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r r r I 1 til h I 'i Alia i 'r, ' rv Q" H"'.-.-- - -1 '''"""""" ! " ' ' ! " - - - . i . , .- -: hhW III 1 III I UK -i -- Fm:mw: US BSHtiFXaalB IfFIBfi V IBIIa I - x . B - J SCHOOL FOR ORPHiH Annual Session of Grand Lodgein Winston-Salem Adjourn to Meet Next Year in Raleigh -Per Capita Tax Remains ;the Same, 90 Cents Going to Orphan Home and 50 to Grand Lodge Officers Elected. . r V . - -v'.'v-' -. ' . v- - .... v - . .- , -. Vinston-Salem, May 11. With the r lotte; secretary, Mrs. . Hattle Reid decision that the per capita tax should I Wuitaker, Hendersonville; treasurer, remain the same, $1.40, but that 90 I Miss Serna Williams: Elizabeth CMtv cents should be given-to the orphan's home and ou cents to uie grana loage, and with the awarding of the Gilmore Ward Bryant cup for the best exem plification of the unwritten work of the order, iue ui auu iwuge uj. uaa Fellows adjourned this afternoon to meet next year m Kaieign. .. xhe grand lodge voted to leave the education of the orphans to the trus tees, and they decided jthat , the home should have a school of its own, the building that was partially burned last January to be. repaired for-this purpose. Meanwhile a suit will be instituted to secure a portion .of the State school fund. , , , , The following officers were installed -tl-rirtcr ' Cl-roTlA Mactar PronV T .Hackett; Grand master, W. H Over ton, Durham; deputy grand; master, Charles Dewey, Goldsboro; grand warden, M. L. Shipmari, Hender sonville; grand secretary B. - H.' Woodell, Raleigh; grand treasur er, R. J. Jones, Wilmington; grand marshal, Hugh .Parks Frank linville; grand conductor, Guy Weav er, Asheville; grand guardfan,Scott Frizzle, Washington; grand herald, J. TT. Mcintosh, Sanf ord ; grand chaplian Rev Z. Paris, North Wilkesboro; chair man of mileage and per diem commit tee for three years, R. .W. 'Murray, Greensboro ; grand representative for two years, Frank D. Hackett. Officers for the Rebekahs were' in stalled as follows : President,' Miss' Pattie E. Perk, Winston-Selem; ' vice president, Ms. Nettie B. Tesh, Char- Xrs. Uajnie Acquitted on Emotional Insanity Plea. ! Shreveport, La.. Mayl2. Mrs. p. L. Haynie, who was placed on triaj for manslaughter 'in connection with; , the killing of C iJ.Kornegay-formerly -xi Goidsboroi 'N.jCi ;ra; acquitted this afternoon: , The.iury's verdict reached in forty-five minutes time, read "Not guity on account of insanity." It was a unanimous decision, r It 4s-not postively known if the verdict will have the effect of sending ,the woman to an asylum. The seneral opinion is that she will be liberated entirely. District Judge Bell remanded her to jail until tomorrow, when he will de cide whether to appoint a commission to examine her. ; The jury's verdict was received spectacularly. As the words "not guilty" were read, loud cheers from the tremendous crowd, including do zens of women sympathizers, shook the court room. At the same time Mrs. Haynie overwhelmed by the glad news, swooned. The usual remedies of water and fanning failed to revive her and Deputy Sheriff John Jeter picked her up and carried-her through the crowd into thp nfflf ti of nistrif I Attorney J. M. Foster, where two phy-: sicians worked with her twentv minu-. tes before she could be revived. Try our delicious Grape Juice .and Limeades. Hunter's Pharmcv. ntD SUPERVISOR Editor Hustler: When a county fficial makes good in a difficult posl on, one requiring peculiar . jtrain . ability and unlimited enthusiasm, n such a man gets RESULTS, the payer'g interest is best served y keeping that man in office.. . ' Such a man is Mr. P. .Patton, Seneral road overseer of -Hendenon ounty who during the ait 11 font5 ha received $300 in salariet ia paid out more than hii alar JB begidM giring great deal of hii me. but he has most certainly made SUUQ-D6 has rotten RESULTS! U, a, chatagang he 1. bulldlns ads and bridges that are permanent "aproYements -and he IV building "em economically. That magnificent Asheville Road would hare cost $18,500 built by free It actually has cost vthe"coun- 4.500. That, results;-- -7.- ifle work of the chalngang during the Past twelve months speakee for There's the superb ten miles ? Asheville road, the work on the eedy Patch road, on Hoopers Creek 2 from Fletcher's to Terryk GarV, at the head of -Hoopers Creek. M other places. - " - ' All this i3 PERMANENT work all U-and all done at onethird the 7l of free labor. A few years more v..s,Jcb ork and Henderson county pit Tad8 wI11 be a ?f tna l3Tf sang has averaged, we believe, rJIn the. past twelve jojthg. The gang has cost $401 ru8 that tlmt. Including mule feed. HOI warden, Miss - Bessie Aiken, Hender- sonville. , Orphanage trustees , re-elected - E. Leff . Wago'ner C suoerintendent and J chose the following matrons: Miss Annie Parham, Mrs. ' C. 'r F. McArten,. Miss Barbara "Nicholson, ; Miss Fannie Cox and Miss Lou Sessoms, while Miss Gillian Mcuonaid, a former inmate or the honie was elected music teacner. Dr. J.. A, Parker was chosen physi clan for the home. " BIG TY OF CASTSSTIG QUIT! International Revenue Commissioner Makes. Statement to North . Carolina Congressman That Manufacture of Spirits Through, out State is "Distressingly Prevalent'' Says Federal Officers Not Numerous Enough-to Handle Situatkm, and State Officers Do Not Do Their Duty. , v . ' Washington, D. (X, May ;13. Mdbn-. shining is flourishing to a greater ex tent. In North Carolina than in most anyther State in the Union, accord ing to Commissioner of Internal Re venue Royall E. Cabell, who is. a Vir ginian. - v In a letter to a North Carolina, Con gressman, who was seeking informa tion, the Commissioner of Interaal Re venue said v -v.'-J "It is a matterOf icommon knowl edge that Jllicit, manufacture and. salei of distilled spirits is distressingly pre valent thbroughout the greaterV por tion of the Ctate of otth CafolinK The internal revenue force is not very laige in numbers. We have the larg est force of officers assigned in the Asheville district than is appointed in iny district in the United SUtes, and the records, will show' that a1-surprisingly large number of illicit plants are captured every year. 0 The 'records, of course, would show that here are also many men capture? and tried, with not a few -conviction? Were our revenue force ten miles a- "Upward News. Miss Cordelia Ballard of Upward, is on the . sick list this week. Mr. C. R. Cody and family moved! to Upward last week. We are giau t tn have our .fi lends back again Misses Bessie and Lucinda Jones yisited Mrs! Franklin Hill Sunday. Mr Bergln Davis of McDcwel, vis- ai Mr. C P. Jones Sunday. V -Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Tabor and grand lauehter. visited his brother near Dana 'Sunday. , The-farmers are" taking advantage of the pretty weather to plant their crons. . Papa's Pet., PMTOI EARIItY ENDORSED- IncidenUls, and all cost of mainten ance, in fact The iplendid RESULT, obtained are the effecU of hard work, Intelligent and capable iupervlslon. . As to the needed enthuilaem : - Mr.vPatton has worked part of the time two teams of hirown absolute ly without test to the county, and one team all during ; the paet year, free of cost to the tax pay ere. f He has gone ob. bomdi, personally, id, the 'extent of $1,500 at one time that 'he " mlfht fet mem out of jail and on thegang mt to work. Through hit jereoal mnuence ana .'" iJ- farmers labor, and teams worth more than $3,000. - He - has unaouDieaiy thus actually, saved the county large amounts of money over $3,000. ' That's i where the needed ehthue lasm comes In. H is able to - make others enthusiastic too, you , eee. . ; Mr. Pattoa A man absolutely quali fied in every way for the position in which he has" made good, receives $25 00 a month for his services. J But Jt is needless, Mr. Editor, to take more of 'your ; valuable v space. The work Hr." Patton w. done pays him a ,higher tribute than we axe able to. r He istoo valuable a public, ser vant to be allowed to step down from the office he -FILLS. -We, hope his election next month Tnay be made unanimously. EDWARDS ' - M. C. TOUS ": ;' ' R. M. OATES. . v v : J. L. ORR - - j. A. FLBTCHEH.; MAY 22 AND 23 ABE THE TWO Afn J?SXfl! Sd DAYS SETy ASIDE BY THE '..-TOWN ' tom" ' AUTHORITIES . FOB CLEANING UP The following special appeared in DAY. - EVERY TRUE CITIZEN OF Sunday's-New York American i ' KENDERSONYILLE IS tJBGER ' TO V"MJ?leT? ich for a year has sue JFi?TTiiT ttt ii?Finsp t?f 1 r"nded tne nal resting place of the ZshE THAT HIS PREMISES . ARE ahes (Tot ; Sidney Lascelles, ' alias CAREFULLY" CLEANED UP. ITS. Charlea J, Asquith, the bogus Lord THE MOST IMPORTANT -F ACTOR-Beresford and notorious internaUonal IN, KEEPING GOOD HEALTH IN swindler, whose body was cremated HENDERSON VILLE.v "" r on May 22 last at the undertaking es- THE-COST OF HAULING WILL tablishment of J. W; Lee was dispell COST; THE INDIVIDUAL NOTHING ed When it was learned that soon af CALX UP THE STREET OVERSEER yter 4 the cremation the ashes were AND A WA GOV-WILL"' ARRIVE AT- thrown into the Potomac river by YOUR HOME TO MAKE RID OF THE Marcus E. Mark, now living in Ashe G RR.4GE. - . - '.. ville, ' N. C, but formerly a close ITS VERY IMPORTAONT THAT friend of a wealthy woman of New THIS y SHALL BE OBSERVED. BY York. . . THE PEOPLE OF HENDERSON- r . . "Lascelles dlorl of VILLE. - - ' V - Court convened Wednesday morn-lwas ;ing after a delay of a few days on account of the illness of the Judge. Judge.. Lane arrived here Tuesday nights This term or civn court is composed of many minor civil-cases and will probably last a week or more. LIQUOR arge as it is, howevef, jit would be impossible to entirely break up the practice complained of. "I am informed that the State laws of North Carolina are very drastic re ative to the manufacture and safe of distilled spirts, but it appears , that State officers do," very littlte to prevent or punish for the violations of the 'aw, though I -suspect that;; there are ine hundred State ; officers to every one internal revenue officer." - : -v II White Slave Escapes From Parasites and Appeals for Protection to The Police Little Girl From North Carolina in the Matron's Ward in Atlanta, Tells Her Experience Earned Money to Sup. port Man and Woman. .. , One of the most pitiful instances of e white slave traffic -ever, brought to iight in Atlanta is the-case of little .Nettie Lewis, a girl in knee dresses, who until six months ago lived, on a farm near -Winston-Salem, N. C. Since then she has been traveling about the country, she says, support ing two parasites, from whom she at tempted to escape innumerable times, only to be caught, brought back, cruel ly treated and forced to continue her life of shame for the gain' of her mas ter and mistress. The girl has been held in the mat ron's ward for the past three jdays; while the Atlanta detectives have been trying ta apprehend the man and wb .man, who brought her to this city. Their -efforts have been futile and ap parently both have escaped from the .city. - . . . :. ' Here's the girl's story as she told it n ,the matron's ward: "Six months ago a woman, whom IJhave known as Cassie Cobb, and. her friend, H. M: Burt, asked me to slip away from her home for a' few daysrtrlp to Char lotte. Cassie is from a small town in South .Carolina and Burt is originally from Aberdeen, N. C, I had known them only 'a short tinr but I was tired of staying home and--wanted to tee Charlotte. . - - - ' ' . 'Since then I don't know where w hav been all ovsr Alabama, Tenn eseee and Georgia.- They traveled as -nan andif and I was Cassis's niece Tbey foreed me -to. go out on the feets and maks 'money for them.. They would always taks my money away from me as soon as I got it Tinrt said he was . a borse traler, but eally he didn't do a thing and-the money 1 4iad provided the three off- ,fi with - clothes, oardv. and railroad rare. - ' . - . , "Sometimes I 'would try to get away, but they would always catch me. Burt told me that he would kill me sooner or later if 1 "kept trying to escape Both; of them cursed .me, and .1 Vas terribly afraid, because I know that Burt would really kill me.: I have seen him ; beat- Cassie terribly time and time again, and one time, when be knocked her down with a chair, be accidentally struck me during the fight." - v ; ' The girl was brought to police headquarters by the proprietor of local hotel. . v " . v - x .' On Saturday nlarht she was sent o'tt to the street by the woman, It is. al leged. " Jnitead of going back- to the Neal house, where ths trio -hadbn Asheville, but his body was not 'claim ed, tana ior more than four years it w.hv ATI Ashovillo nnHortiVor phe undertaker embalmed the body placed it on exhibition, charring an admission fee to view it' " . "The New York woman " went t ' Asheville and disclosing her identity to 4he Asheville authorities, . got the body , from the undertaker and, to gether with Mark, brought it to Wash Jngton.- . - ' ."Not long after JLascelles's body was brought to Washington the ,wo , man returned to New York. Mark re- turned to Asheville. Several ; months ago he contracted tuberculosis, and his Jhealth has grown steadily worse ; "Broken in health and fortune, he told a few friends of his connection with the mysterious woman "and of his, trip to Washington to. dispose of te .body. The woman took the ashes from Lee's undertaking estab lisnment, be said, and later b,e carrie'' thern to the. bank of the Potomac anr1 threw them into the water." " President of Rnt.erford College Re ':, : signs to Go to Trinity ... Gastonia; May 15 Prof Irving G. McKay, who -has "for - the past eight years been connected with Rutherr ford 'College, for four or five years of that : time as president, has resigned that 'position and , has accepted a tu torship at .Trinity College.- Durham .where he will persue advanced . stu dies ii k connection with his teaching duties. He. is succeeded as president tf Rutherford College , by Prof'essor Crenshaw of the faculty of that, in Etitution, . - ." Vri V ITIPUt STORY stopping,, she went to the Cannoi hotel. There she met a married wo man to whom she told her story. The woman kept herein the room with he during the night and the following morning Informed the hotel proprle tor, who suggested ar appeal to thf police. The girl went to police hea'. quarters voluntarily, and will rema: until the authorities vfind a" way ; send her back to her widowed home, or untilthey capture the man and woman. Atlanta Journal.THay 12th, HD OIL COHE IS ORDERED TO D Tbe'Snpreme Court holds t " ' That the Standard Oil Company is a monopoly in restraint of trade. , That this giant corporation mast te dlsselTed within sU months. , - CorporaUons whose contracts are hiiit nraBonahU reutrirtlr mf earn. petiUonw are net affected. Otaer great corporaOoms .whose t acts nay be-called Into qaestiea wfll se dealt with according te tae' oerits ef their partieslar eases. The ceart was ananinens as te tie naJa features of the decision, Ja Uce Harlan, dissenting only as te m lluliaUos ef the appUcatiem ef tke Skrraia antl.tratt law. Pretlieat Taft asd Caslseft will consider Immediately the eatire trvsr sltaatioa and the sdTlsablllty of press ing a Federal incorporation act A decision In the tobacco frost case, which was . expected slsuritaneoasly, was not announced ' today and Bay be banded down, on Hay 23. ' . . ; . Washington; May 15. The Stand ard 'Oil-. Company of New iersey and its nineteen subsidiary' - corporations were declared today by the Supreme CourT of the United States to be a conspiracy and combination .in ?j re straint of trade. It also was held to be monot)ll2ing-4nterstate commerce i in violation of the Sherman anu-tisx law. The dissolution of the combina tion, was ordered to take place within six months, v- y ; . ' , .Thus ended the tremendous strug- EEL RAILS ORDERED f Of? IE , Bids are being made for the steel. rails of the- Hendersonville street . ?ar. line. The Hendersonville Trac-7 tion Company ywill open up head quarters in the next few days and ac tive work: is soon to begin. Mr. Thomas arrived in town from Green-J ville Wednesday. In a conversation with a representative of this paper hec state-"Same people are persistent in trying to knock the 7 new railway. THE PEABODT TRUSTEES i WILL DISTRIBUTE $2,300,000. XashTille' Normal- Will Get $1,000,000 - Eest Will be Divided In South, A New York, May 13. After 44 years the trustees of the Peabody education al fund are about tojlistribute' .the $2, 300,000 balance remaining and . close the trusteeship. " '' . The fund originated two years after the close of . the civil war when Geo. A; Peabody,- the Massachusetts phil anthropist, gave $3,500,000 to" . "ad vance educatiprCat least three-quarters of the money to be spent in the South." . " ,' v . Of the fund $1,500,000 was in bonds of the state of Mississippi and Florida, afterward repudiated, z"" ; --.r- One million dallars of the money n hand will go to the Peabody Nor mal, school in Nashville, Tenn.and the rest will be appropriated among :nstitutlons in . the s"oi'th. devotinr themselves to training teachers, white and colored. - XEED $2,000 TO SATE $18,000 ' Students of A. -& TIL College Raisins Funds With WBich to Erect J. Iff C. A. Building on the Campns Fond kAlmost in Sight. , . The students of the A. &'M. College at Raleigh are endeavoring to raise money5 to erect a Y. M. C. A. buil4- ing on the -campusl . It; is jjlanned id raise $40,000. Mr. Rockefeller v has offered to give $20,000 if the-stdent will raiser $10,000 In Raleigh ad $10. 000 ! morei in the State. 1 : Up to date the - students have rals- ! nn-iTCftLlftlh: $lli)fiO:v amonz .them- selyeis. from their patents and fnend. $5,000r: ' ;valumni and ? others, ; ' $2,000; total, 18,000. . .'' : ! " This leaves now $2,000 to be raised by July 1; to secure Mr. Rockfeller'p subscription an to - save the whole scheme.' Payments on subscription are made on easy terms. " Blanks may be obtained from ,Mr. Bedford Brown with the Southern Power Company Thvst - bu'lding. He would aopreci ate contributions or subscriptions. Charlotte . Observer. . . ; ... History of Old and JTew Testaments Found in Washington, N. CT. Washington, N. C, May 12. Mr. J. T. Campbell of this city has recentTy found among some old papers quite " a curiosity in the shape of an old contract time. - Mr. Burnett Carter- J book. This, book is a history of the. was the architect, while Mr C Dfa5 lid and New Testaments and was installed the modern DlumhW -irinted in Philadelphia in 1784. A j - - - Pinmping amily record was also round writ- m on a sheet of paper Inside ' this book. . . v " Nothing so refreshing our choco late milk . 5c. Hunter's Pharmacy ' V fgle of yearsN on the Vpart of the gov- eminent to put down by authortty of law a combination which it claimed was a menace r to the industrial and economic advancement of the entire country. v ; ' I V At the aamA time the court inter- preted the: Sherman antl-tfust law so as to limit IU application to acts of "undue- restraint of trade and not -- r - -vrvr - iuonunuea on rourur -age.;, mm ELOQUEljCE S Mm OF OLDC V Little Rock, Ark. t May 16. Greet ings from President Taft, to which a message-in kind will be: sent in re sponse, the" : annual oration; deliv ered byvDr! RJ C. Cave, of St Louis, the address of welcome and the nam ing of the committees made Up today's proceedings of the reunion of United Confederate veterans. . . ' The address of General James F. Smith, commanding the Arkansas di vision, opening the convention, was brief. , He referred to the" events of the war of 1861-65; the days of recon STREET CAR LIE; They Insist that I we should begin thes work of ditchiner down "tnain before the rails and crossties fcjres been delivered.' We propose to begin--the excavation just; as . soonf as tEte-' steel rails have beeh delivered in Hendersonville. ; The work of gradinsr wiu-not lae any length of time. Hen dersonville will certainly have sxx-c electric street railway in a very sharir time." . . vj- . MAN WHO SOLD SOUL f FOR SEVEN DOLLABST BIZS Money He Received From T Hvxixa' Used to' Pay Last Debt Chicago, May 10. Charles Kittrickr: Who ,sold his "body and soul- to seven nurses 'at the National Mater nity hospital," died last night at ttas hospital wnere he was being carcSi for. . . ; . , - Kittrick was suffering from a pe culiar form of locomotor ataxia tr by the terms 6f the i1l nf v? body, the corpse, will be used Car clinical study. Kittrick sold hfmself for $7andtfeer nsed the money to pay the last Mil he owed his room rent. Record. cT? the sale was filed with the coumrr Tecorder yesterday." - Henderson County Man to larrj Jxa. " Mississippi. . . . The following invitationV has. ttezsa received by friends of Dr. James Mcir- ganand his family.. Dr. Morgan. ts sji Henderson county boy who has gjssa ed distinction In the state of Misaassa lppi. He now holds professarsSaxpj in one of the leading colleges of. iSzjsrl State. His father, Mr. Wilson. iSenf- pn, of this county is "well kna here: , . "t j Mr. and Mrs. William P. Minos will give in marriage their daughter Auuieu wasmngton- to Dr. J ames .Oscar Mbrgarr on Thursday evening the first of Jusze one thousand nne hundred, aWl - ; eleven at nine o'clnrii- , ' ?T' lrtt Methodist Churchl; 3 - Macnn. Mf fiisiT The . - - r i " n- - - - WA juiir presence- & xse?-z - ' ' quesjed 7. . Resting on the solid nutr ing the picturesque dam? at HighlatzS ' Lake- Is the very handsomer new resi dence of Mr. B.. H. Owens; of C&a ton who, with his" family, has leers? be making Hendersonville his snS mer home. . '" Mr- Owen has- selected one or lit very prettiest Tsites on the club pro perty for, his home, and certainly 3e- ' has a residence there-in harracsry with jts beautiful "surroundlngsSc-- substantial structure was efecteff Siy Kryson & Sineleton. who have made of it a nA of work, finishine- it th 'LfM- Death of -ww:,,. m ,r Saluda. Saluda, N. C, May 16. WniiaiEstSaCl Thompson, , aged 89 years,. dledTxasc- . last Thursday, May li; after a iTirgw Ing illness of several weeks. Theca ' ceased was one of the best knowir Izfns of this community, where left a large family relaUon : to mooxxm his , death, Including six childresx, large number of grand children sssS. great- grand; . children. The fosfseaT took place .at" the FriendshiR BapSSu church cemetery. v : Attractive Feature at Kansgsr Mr. George Stephens is adding ntgry attractive new features to Kamri-'V this summer. 'His latest is that csr dietetian who Will i have charge, maZsr -, , " Physician, of the cK23 v ejoomi to see Jhat m-y S fl6; a?ef to 'seS ""lfo .n Q ' .k ;carj: v - any cause whatsoever. Kanugaa - iJA - Oskamp wfTT :. :rr V1!? ?n. from J? cinatti Normal Training Schocffi Charlotte Observer. - OfJFEDElte struction, the organization of tha w- -erans andsthe 21 yearsVhistofy.pl Criir organization- ' " - ! :. " ; After the invocation 61 the. RexclSJ," Lin Cave, chaplain general, the UncL -Confederate choirs led by Mrs. J Edwards, ' of Portsmouth- Vav c?;:r? southern songs. " Governor Donaghey, or Arkanssssyy welcomed " the delegates on behalf! tg&i the state. Dr. H. H. Hartsog, ofTtTis -United Sons of , Confederate VeterarczA (Continued on Fifth Pagp-h- s I r. I. r A.