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FOR. FATHE $5.00 Bath Robes for 3 $6.00 Florsheim shoes, gift, $3.89. $1.50 box Wunderhose guaranteed 6~months, $1.] $3.50 and $4.00 Hats. Six genuine Linen Hai in Xmas box, $1.14. $2.00 Kid Gloves, all sh ntil Xmas Eve Your Opportunity HUNTER CASE CONTINUED. Pr thej Appeal of Carolina Man Before gates United States Supreme Court. home ....-..."I Washington, De. 8.-The ease of ident . Wash Hunter, against the State ty ha fSouth Carolina, :now on appeal in assist e Supreme Court of the United quak< ates came before th Court this massa orning on .a motion for a writ of floods reiorai to complete the record in some e case, strangely called in legali can .e rase, "For diminution of the ree- befor d' by the addition to the record tions, fthe opinion of the Trial Court at such eenwood, at which place Hunter ed to s found guilty of manslaughter "'A d .sentenced to seven years in~ the IChri;s nitentiary. Blease & Dominick, of fill ti wberry, and Richey & Riehey, of 'conne urens, are local counsel for Hun- a got , .and John G. Capers, who per- it Cor sted the appeal of the ease to the dollar preme Court of the United States, increa presents Hunter here. eomes Mr. Capers, for counsel, made no small etiomn to the addition of the ree- idowi" d suggested, but was unwilling slowl3 t the record should be further "I dded to by matters whieh had not be bo n in the printed record of the ready s considered by the supreme court dowm fSouth Carolina, unless in turn-, an er tters which he desired put in the We h ord were also allowed to go in. asked torey General Lyon and Mr. has a pers could not agree about these lie re ditions t>) the record and it was, mn an refore, agreed to allow it corn eted 6nly in the way requested by I writ 'of certiorari and to take up ter on, .as an agree~d statement of Alaba miel such matters, if any, as are e hereafter added. It is prob e that it will be sometime before Bir] case will finally be heard by the return upreme Court of the United States. yester -..--- prohit .T RED CROSS PRESIDENT. ment pears ?sident Expresses Hope that Some 125,00 One Will Give Society Endow- -histor: ment Fund of $5,000,000. As feat o ashiigton, Dec. 7.-Presidient: there t was re-elected president of the result merican Red Cross late today, and ture I. esided for a time over the fifth dustru nual meeting of the Association, B r dhere. Inthe. The President made a brief ad- rebuke ess in whiceh he expressed the hope and a t some. one some day might pre- Alabar t the Red Cross with an endow- return g,t fund of $5,000,000, to place the Bi bnecent work on a more per- merce nenbasis. Mr. Taft also per- the ef ~all3resented. a gold medal vot- of Eas by th~ Red Cross Society to has be yd C. Vris:om. former ambassa- two or Italy, foi- work rendered by Lead during the recent earthquake in were e her Italy, andl silver me~dals to the r.es Katherine B. Davis .ard Sam- conifide: .Parrish, who assisted in the moe relief work,. Missis JWOULIJ What You W ,hristrroe :R MC ,mas, $3.99 $1.50 Felt I a useful gr ey or blue, $3.50 Vici I 6 pair, li1 an comf .4. Six Pairs ! Xmas box, $1. idkerchiefs "Make you You '11 feel ades, $1.39 better.' "Under the ! esident Taft to-night attended trip. nformal reception to the dee-, "The to the amiual meeting at the men of of Miss Boardman. write i luring the last year," said Pres- .measurt Taft in his address, "the socie- ha'e es s shown what it could do in its ed Stal anee to Ita'ly after the earth- 'It ~, to Eastern Turkey after the the sal' e.res and to Mexico after the in publ .It seems to be zeessary in "I way or other to fill the Ameri- servativ ye and to ilUll the Amnerican ear feet by e- vou can arouse to con:tribu and when you have a disaster as that in Italy, which appeal all, we are most generous. .nd so it is with respect to the tmas stamp. That seems to te eye of th-e public, and its etion 'with tubereuilosis carries Id revenue with it. But when; aes to the contributions of a M a year, when it comes to the IU U sed membership and when it to the establishment by these contributions of a large en-' ent fund, the matter moves am sure somebody is going to rn, andlIhopehe is born al who will give us a large en ent. I think we ought to have dowment of about $5,000,000. ave been modest anid have only IB. E fr$2,000,000, but if anyone a extra $3,000,000 he need not stricted by the limitation put :1 caused by our modesty.''" 'ROHIBITIONISTS LOST ima Dry" Leaders Over whelmed by the Result, ningham, Ala., Nov. 30.-Later s from the State indicate' that A day's majority against the >itio-n constitutional amend will run above 25,000. It ap tbat a vote ~of not less than ( was polled, the largest in the r of the State.I the sweeping nature of the de f the amendmnent is realized is a disposition to analyze the for its probable effect on fu igislation -in the State. In-j ( tLI leaders and business men of Liama :re i nos; an n:.rnus r belief that t'he result was a of recent drastic legislation declaration of the people of aa of their determination to to conservatism. Loaders of rmingham Chamber of Corn believe the election will have e.t of bring ng a great deal tern capital to) Alaibam . -:. eh en intimidated for the past three years. verwhielmned by the news ofe~ fte:~eKi?tfre ul.as they were absolutely rd of victory up to the b. t t. Governor *Comer left for 4TC HAVE'I li Like to ias O FOR . . THER iedroom shoes, black, fur top, $1.29 'id Blueher Shoes, sty >rtable, $2.89 -uaranteed Hose in a 14 r Gifts useful. better-They'll feel 7 -P E 5ign of the FC election determined that the Alabama did not wish to ato their Constitution police -s nor surrender rights the :pressly reserved,'' said Unit-L~ es Senator Johnson. toes not mean the return of Te ons, nor any backward step ic morals. :neans that Alabama is con e and not to be shaken off her "* mere sentimental appeals.,, Monday MONUMI I am representil Ienburg Marble i CHARLOTTE in this section, and am prep prices on anything in the wa Tablets, Monuments, Etc. S< my prices before placing you1 and work guaranteed first-cles L. HIL LER NE W ASSiBNM L G00DSO0N ilAND To Pay What i .MUST HAVE 3oods Must be C into Cast 'our Money Will Service Here A nywhere E 1. KLET'] Our Loss is Yoi. P OTI HEM DO t pave Thcm Give F portuni ._ FOR - - SISTER $1.50 Bedroom Slippers, fur tops, red, blue or grey, $1.29. $1.25 Felt Bedroom Slippers, 98c. $1.50 Box Lislethread Hose, black or tan, $1.14 75c Mufflers, wool, 39c. RRYC ital Piercing Arr( M USIC. .uAlice Robertson icher of Piano, Voice and Harmony. Studio 1218 Main St.* GrfluMona Qtar Cur Phone 263. .. ~NTS. fro gthe ran8ite O Ban ared to make you y~ of Headstones, e my cuts and get -order. Material Peanu BER RY, SC.I FrE Ve Owe.: Or SMONEY - onverted 0+wat Do Better. Than * Opp ~NER ~ ir Gain. lItERS JNTO YOU. You--"Both Happy. or All ties. A_N D BROTHER $1.00 Ties, handsome four-in hands in Xmas boxes, 79c. $1.50 "Faultless" Shirts, $1.19 Big line 50c and 75c -eckwear, 39e Latest shapes $3.00 Bonar and Hawes Hats, $2.69. Guyot and President Suspenders, 39 cents. . Sale Now In Full Blast HAVE JUST RECEIVED I FRESH SHIPENT OF ants, Raisins, Citron, Orange and. i Peel, and everything necessary* ir Christrnas Cake. FRESH ARRIVALS,. as, Grape Fruit, pies, Tangerines, * Oranges, .Celery, Cranberries, &c., &c. t Butter, Mince Meat, nch Peas, Mushrooms, . Shrimp, Lobsters *. and table condiments. Ntock of Coffee and Tea is second* mber, we are headquarters for Is of Fancy. and Stapie Groceries. * shristmas stock is now arriving,* solicit your patronage for any 'GOOd TO EAT" that you may * IES' GROCERYf osite Newber'ry -H-otet AND HIDES * ~ND BIES.