(Will Spend Wcck Participating
in Conference Called
IRVINE TALKS ON PRIMARY
Southwest Democrat Says His
Section Is Against It.
Governor Swnnson spont nn excop
tlonnllv busy clay in hls offlce clonning
up of!_al matters on hls desk, wlth
ii vlew to .spendlng tho romalnder uf
tho weok in Washlngton, where ho will
go [thls morning to narllcipate ln the
Coriferenco of State Bxecutlves called
by thc Presldent wlth reference to the
preeervatlon of thn muterial resources
cf tito Unlted Bt-tea Hc wlll dlno at
the: AVhlte Housi- thi.s ovenlng. und
will remaln throughout the conference
whlch will begln at the new Wllhird
t'o-mbrrbw morning, and last untll Fri
The' Govornor n.\pects to return to
jllchhiond on saturday. Hc recelved .1
large number of dlstlngulshed eallers
yesterday, among thom being former
Govornor .1. llogo Tyler, of Radford;
former Senator lt. P. Bruce, of Wlse,
and .llon. R. Tato Irvlno. of Wlse,
Major Tyler came to the clty to at
I tend thc funeral of Mrs. H. M. Tyler
| on .Saturday, ond Mr. Bruce was 011
1 liis wny lo Newport News to look af
I ter somo huslness matters.
Mr. Irvlno ls hero to tako Mrs.
LjrvllTO home. She has boen ln the city
ifor somo days wlth her mother.
VvTTcii asked about thc pulltlcal slt
i._atlun in hls end pf thc Stale, Mr. Ir
vino sald that his peoplo nre nearly all
agalnst tho prosont primary system,
and that he expected the matter to
provoko a sharp flght in the Roanoke
convention. In speaklng ot thc oloe
| tlon of nelegates at largo to tho Den?
ver Convention. Mr. Irvine said thnt, of
t-our^c, he would appreclato the honor
of belng one of the blg four, but un?
der no clrcumstances would ho oppose
thc asplrntlons of his good frlend, Gov?
Prnlse for the <iovernor.
Govornor Swanson has recelved the
following resolutlon passed at thc
closing session of the Natlonal Con
jferdnce of the .Society' of .St. Vincent
-'F.eeolved, hy tho' Nntlonnl Canfer
enc 0 of tho Society of St. Vincent dc
Paul. ..asseinhled in Ihe cltv of Rlch?
mond; Vn., That we tender to Hon.
Claude A. Swanson, Governor of Vlr?
ginia. our most heartfelt thanks for his
warm Southern welcome. and lo tha
peoplo of Virginia our congratulations
that they havo in tholr Governor a
v.nrtiiy successor to the long llno' of
thls lllusfrlous predecessors in that
honorablo offlce. v
"Hls spee.-h of welcomo made it
cloar to all lhat ho comhlncs, ln a rc
markable degree tho best character
istlcs of the Chrlstian; gentleman, the
patrlot. the statesman, thc scholar and
"Ee It further resolved. That the
secr'ctpry lommunicate with His Ex
ccllency Ihe Governor. sendlng him u
copy of thls resolutlon."
Brlcf Cnplttil Notes.
Members of tbo Corporation Commis?
sion held an informal conference wlth
officials of the Southern, Atlantic Coast
Llne and Seaboard Alr Llne Railroads
yesterday, wlth reference to connec
tions -with the Virginlan Railway Com?
They wlll confer to-day with officials
vof the express companies doing busl
nesq in Vlrginia, with reference to tho
|'?lvislo,i of certaln rates.
/ Senate. Clerk M. II. Hooker, of Hall
\i;:\. is in the clty on ofllcial huslness.
Land was nt his ofllce In tho Capltol
f Gn'vernor .Swnnson yesterday honorod
va requlsitlon from tho Governor of
INorth Carolina for George McCormlck
i and C. A. Beasley, who are now' ln
Wall ai Lynchburg. and who are wanted
rln Xorth Carolina on the charge of
j-ticlng fugitlves from Justice.
The Governor pardonod Wllliam
RThompson, of Wlse county, who was
Veonvlcted of maltclous cuttlng and sen
Wencod to ono year in jail.
!' Charles IL Consolvo, of Norfolk. has
ifbeen i oiTunl'AsionriJ.. captain and nuar
b-termasiei-'''ii ilie/Seventy-first Infantry,
1 Tho Secretary 'of the Commonwealth
Iis issuing automobile llcenses, and so
j_ar 1.527 havo been nppliod for.
Labor Commlssloner James R. Do
j herty was able to he at hls desk yes
I terday. having heen conflned to hls
Vhome by sickness for several days.
f Mr. Lawrence Berry. of Page, tbo new
L clerk Jn tbe Department of Agrlcul
1'turo, has reported for duty.
\ MOXUMEXT AT WELDON.
,Coruer-Stone ?f thc Mi'nmrlnl Lnlcl
Wlth lmi?licM?lvc Ccrembnles.
[Srieeinl to The Tlnifs-DiepiUuh.l
WELDON, N. C. May ll.?A pevfei
jMay day, wlth brlgli't suiishtno and
dellghtful temperature marked thc
:ccremoriies of the laylng of Ihe corner?
stone here this afternoon of ihe Con?
federate monument lo the soldiers and
eallors of Hallfax and Northampton
counties. Tho parade was un imposlng
pagcunt which started promptly at :;
o'clock. headed by Major R. T. Daniel,
chlef marshal. Then followed car
f riages 111 whlch were prominent cil -
Jzens and these were followed by Con?
federate veteran organlzatlons; Cora
There's Nothing Quite
so Good as the
.They come lined with plain
metal linings, solid glass linings
and white enamel linings and
the prices run from
$6.50 to $385 each.
Chas. G. Jurgens^ Son,
Rlght ln the centre nf th" Furni?
ture dlstrlet, nt tlio corner of
Adams and Broad
REPORTS A FINE
A llne exnmple of n recovery ln r
rn?r i,f kldney illsoasn thni. wns sup
posocl io be iiirurnbie Ih reported fron
Sacratnento. Mr. i. t, Qlbson, ot 621
Ninth Stroet, Sncrnmeiiio, wus lu Octo
ber lnst ln n loenl hospltnl ln the cnpl
mi clty, swollen with the dropsy thm
often nttenilH the serlous i nnd sup
posed Itu-uralile forms. As In usual li
tlieso cases, tho hospltnl Ireatmeiit goi
no results, when hn wns ndviscd lo tr)
FtlllOh'fl Rennl CompdUnfl b.v n frleiu
(Chnrles A. Newtnn, tho ynrdmnnter ol
tlie S. P. R. R. Co., nt Sucrnmento, wiu
hnd hfrnselC been cured by the treat
ment;. Dropsy began to subslde, nm)
thev rennl lnflninmntlon grndunll*.
abatcd, aml Glhson is now back to hls
employment wlth the S. P. B. R. Co.
nfter recoverlrig from a disease thal
is rated as Incurable tlie world over.
In n letter he has Just wrltten hc
statos: **1 believe It hns snverl my llfe.
lt Is the grentost remedy for kldney
disease on earth."
No matter whether cnlled "kldney
trouble." "iiephrltls" or "BrisJit's dis?
ease," the renl dlflloultv ls INFLAM
MATION OF TIIE KIDNEYS. Fulton's
Rennl Compound Is the flrst emolllent
for Inllamed kidneys tbat the world
hns evor seen. Send for llterature;
JOHN .1. FULTON CO.,
Owens & Minor Drug Co. nre our
solo local agents. Ask for Bimonthly
Bulletln of late reroverlcs.
pany K, Weldon Light Infnntry, graded
school chlldren nnd citizens nt lnrge.
Hon. Thomns XV. Mnson, of North?
ampton county, dellvered the oration,
a suporb nddress. in whlch he told of
tlie bravery of tlio Southern soldlers
nnd the sacrlflces nnd devotlon of thc
womanhood of tho Southland.
This buildlng of thls monument was
a ln hor of love undertaken by the
.lunius Daniel Chapter of thc Unlted
Daughters of the Confederacy, of
whicli Mrs. XV. H. S. Burgwyn ls pres?
ldent. In the Ilrst carriago to-day rode
Mrs. .lunius Daniel. wldow of the brave
and jrallant General .lunius Daniel, who
toll ?t Spotsylvania Courthouse in 1863,
and In whose honor the Weldon chap?
ter of tho Daughtors is named,
A beautlful feature of the occaslon
was tho patriotlc songs by thc children
of thc public schools.
WOMAX AGAINST TEMPERANCE.
Crowd Gnlliered io Hear Hor I.enves In
Illscusl nml F.Ktsn Aro Thrown.
"SALISBURY. N. C. Mny IL?Thn
list antiprohlhltlon speecli of the cam
inlgn ln North Cnrollna was mado on
the streets ln Sallsbury yesterday by
Urs. Isobull Rice, of New York. She
;poke to several (hundred people
igainst prohlbition, declarlng lt to be
v fnilure tn other States.
Many who henrd her went away in
llsgust. A cllmnx was reached when
mknown ptrsons poppcrcd tho crowd
LIP TORN NEARLY OFF
iVllllnin lllll .lumps From One Cnr nnd Is
Knocked -InsenMble by Another.1
?Whilo attempttng to crosn tho track nt
Monroe nnd Clay Streets yesterday evoiilni;
IVUllnm Hlll. of No. 608 We-t Bnker Stroot,
,vns stitiolc hy a car Rolns In Iho dlreetlon
>pposlte to tiiut oC tho car from whloh ho
??nd Just allghted, .and ivas knocked Insen
tlble. He was attended by Dr. Woodson,
if tho city nmbnlance, who found that hls
ipp*-r llp ha,i heen nearly torn off. Tlio
wound was scwei] up. and lllll was tnken
irme ln tho iimhulance.
CORNERSTONE OF AMERICAN BUREAU OF REPUBLICS BUILDING LAID
ALL OUR NUTIDNS
f Contlnued From First I'age.)
arbitrnlion, anel I also .belleve ln keep?
lng in .such trlm that it shall he a
tem'ptatlon to nobody to wrong us. Thls
Is an Interlude, In that admlrable
speech of Secretary Rqot's to whlch
you have just llstened, there was one
sentence I wlsh wo could see engraved
on thls buildlng: 'Tbe mnlters ln dls
pnte between nations aro nothing; the
.splrlt which deals with them is every
tiilng.' Whatever disputcs we have
wlth nnoiher natlon X hope our people
wlll always approaen them wlth tho
honest dealro to como to a peaceablo
settlemeni. And moreover, 1 hope our
people will remember not only tho
sentence 'hat f. have just t|itoted, bul
the one that wont before: 'There are
no.-International controversles so se?
rious tluit they cannot he set tled peace
ab'ly if hoth pnrtlos deslre .setlleinenl:
while thero. ure few causes of dls
pute so trlflfhg that they cannot be
made the occaslon of war If elther par
ty.-really desires war." lf we bulld up
Ihe American fleet as wo must bulld
il up, tho othor party will not 'really
deslre war.' My advocacy of peace is
hoth sincere and ratlonal; and thcre
foro I belleve ln doing nll we ean to
secure it, hoth by doing no wrong our
selves, and by keeplng ln sucli a state
of preparedness that we shall nol bo
exposed to belng wrohged by others."
liianl.s for rourtvNleiv
1 wish to ihaiik tbe rulers and iho
peoples of South America und of Mexlco
! for the generous and courloous hospl
Italilv whlch has.heen shown thls (leot
on overy posslble occaslon through
out the trlp,
speak of un
vlsli certaln othor nations. Mr. Root
made tho complete tour of Smith
Amorlca. traversed Central America.
and afterwards vlslted Moxleo. He was
everywhere recelved wlth tho heartl
est groetlng, a greeting whlch deeply
touched our people, and I wlsh to say
once moro how approctatlvo we aro of
tho reception tendered hlm.
llls voyage was unlquo ln character
nnd iti value. It ' was vmdortnkon
mly pecause we citizens nf thls rc
publio reeogritsfO that our intorests
nre moro closely Intert wlnod- with the
Interests of tho other peoples of this
pOntlnent thnn wlth thoso of any othor
nations. I boll eve thnt hlstory will say
thut though wo- have had othor groat
JLSeci-fitariea ol ?ita.Vs*. Vtfi h.w.c had nojic
If Hanson Had Gone on Vaca
tion Would Now Bc
WAS CAUGHT BY INSPECTORS
Waiycs Freliminary Hcaring. and
Js Jiailed for Appearance
Charged wlth taking letters con
tnlnlng money from tho Unlted Stntes
mall, David C. Hanson, a clerk In tlie
Rlclimond- t'osl-Olllco, wns arrested by
Inspectors Barcluy nnd Robertson
shortly after 4 o'clock on Sundny af?
ternoon, nntl wns hnllcd yesterday ln
the sum of $1,000 for hla appearance
before the Federal grnnd Jury nt tho
June term of the District Courl.
Hanson,- who m a hiarried mun wlth
two littlo children, rcsldcs In Falr
mount, nnd ls about t wenty-sevnn
yenrs of nge. He ls well eonneeted, and
has heen In the mnll sorvice for nbout
seven yenrs, havlng been trunsferro.l
hero from the Fredericksburg ofllce
under tlie administratlon of fornipr
Postmaster WYay T, Knlght. He mar?
rled Miss Bowe. ot Fredericksburg, uml
shortly thorenftor removed to Ihls ciiy
nnd took n"*positlon In the malltng de
pnitmont of the local olllce.
Tho young man, who seemed abso?
lutely criislied, wnlved examlnutlon be?
fore Commissioner Brudy, who sent
hlm on. to the grnnd Jury.
rn thc tie L'iimc.
The clrcumstnnces of the arrest have
n number of pnthetlc features, one be?
ing thnt Hanson ls ln extremely dell?
cate health. another, that but for the
fact that he was on duty when it was
not liis day to work, the temptatlon
would not hnve fallen In lils way, und
ho would now be u free mnn. He hnd
beon granted his vacatlon by thn post?
master, bogiunlng Saturday nlght, and
was preparing to rest for a week or
But as the clerical force ln lils de?
partment was short. hc wns asked tu
work on Sunday antl' let hls vacatlon
begln yesterday. ?
Hc compiled with tho request of
Siiperintendent Fltzgerald, andj In tho
course of hls work was seen hy the
Inspectors who were on the watch to
remove tiyo spoclal dellvery letters
from n pouch thnt had just arrlved in
When hc finished hls work nnd was
nbout to leave for hls home, Hanson
was arrested on the front steps of thc
Federal buildlng, whilo hundreds of
people were present cnll Ing- for thelr.
Sunday mall. He was at once turned
over to Deputy Marshal John Murphy
upon n wnrrant sworn out bythc In
'spectors, ancl waa dctalncd in Mr.
Murphy's custody untll yesterday,
when iie was rolcascd on ball by tho
Both' letters found' on Ilanson's per?
son containcd money. Ono was ad?
dressed to Mrs. Junlus'Little, Bethel.
greater than Elihu Root; and that
though ln hls high office he has done
much for the good of his natlon and
of inankind, yet that hls greatest
achiovement has been . tho success
whlcli has come as tho result of hls
devoted labor to bring closer together
all the republics of the New World,
and tu unite them ln the effort to work
vallantly for our common bottermont,
for the mnterlal and moral welfare of
all who dwell in the Western licml
The address of the Rrazlllan Am?
bassador was brief, but vory appro
prlato. Mr. Nabuco sald:
You havo spokon, Mr. Presldent, ot
the other Stntes of Ihls Contlnont in
a manner that shall cause Intense sat?
lsfactlon among thom. nnd for whlch
thoy certalnly wlll feel greatly in
dehled to you and to your country.
Only when future enmos to each of
them and they will ho ablo to develop,
as thls nailoii, thelr own portlons of
tho Columbus estato, wlll tho world
roalize llio Ki-eatness of our ciininiiin
inlieillanie. May your happy augiirics
uiei't wlth your usual good fortune!
lieshles those frlendly feollngs. your
addross sl ows ivoll enough the ruler
of a peoplo that never allOWS a dlf?
ference In lts trontment of powerful
aml nf weak nations.
We wero glad to ncclniin tho hlgh
I'laise you. heslowed on your great
Siicretary of Stato, while confmiing
to him tho luucga lnsi_ius lu ihia day
Wise Talks by
the Office Boy
When dbctors dlsagree they usurilly
call lt heart failure. I came near hav?
lng heart failure the othor day when
I saw Katlo walking down Maln Street
wlth a guy that works ln a bowllng
ulley. I hadn't seen the girl for a
week. T gue.ss I'll have to play closer
to flrst horeaftor. Love ls a strange
thlng, nfter all. I asked our head
clothing man hls deflnltlon of "love,"
and he said It wls an itching around
tlie henrt',- where you coiildn't get ut
It to scrateh. Well, slr, everythlng
comes to hlm who doesn't slt around
to walt. I'm learnlng to walt on peo?
ple In our hat department, and I no?
tlco that can't he done from a rc
volvlng chain When some men buy
a hat they don't want much attentlon.
They slmply come in. pick out thelr
size, take a quick look In the blg
mirror, throw down the change nnd
walk out. That's a rosn.lt of havlng
a good hat reputatlon. Thoy don't ask
you whether our spring hats are cor
rect in style, or whether they aro
mado of selected fur and wlll wear likoi
Rusula leather. Not a word. Just
"Me for a new lhV* then try on. then
1 to <1 plunks, just as their pocketbook
^>_1N? IAIJ3 STRC-T0
N. C, and hnd ln it a ?."i blll, thc other
was going to a lady ln Loulsa county.
In the latter were found three $1 sll?
For several weeks letters have been
missing ' from the post-offlce from
time to tlme, nnd the inspoctors flnal?
ly declded that the. trouble was iti
tho malllng dlvlslon. Aecoi'dingly
they decided to watch that department
Hanson wns popular wlth hls asso
ciates and with tho officials, and Post?
master Cabell was deeply touched when
developnients led to hls arrest upon
so serious a charge. Up to last niglit
Hanson had not employed counsel, but
ho will, of course, do so before the
date ot hls trlal In conrt.
Not Decoy Letter*.
Thc inspoctors liad no trouble what
of hls triumph. Hls vlsit to South
and Central Amorica was one ot thoso
Insplratlons that characterlzo tho
statesman who wlll live ln tbe hearts
of many peoples. By tho loftlness of
lils ideals, hls fairness, hls broad sym
pathles, iUs uhillty to weigh tho lm
ppnderables pf Internatlonal senslblllty,
he won the hearts of nll our natlons.
Thoy shnll ovor keep his lmage as a
frlendly hostage of peace and good
wlll from thls grent republlc.
You enn well afford to be gener?
ous, Mr. Pn-sldont. No Presldent of
the Unitod Stntes wlll leavo in tho
hlstory of Paii-Amerlcanlsm a dooper
mark than tho ono you aro cuttlng
from ocean to ocean, to change the
sea routes of the world so as to brlng
nearer togethor the peoples ancl cities
on tho two fronts of our continont.
JllllIN iu TIlUllkN.
AVo beg to joln our thanks to those
of tho Presldent of tho Unitod States
to our munltlcent donator. In selcct
Ing this citv for tho pormnnent seat
of our unlon, the Lutiti ropublln of
Amerlca have shown ln the most strlk
liiH way thelr prlclo In the natlon Ihdl
hns beon tho loudor of our contlnent,
nml whlch mado it one of the leaders
ol' eiYillz.v.inM. Mr. Androw Carnegle
recollocted thnt his country, while our
ussoclato, |s also our host, and that
novor lms u hlgher iributo than ours
boeri pnhi te the Amerlcuu democracy,
whlch he hns so much ondonrod to our
lil'Osent gonuratlons. Ilo must, also,
jhavu been niovcd by tlie tbou_tht whlch
over ln flxlng Ihe. robbery on Hanson,
nnd thoy dld not cven Hnd It necessary
tu usn.cleeoy loltors. Thosn liikon were
pnsslng tlirough In tho regular courso
of the mall, und camo Into tho local
post-ofllce ou a Northorn traln, to bo
ti'iinsferrotl nntl sent nn to tholr des
TlKi nrrest cnusod n profound sonsn
tlon .U'outid the Federal hulldlng, for]
If the young mnn! hnd ovor hoen mis
pecloil of wrnngdoltig R wns only hy
Iho InHpc-etors who were nt work on
Daily Court Record
rnKoil Slnlos Clreiill Cmirt nf Appenls.
The Unlted Stntes Clrcult Court of
Appeals recotivened yesterday morning
nt 10 o'clock, wlt'j Clrcult Judgo
Prltchard presldlng nnd DIstrict Judgo
Waddlll and Boyd sittlng.
Tho following case was nrgued:
.1. S. Olllcsple, appellant, vs. Pocn
honlas Coal and Coke Company. np
pollee; on appeal from tho Clrcult
Court ut Bluefleld, XV. Vn. Cause ar?
gued by .1. W. Chapman and A. P.
C-lllesple, of Tazewell. Va., for tho ap?
pellant. nnd hy A. XV. Reynolds, of
Prlnceton, XV. Va., tor thc nppellce,
NoiToIk nnd Western Railway Com?
pany, plnlntllf In error, vs. S. P. Keed,
defendant In error; ln error to the Clr?
cult Court at Churleston. W. Va. Cnuso
argued by .lohn il. Holt. of Huntltig
lon, W. Vn., for thc plaintlff In error,
nnd by Joseph II. Gaines, of Charles?
ton, XX'. Va., for the defendant in
orror, and submltted.
Joseph M. Sanders nnd Harold A.
Rllz, of Bluefleld, W. Vu? and Upshur
Hlgglnbotham. of Charleston, W. Va.,
were ndmltted to practlee In thls
Court adjourned untll thls morning
at 10 o'clock.
The following cases are ln the call
No. 702. Unltod States of America.
plaintlff ln error, vs. S. Dnvlcs "War?
fleld: tho Fldellty and Deposit Com?
pnny. and Edwlii Warfleld. defendant
ln error: in error to thc Clrcult Court
at Baltlmore, Md. To he argued ^y
John C. Rose, Unlted States attorney.
of Baltlmore. Md.. for the plaintlff ln
error, and by N. P. Bond, of Raltlmoro,
Md., for the defendants In error.
No. 793. Unlted Stntes of America,
plaintlff ln orror, vs. S. D. Warfleld.
Henry A. Parr, Fldellty nnd Deposit
Company, and Edwln Warfleld, de
fendants In orror; ln error to the Clr?
cult Court at Baltlmore, Md. To bo
argued by .lohn C. Rose, Unltod States
Attorney, of Baltlmore, Md., for the
plaintlff in orror. and- by' N. P. Bond.
of Baltlmore, Md., for the defendants
John Owens and Dtnah Lacy, charg?
ed wlth selllng cocalno: former glvon
two years on tho public roads and lat?
Case of Win. Jackson, colored, charg?
ed with criminal assault. set for to
dny, nnd speclnl jury drawn to hear
Judge W. I. Clopton wlll slt for .Tudge
Wltt to-day; the latter belng at the
bodslde of lils half-brothor, Mr. Jack
Temple, --lio Is extremely 111 at hls
homo in Henrico county.
Lnw nnd Equlty Court.
The May term convened at 11 o'clock
and all cases on docket called and scb
for bearing. Cases wero set as far
ahead as October 15th, whlch wlll bc
in tho next lerm.
Suits of E. H. Kabler vs. Southwest
DIKECTOIt JOHN 11AURETT.
tions; that of contrlbutlng long aftei
hls own time to the cause of peace
He rlghtly believes that peaco is unl
versal charlty. Ours Indeod is a unlor
oxclusivoly for peaco, and it only shlnes
outsido tho Amerlcan orblt to show
that this continent can nlroady bo call?
ed the Henilsphere of Peace.
Gentlemen, tliero has never been ?
parallel for the sight whlch this cere?
mony presents?thut of twenty-ono na?
tlons, of ilil'ferent langungos, ?buildlng
together a houso for tholr common de
llborations. The moro strlklng is thc
scene as theso countrlos, wlth all pos
siblo dlfferences bet-rcon them in slac
and populatlon, havo establlshed theli
unlon on thc basls of tlio most abso?
lute eqiuillly. Here tho voto of thc
sinallest bnluncos the vote of tbo great?
est, So many sovereign Statos woulc
not liavo beon drawn so spontaneousl>
together if thero dld not oxlst through?
out thom, at Iho bottom or at the toj
of each natlonal consclonce, tlio feel?
lng of a destlny common to all Amer
icn. lt joems, indeod, that a tl'ocreo oi
Provldence mnde the western shoro o
the Atlantlc. appear late ln hlstory ni
the chosen land'for n grent renewul o
mnnklnd. From-tho eurly days ot tlu
colonlzatlon the sentiment snviing'-li
tho honrts of all Us children that thli
is really n new world. That ls tlu
sentiment whlch unltos us togotiier ii
Uils ausplcious day. Wo foel wo an
nll sons ot' Columbus, And lf wo moe
hore, it ls because, wo fool also tha
wo all are sons of Washington. In
deed, riging ou tho pkuic oC t[io Pq
No need of, those days when you are
not nt your best. /
Hcadache nnd dullncss aro generally
due to thc bowels,
You know thnt, but you put off the
treatment till night. Thnt is wrong,
for it menns the wasto of a day.
A single Cascaret, taken the ifloment
you nccd it, makes everything right
You will feel in an hour as you hope to
feel the next morning.
You can't use harsh cathartics and
pills in that way.
They irrltnte thc bowels and cause
grlping. The pain isworse than the
But Cascarets never gripe,
em Llfe Insurance Company, nnd
Southern Agency Compnny vs. same,
Judgment rendered In enso of R.
Lovcnsteln & Sons vs. J. N. Wood for
Clly Clrcult Court.
Judgo Scott InmimiI an order author?
lzlng Tll6s, Polndcxter und C. C.
Bnughman, trustoes of Chrlst Epls?
copal Church, to borrow $0,000 on Djc
parlsh und rectory.
Jns. N*. Boyd quallfied ns admlnls
trator of the estato of Mrs. Vlrglnla
K. Boyd. Estate valued nt $12,000.
DISTILLERY IS CAPTURED*
Cnptnrc Mnile In AVIIko* Counly nnd
[Specinl to The Tlmes-Dlipatcb.]
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C, May IL??
Revenuo, ofllcers to-day captured a 125
gnllon copper Illlclt distlllery ln Wllkes
county nnd arrosted Charles and Rlch?
ard Speaks, father and son, supposed
owners of the plant. The father ls
nllcgcd. to be an old "moonshlner."
Spoaks ancl hls son nre In Jail ln do?
fault of ball.
Ofllcers say vory llttle hlockadtng ls
golng on now ln the mountain eoun?
tles, but that mountnlnccrs are jilnn
nlng to make vast ciuantltlos of npple
nnd peach brandy, ln view of the gen?
eral bellef that prohibltlon wlll carry
(.llnui Council nf the Ciimllun-i to .lleet
In Ashevllle Frldny.
[Specinl to The Tlmoa-Ui-p-itch.]
ASHEVILLE, N. C May 11.?Much in?
terest attaches to the annual conven?
tlon of tho Crand Council of the Caro
llnns. United Commerclal Travelers.
whicli wlll he hold in thls clty Frlday
nnd Saturday next. May 15th and 16th,
nt wliich a lnrge number of delegates
are expeeted to bo present from both
North nnd South Carolina. A lnrge
numb-I* of lndies, wlves and relatlves
of the delegates. wlll also be prosent
and p.irtPlpate ln the soclal functions,
which wlll be. a feature of the meet?
lng. The local commlttee have com
tomac, in the sight of tho Capltol, the
now house of tbe Amorlcan republic;
is another monument to tho founder jI
modern llberty. That ono is hls na?
tlonal. thls hls contlnental. memorlal
Gentlemen, on hearing stlll the bless
Ings of God so fervently Invoked upor
this union by His Uminence Cardina
Glbbons. our one hope ls that our mu?
tual pledges .wlll grow ever and ovoi
stronger, co tliat we all come to fee
the wholo insplrntlon of uur undis
The Imposlng international buildlng
wlll stand on an attractlve slte, cover?
lng about ilve acres to the south, anil
ln close proxlmity to the Whlte House
the State, War and Navy Department
Buildlng, the Corcoran Art Gallery, an.
that of the Daughters of the Amerlcai
Revolutlon. lt Is also near tho Wash?
lngton Monument. The dlmensions ol
the buildlng wlll be approxlmately 161
by 1G0 feet, ita main portlon standlng
two stories above a high studdod base.
ment. ond belng In turn surmounted bj
dignllied balustrades. The rear portlon
ln order to cover a capaclous assemblj
hall, wlll rlse still higher.
The goneral archltecture will sug
gest Latln-Ameritan treatment out o
respect to tho fact that twenty of th
twenty-,0110 republics are of Latln orlgln
at the same tlme possessing such rnoiiu
mental cjiaracterlstic as wlll make 1
harmonlze wlth the general scheme fo
tho improvement of Washlngton. 1
wlll bo constructed throughout 0
steel and eonorete, wlth tho effect q
a Spanlsh stucco nnlsh and wlth whR
marble steps, foundatlons and trlm
mlngs. A large readlng room will b
a feature, where can be seen all th
South as well as Nortii Amcriean pub
llcutlons, besldes Important historlca
data. A hoautlful assembly cliamboi
that for present purposes may bo calle.
tho "Hall of the American Ambassa
dors," wlll provlde tho only room 0
its kind in the United States especiall.
dcslgned for International conventloni
recoptions to distingulshed forelgnor
and for dlplomatlc and social events 0
a klndrod nature.
Tho bureau ls strictly an Intorna
tlonal and Independent organization
maintaliied by the Joint contributlon!
based on population, of the twcnty-011
American governments. ,
Nearly 51. 000,000 wlll be spent li
construction and fltting up the bulld
Ing, of whlch Androw Carnegle con
trlbuted $750,000. lt wlll bo unlquc
not only for AVashlngton, but ln al
the world, servlng as an Snternatlona
headquarters or offlces ln one natiouu
capltal of twonty-ono Aniorlcan ha
tions, tlio noarest approach to lt beim
the now Temple of Peace, now belni
ovecteci at Tlio Haeue.
The Day Looks
Different After a Cascaret
Tens of thousands of people carry our
vest-ppcket box. They tnke n Cas?
caret whcnover the Rkies look Riay.
Ono ten-cent box saves, in this way, six
You will do llkcwise when you try the
plan once, And you'll be glad that
wo told you about it.
Please begin today. ,
Csscartts sre cnndy toblcti, Thty are sold
by all druggists, but never In bulk. Do sure to
Kct the _enulno, wlth CCC on every tablct.
The box li marked llke this:
The vest-pocket box Is lOccnti.
The month-trestment box SO cents.
12,000,000 boxes sold iiiitiuully.
pleted nll arrangements for the entdr*
talntnont of tho vlsltor?.
Following is tho program for tho
Frldny, Mny 15th?Open sosslon,
grand councll, In councll chamber;
prayer by tho Rev. Thomas Smlley;
addross. ot welcomo, Lock,. Cralg; re
sponsei C. C. Taylor: huslness sesslon,
grand councll, at i! P. M.; trolley rlde,
terniinatlng at Overlook Park. whero
luneh wlll bo served and tho delegates
entertalned wlth muslc and other fea?
Saturday. May lGth?Grand councll'
In business session; drlve over Bilt
6 P. M.?Meetlng of grand councll
for Itiltlatory work.
? P. M.?Reception nnd banquet at
Battery Park Hotel.
LONO DISTANCE PHONE 481
R. L. Barnes Safe & Lock Co.
Matiiifm-tiiri i-h uf Illjili-Crtl'lo Mundiinl
Sntea nnd Vaults.
Factories NOi. 1 anel 2 Trlgg Khlp Yards.
OfTlces and Show Rooms.
11-13-15 North Fourteenth Strtet,
Jur Maln Street Branch Store to
311 Enut Ilrond.
CUT-PRICK SALE NOW GOING ON.
Try an Advertisement in
Baltimore and Richmond
$2.00 Per Year, in Advance.
JAMES CANNON. JB., Edltor.
J. SIDNET PETERS, Asaoclate Edltor.
The organ of the Vlrglnln Methodlsta.
The leading rellirlous wrckly ln Vlrginia
Advertising rates on appllcation. Addresi
THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO.
1015 E. Muln HtM?t,
Thal you make it
plain to yout dealer
that you want and
When the order
is received be sure
that the can bears
These two pre
cautions are the only
ones necessary to
protect you against
injurious alum or ex
pensive cream or
W. C. Boyd & Co.
of tha very highest
Ki-ado, used and in?
dorsed hy soma of the
world's flnest musiclans
aiVl hy 171 leadlng
Sold dlrect froni tho
factory to tho hotne.
Call or write for our
Chas. M. Stieff
205 East Broad Street
1? H. SLAUGHTER,
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