni will ennfer on the bill as soon as the member semble late this month, and It la tbetr purpose to make the bill one of the foremost on the eglsiv program iwr i- rejuiar aewston. Xegro Fined ur Healing Wife. Jim Hsye. ws tried In th record era court ibis morning on three rnsrxes nr wife beating. Jm as saulted hfS SliOliae I lee U.l u... day afternoon and once Tue.,u. ,..r..inj siier ne hsd been arrested ior ine nrst two offence Ha was fined IIS and the costs in each of . 1 . . . ATm yon IucrT If ton era ..II I.I lllt...l t..- .. . Br' rr 1 . j g Store with an ambition ' to give you-values in keeping up with the times llouae of Jooet, Jonts painted sia house iant yrar. It looks dull. desd. no life to it Smith painted his bouse Id ;'ais It looks lea?, nice, and an t ncd repainting, because be ved L A it. Paint, and added three quarts of oil to each gallon. The Oil gave life and preserved It, Besides add'ng tht Oil reduced Its cost 40 cents a gallon !ess tana other .Inl. Thlrty-f years use la N. A. and , 8. A. Our ageata arc: W. A. Mabry Write postal for "Money JUver Price List No. it." Loagtnsa A Martinez, P. O. Box U7. New Tork. Pollard fires, are having the greatest aale of Ranges ever held la the city. Call at their store any day this week and gel souvenir free. I S-tf CHICHESTER S PILLS WSV 1(MISollk, ,,11 lMt ll .4 M 4.-4 -V It, eel M m. SJ I Tee Mk. a- eC ti pr. .- TM TVS esarw e liilii e IkkriM The one way to be sure o a per-rect-tttbng suit is to kstre it niaJe to your mraHva by a good mrrcKrnt taJor the one way to be sure of duraUa doth and excknuVe pattcrat to select Staclamaxon FsLriu. Wt Kav then, may we mca. lira aoa today Im jmu new suit 1 1 Cto Is A Boostra At.WAVH HEADY TO Plll: tlEtlt'N EMt lRl. Talks It Among Ills lrt.a.1. asd Alm Writes m letter nreit Itia thm's Cimgh. Mr, John D. ttesr. f.mton. Vs. Dear Sir; The wleitr of ln fpy son Wllmet took a deep cold. H e'' tied on hla breast and he ass so bosrse he could acarcely talk. tried different kinds of cmij.h meCl cine, but nothing did any """ Some pet sr. a told sne to go J"" Rear's and get a bottle f Hears Emulsion. Afier the first dne r two It gave reiier. I never a " thing act so quickly. In a f" i1 he wsa ail right. I don't lii 11 ran. be best for the lungs and system. Ton hsve the privilege ' using my nsme to this rcnnui;eds. Hon for the good nf others. Yours very truly, B. B. CofftKStt Now la the time tn lr ,(",', Emiilslon. If yon have not a '"', aha It anyway, as It builds t J"'"' system and yon will b mr sm to stand epoure. One dollar a tie r six for five dollars. P"' B" recommended by Msia Street B wocy, Vew aw rav e -1.