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I?raisc3 Secretary of the Navy cud ilrccrts That Ho TOlMlaiss standard Higher Than. Ever Be fore by Helping the Han Behind s the - Gun Declares Drinking .XJen Cannot Succeed in Life. i Steady Hand on Throttle. ; 4 When on a train it means .a great deal to me whether the ' " -man at the switcn is arun or ober. I want to have the ' peaceful certainty that ;the "" " iiand on the throttle is steady. ' And this desire is true of all I -who "travel ( to such a de gree -.that now no man can make a Csucess in the railroad busi jtiess unless he has always a clear head and steady : . nerves. Secretary of State v .Bryan. :J'-X- - - - X'.:; . Tavors Acfion' by Congress. "I have no use for the di- . sectors of a railroad who, af- v V aer-a disastrous wreck that; -:-could have been prevented by -c the use xf the necessary saf e " .Tty devices and. the expendi- iure of a little money, seek to iput the blame on the engineer am in favor of . stringent ;ilaws compelling the use on all; Z:' xailroad lines of -the latest J .safety devices, anddt is my - iiope that Congress will enact laws that will prohibit the op- v oration -of trains anywhere in ; " . the United States unless fully -equipped with such appli ; .unices. "Secretary of Navy -Daniels. , "Double safeguarding of railroad travel by the use of the latest inown safety appliances, and. the -employment of only men of so thriety and moral character, was strongly advocatd by the Secre . -tary of State and the Secretary of Navy at the fifth anniversary .dinner of the terminal depart ment of the Young Men's Chris jtion Association, held last evening -at Union Station. 1 The Secretary of the Navy also -denounced ; anarchists and their , teachings, and declared the red flag should not be allowed to ny dn the United States. ; - . jf ' Such an organization as this, -.said Secretary Bryan, V makes bet ter servants of the men who work for the railroads. As a traveler : In all parts of the globe, I haye Ueamed to have confidence in the .snan who presides at, the engine vto such an extent that I can sleep aa soundly in my berth as I can in my bed at home. . : Clear Head Needed to Succeed. When on a train it means a rgreat deal to me whether the man : 1 -at the switch is drunk or sober. I want-to have the peaceful certam--iy that the hand' on the throttle is - steady: 1 And this desire is true - of all who travel to such a degree ihatrnow no man can make a suc- -cess in the railroad business un less he has always a clear head vand steady nerves." . . "I have no-use," declared Sec retary Daniels, ' 1 for the directors . -of a railroad who, after a disas : Irons wreck that could have been ?-prevented by the use of the nec essary safety devices and the ex--ipendituer of a little money seek -"to put the blame on the engineer. I am in favor of stringent laws -compelling the use on all; railroad vlines of the" latest safety devices, -and it is my hope that Congress -will enact laws that will prohibit -the operation of trains anywhere -fa the United States unless fully squipped with such appliances." White Radishes for Bryan. The banquet hall was so elabo rately and appropriately decorat : cd that it drew complimentary ex pressions from all the speakers. . "he whole place - was literally i swathed in Old Glory, - and the tables were fesxooned with great -clusters of Ted and white flowers -and garlands of oak leaves; There -were radishes on the menu, and a -dish of choice white ones was set in front of the plate set for the , Secretary of State. Secretary "Daniels appeared in a suit of white ' -crash, and was generally envied lis apparent delightful coolness. "35. R. Tolson presided and acted as -stoastmaster. ' V; . ?-""''. Secretary Bryan, who spoke r3ast, paid a high tribute to the k5et2Tetary of the Navy.. He said that he was glad to see at the ihead of the navy, a man interest ed mot only in the guns,1 but in the anen behind the guns. C : Helps Men Behind the Guns, i "It is well enough, " he said, rto see how big and how destruc ctiv a gun can be made, but it is , ' far more ' inportant to see how ood a man there is beind the -gun. I predict that' in the four ;years that Josephus Daniels pre sides over the destinies of the navy, the. standard of service, will be raised higher than it ever has been before, and that he will be thanked by the mothers and fath ers who have sons in tint depart ment of the service." - - Touching on the far reaching work of the Y. M. C, A., Secretary Bryan laid special emphasis on the good that the railroad department is doing. H said that it is mak ing hot only better and more trust worthy railway employes, but bet ter citizens, beter husbands; and better fathers.; f He ' said that the was proud to state in public that he had been an active member of the association for; 30 years and that he did not hesitate to pro nounce it one of the greatest or ganizations for good in the world. Sorry He Is Not a Singer. ; Beginning, his speech, Secretary Bryan referred m a spirit of levi ty to the unstinted . apreciation shown by the audience tor the singing of George H. D. Connor, and said that he did not feel like attempting; a speech inasmuch as tlie the songs had been applauded more than the oratory. , I m sor ry I didn 't take up singing, ' ' he remarked, ' and then he brought out a big laugh by making a con nection not wholly impersonal be tween his endeavcor to make a speech ' that could ; successfully compete with the ' vocal features of the program. r : "It's bad enough," he told them, "to be defeated when you think you re going to win ; but it is far worse to enter a race when you haven 't a chance. " Daniels Denounces ' Eed Flag." Secretary Daniels asked the co operation of the Y. M. C. A. in looking after the social and spirit ual welfare of the men in the navy, and declared that during his term of ofiice he would, try to carry the association into every ship in the navy.- Tne government owes it," he said, to every man who enlists in the army and navy to bring such helpful influences around him and into his life." He paid his respects to the flag and denounced the "red rag of anarchy,"; which he said should not. be allowed in any city and town of the country. America," he said, "has ever been the refuge cf the oppressed, but thehe . is no place on our free soil for those who want to raise the red flag. It means danger to, the country the same as it means danger ahead to the railroad man." . - Makes Plea for . Cleanliness. ; The Secretary then preached an interesting little sermon on clean liness ,and expressed the wish that the association would make it one of the strong features of its work, j 1I hope," he jokingly said, j that there is none here who comes from Ioway or who cares to claim kin .with a certain young lady , of that State, who was in the habit of taking a bath only on ' Saturday. She went to New. York city on a trip, stopped at a nice hotel, and was assigned to a room with an elegant bath of white porcelain and attractive wall decorations. She was so im pressed with the beauty of the bathrom that she at once wrote to her mother, giving an en thusiastic description of.it, and closing with this: 'It s such a beautiful bath that I feel on this Wednesday morning that I can hardly wait for Saturday night.' " j The Secretary told the young' men that the very first thing a boy desire to; be is a railroad man. "It's only after we are no longer young and innocent and pure," he said, "that we stop wanting to be a railroader and want to be a lawyer or a Secretary of State or a Secretary of the Navy. V ' . ' : ' - -' t DANIELS AND WATTS CASE. The Charlotte Observer make1? this observation concerning th action of President Wilson in naming Mr. Watts for collector of the Western North Carolina reve nue district : ; ' - i . "Wednesday of last week, Sen ator Simmons and Senator Over man called on President Wilson and suggested to him that all 'was in readiness- for action on tne ap pointment of Mr. A. D. Watts as Collector of Internal Revenue for the - Western District of North Carolina. " Two V days later ; Mr. Watts ,; appointment was announc ed and also that it was confirmed and settled. - There had never been the h remotest . doubt about such a result despite the "tom-tom beating by a certain faction in North Carolina: Mr. Watts had been safe from the first because President Wilson was not only fa miliar with the motive of the op position to the choice of the Noi'th Carolina Senators, but he knew Mr. Watts'-record as a Democratic politician and was satisfied with it. The Observer some weeiis ago set at rest the talk that Mr. Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy, would descend to a participation in petty politics and said there would be a revision of opinion about him in certain circles. That has come to pass. Behind much of the opposition to Mr. Watts was a studied effort to embarrass Sena tor Overman and the disastrous failure in that direction will give to 90 per cent of the people of the State as much pleasure as does the confirmation of Collector Watts. ' ' This is the living truth, and any intimation that the Watts ap appointment is a ' 'slap in the face'!, for Secretary Daijiels does that gentlemaii an injustice. , CONFERENCE E1TDS AT LAKE JUNALUSKA. Meeting of Missionary Workers Has Been Productive of Great Good $140,000 Eaised. , Lake Junaluska, . : June.' 29. -Great throngs; of people from Asheville and nearby towns came to the Southern Assembly Grounds today to take part in and enjoy the Sunday services. It is esti mated that fully 5,000 people were in attendance on the various set-vices.- .:-r- ; ' The; first service opened with prayer for missions' and also a prayer for the veterans of the War Between the States encamped ca the historic battlefield of , Gettys burg. Bishop Hendrix ; thanked God for a united Nation. ; Bishop James H. McCoy preach ed at II o'clock, a great sermon on the missionary obligation of the Church. A pretty scene just be fore the sermon was the christen ing of an infant by Bishop Wilson. After Bishop McCoy's sermon a number of additional gifts to the cause of missions were announced making a total thus far subscrib ed of $140,000. ; It was an inspir ing scene when one layman pres ent arose and gave a 500-acre farm in Mississippi to establish a mission school v thereon There were several other gifts of $10,000. Rev. A. D. Betts, one of the oldest members of the North Carolina Conference said it was the great est day in his life. At the missionary meeting Dr. John S. .Jenkins read a passage from the Acts of the Apostles, stating that the "sent ones'' con tinued to do great things for good in China. . 7 Rev. Dr. William Morrison who has been 17 years, a missionary to Africa also addressecf the gather ing. Bishop Lambuth lately re turned from the Dark Continent made an able and convincing ad dress telling of the great possibili ties for Christian work in that country. Another pleasing feature of the program today was the address of six young men of the Methodist Church who are soon to go out as missionaries to Africa. One of them, Mr. Setzer, is from Hickory. Bishop Lambuth sails on July 12 for Brazil to look after the mission work of the Methodist Church in that country, will then visit Lon don and thence again to Africa where he will found a Southern Methodist mission. . .. ' -X ' At the evening session; Bishop Hendrix presided and an address was delivered by Dr.' O. E. Brown on "The Call of the World." Rev. Dr. W. W. Pinson also delivered an illuminating address on "The Church's Response. " X; ( ; r-v This closed the missionary con ference which has been in session since Wednesday. It is admitted by every one that this was One of the greatest gatherings in the his tory of the Southern . Methodist Church and that ; eternity alone will reveal the great good that has been accomplished by the coming together of this great band of Christian workers. ; :J V NOTICE. v-;-" .Nothing but Money looks good to me. Pay your tares or pay the cost that the law allows. Last chance this month. - : ; - : V. C. V. SHEPHERD, ' ' June 5 1913. Tax Collector. OPEN JUNE 15, 1913 One new 9 room cottage situated : at Davis : sta tion on Toxaway R. R., 2 1-4 miles from Main, street, five minutes walk : from-Laurel Park car: line. Rates $6 to $9 -per week. No consumptives taken. Apply Mrs.'G. L. Anders, R. R-6. Henflersonville, N. C. 6-19-3tp ; Piof. F,R;yALDIS- STedica! and Osthopedlc Treatment. r Local and General Massage for nerve troubles and .general debility. Office hours from 11 to 2 p. m. Kentucky Home, Annex No. 22. 7-10-4tt DR. H. H CARSON ' ' ' w ' ' . DEITTIGT. Oilice over J. O. V7illiani3 Gtore. ii LD , Blacksmith - ...... - Wagon and Carriage Hardvare . Mf. A. H. 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