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Thursday, January 11, 1312.)
THE CACCASlA I j t t POSTAL SAVINGS BANK Now Taking in a Million Dollars a Week in Deposits Ttw Nw SyMrm Ha Ikien a Baccca nl i Cirowlnjf in Faror With th Irplr Postal IUnka to he tAl.lMw-d at Aboat 40,000 Xfw Office. The Poflt-offlce Department at WaphlnKton announces that the Pos tal Savings Hankg are now taking in a million dollars a week in depesita hirh has surpassed all expectations in th rapidity of its growth. The postmaster-General, who has thus far li rafted the system in person, has found it nc-ressary to organize a sep arate bureau for the conduct of the li'isinefts of what promises to be one of the most important branches of th- postal sf-rvice. As the initial st-p in the organization he has to day appointed Theodore L. Wood as director of the postal savings system with compensation at the rate of $5, Ud a year. Postal savings deposits have kept pace with the extension of the sys r. rn. Amounting at the end of the first month to only $60,252 in the forty-eight experimental offices, they increased in a half year to $679,310, and now, after one year's operation, have reached a total of $15,000,000. This sum has been distributed among A, () National and State Banks, where it is protected by bonds de frsited with the treasury of the Unit ed States. f tt rrtounted by Jobo la tbtjTIte-nwUilon Aipimr o( lt rttary of f Co At a settle of tfct North Car- eiajoin caapter or nia gospel of tb orrmtic Machine Tlamc uui an iouca in aaanery. oar trsf-i. , o UUd reriion U that Jesus stopped Tb Uscola Time.) and wrote la the sand and then aro and said to her accusers: 'He that la without tin among you, let hits ft rat east a tone at her. It is related then that Jeaus stopped and wrote again In the sand and that tboft which heard it, being cootlcted of their own conscience, went oat one by one. "Now this veriion had It that Je sus wrote upon the ground the tins cf every mar. In the audience and mat tcey. when they read It, con- ViCtfd bv fhfr nw out one by one.' Thi. .m. 't I08Ibly for tise Um a very good ver.ion nf ihA .m. Guilford County baa had altl. tai4 U-dajrthIMrta la ac&ool sail! they r If carnally htas3 s.ait4 ff tSUtt rtUaasa&la. that "the essployer lor child labor. B j there are other reaaoat. a&4 tszm of the tsmt r piexsss; aiaaeau la the prohlea ts out of school at the earliest powlble tated that the free school system of North Carolina has beea lahea out of the hands of the people and Is con trailed by "a gang of poliUclaua." The politician ana we red him with their regulation argunaeat Use and personal abuse. It la Vemr and Tills Ldy Took Iteigaa la Her Own llaad. aoaent asd tater waie-earaia la. dostrlea. The lit school can are he! pic f chase all this." The condltiana ta wfejch ehUdrea work la cotton Bills, giaaa factortea, coal cl&es. sweat sbope. oyster aad abrisaa packing houses, street trades and other ladcatrles. will be describ ed la addresses and by aa extensive exhibit of charts and photographs. The sessions of the Conference will he devoted to the dlscasoa of prac tical measures for r,4nHnv v- ar dUse&ahla. : CdaJereace will he the get j f - the txrmlrrine Cftateatkia aa4 j rabUrity Leacse. asd the Keataeiyi Child lbor Ces&IUee. TUm o?. gastaaiseaa - are prepartsg ta ahowj exactly wbat Kentucky hoajtallty 1 F.EUGENE HESTEl WENDELL, S. a IWtlce to iS ik Cemrt9 Tral&lag a c&aa ta saahiag a 6fe of eaater tssporLaaoe tbaa Mplag htm to make a UttUbood ireef.' dent U It. IfarUa, since viwora ixuniy nas saa a register I of deeds, and certainly for the first k.tt w . -: LJ m in rm If OV IAnt ?S m Kaam I a ts 1 m m tAilU,ir, tA) .Mil) CAGIiE IIfT . . ' - DOWN I marriage licenses, two licensee werej ou oi casid labor and for keeping U I given by him last week, one each i Wa Killefl in Italtimw by Husband 1 ratn3er T 10 ner 800 ine noUJ' of III Former Kweeiiieart. appeared in person with her ; bridegroom for their license, and at George Edward Cagle, of Candor. , the same time she irocurd one for this State, was shot down in business i the marriage of her son. j establishment In Baltimore Monday. Both marriages occurred on the Cagle had gone to that city to se- same day in High Point. The moth euro a diamond ring and some money ler was Mrs. Flora Cook, and she was he had formerly given to the wife j married to Calvin A. Wagner on of his assassin. ; Thursday, January 4th. before Rev. The Baltimore Evening Sun gives A. S. Caldwell. The same day and the following account of the tragedy: j but a few hours from his mother s "Commanded to throw up his . wedding, Jeter Cook, just twenty-one, hands, George Edward Cagle was j was married to Miss Hattie Hay shot twice in the abdomen In the j worth before N. W. Beeson. a magis-. bquttable Building this morning by trate. Greensboro News. Herbert Hall King. j . "Cagles is dying at the Mercy Hos- j CON FK 1 1 EXCK OF NATIONAL LA pital. He is from Candor, N. C. j nOtt COMMITTFE. King is 26 years old, a printer, and j is locked lin t tllO fntr-il PnHnn I The Eighth Annual Conference of the National Child Labor Committee E 57 Women! If weak, you need Cardul, the woman's tonic. Cardui Is made from gentle herbs, acts in a natural manner, and has no bad results, as some of the strong drugs sometimes used. As a med icine a tonic for weak, tired, worn-out women, ' Cardui has been a popular success for over 50 years.1 IoMrt nite Co Letf- A notion man lost hie Irg tma the bite f aa is?t two yr before ! To avert saeh calamities frota sUsg! aid bites of l&seets use Butklea's Ar. j nlca Salte promptly to kill the tot. on and prevent In&ammation, in-' Inga, swelling, and pain. Heal burns, boils. Ulcers,. Pile. etm- eatx jbrols. Only 25 eaU at all druc-jgista. NITRAGIN a. r. riABieLu up Station. He refuses to talk. "The tragedy developed around , will be held in Louisville, Kentucky, woman to whom both were engaged ! January oth-tn. Announcements ,1 ... v, t i . . . ! ar iURf hlnp' issiiArl from hcoflmi'ir. i aim w uu uu uecemuer zi marneQ v.v.Hv.. - On .hinuarv .i. 1911. dpnnsitnrifs ... ...... t r..i . , ' " . (King in Washington. It reached its iost-office in each one of the 4 8 Struts and Territories. After a care ful test for four months at theso of-lif-s tho system was rapidly extend ed by Mr. Hitchcock and now com prises r.,lS5 post-offices. Preparations are beinR made to establish the sys tem also in about 4 0,00 0 fourth-class nf!Ues that do a money order business. STl nilS FAVORS HOOSEVELT. Kansas (Jovenior Says Colonel Only Winner in List. Topeka, Kansas, Jan. 6. Declar ing himself in favor of the nomina tion of Theodore Roosevelt, Governor Stubbs. the progressive Republican, . , , , . . , i "oo uuiiucu uj ilia iiiui.ei emphasized h!s words to-night by say-, had been married to Ring climax on the third floor of tho Rnni ! 1 he program I W V Jk VJ U I- i table Building at 10:25 o'clock, at f the entrance of the Baltimore Print-! ing and Binding Company, where King was employed. "Putting together Cagle's post mortem statement and statements of several employees, as well as the little King himself had to say, it ap pears that Cagle was engaged to marry Mrs. Eula Slope, widow of Rome, Georgia, and the marriage was to have taken place on January 15th. King, who did not know Cagle, met the widow, and on Decem ber 21 was married to her In Wash ington. They engaged board at Mont Alto. "A few days ago Cagle, who had been looking forward to his marriage, was notified by his fiancee that she He had given her, he said, an engagement ing that it was the country s imper ative need for the next four years ?T, .usu o-r , . . , n w, ring which cost ?2i5, and had also that a man of Roosevelt s courage ,Ten her $2?5 ,n cagb To reC()yer should preside at Washington. hig property amicably he left Nortn Ue need a man who believes in Carolina Frid afternoon, arriving the policies advocate by Lincoln, ,n Baltimore:at 3 Q.clock Saturday said the Governor. Colonel Roose-; raorning. He gent hig trunk tQ a ,ni uluie Luau auv ULUei lUdU 18 ie hoarding honRo nf 74AVf T?av0ft0 sj onsible for the nation-wide forward movement in the direction of a gov ernment administered honestly and vigorously without favor for rich, poor, high, low, black, or w-hite. Col. Roosevelt is the only man who is sure to win." street, and early Saturday morning located King's place of employment, where the shooting occurred almost immediately." A WOMANLESS REPUBLIC. A Colony of 10,000 Monks, Where no Woman is Allowed, to Enter. Difference Defined. (From the Yanceyville Sentinel.) The difference between the "ni beer" and the "no-tax" kind irthat the former required the dealer to pay a tax, while the latter is not taxable. We believe another election will see the Old North State voted "wet" not because the good people want whiskey, but because thye are dis gusted w-ith the present situation. In the larger towns the good, law-abiding citizens are permitted to stand on the street corner and observe bik Kansas City Dispatch. There is a womanless republic on a peninsula south of Macedonia in Greece, where 10,000 men live, study ing and praying constantly, and where policemen guard the coast to keep out -women pilgrims and other undesirables. Professor Casper Rene strapping fellows sell solution, which Gregory, theologian o fthe University the stigma on the bottle proclaims of Leipsig, student of Biblical manu- whiskey. At the same time the law scripts, who came here to lecture, abiding citizen is at a loss to bring thus describes this unque republic: ; the culprit to justice. The purchas "The place is Mount Athos and it is ' ers are robbing the law as much so called the Mount of Twenty Monaste- j the retailers and he gets a dope that ries. It is a real republic. There he so instlv desorvos. are 10,000 monks there who govern ters of the Committee in New York f ersi a ine program win De aevoted to Child Labor and Education." and elaborate preparations are being made to bring together leading ex perts on child labor reform and on new methods in education from all over the country. Many prominent educators will be present who are solving the problem of how to make the school so interesting and useful that children will be eager to stay in school and not to get out. The National Child Labor Commit tee which has helped to get better child labor laws in thirty States this year, will bring together representa tives of its twenty-seven affiliated State Committees and has also invit ed the Governors of all States to send delegates to the Conference. Owen-R. Lovejoy, the General Sec- Take P A o)fiTiOf Mill Tho Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula Walden, of Fl Gramlin, S. C, followed this advice. Read her let ter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. UQI3 R NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE MERRIAM WEBSTER Tho Only New unabridged dlo- tionmxy in many years. Contains the pith and essence of an authoritative library. CoTers OTery field of knovL edge. An Encyclopedia in a single book. Tho Only Dictionary vith tho new uivtactl Je. 400,000 Words. 270O Pages. 6000 111 nst ratiom. Cost nearly half a million dollars. Let us tell you about this most remarkable single volume. UlytSrx 1 WriU forwiapla CTame thla paper mad w win Mad free i set of Pocket HPS At B2Q7SZ ta IF Vor AILK GtUXti MlUTIt C RE M0RL Hart-Ward Hardware Co. We have Moved our store to new building 125 East Martin Street We have 10,OOOsquare feet of show rooms with Electric Elevator, every floor on the ground floor. Right in the heart of the business center of Raleigh. We will be pleased to see all friends customers, and the public generally. Our stock is complete and our prices the lowest HART-WARD HARDWARE CO. Wholesale and Retail 125 E. Martin St,, Raleigh, N. C. themselves without interference from Turkey or any other country. There are, however, no government build- ings, no president or other offi.ee i holders. "There is a police force, but it3 said the other day that he has a cow I sole duty is to patrol the coast to keep that Ees out wonnpn and mon iuVi n Vi o i7 q n rv aay ana A Valuable Cow. i Lumberton Robesonian.l I E. B. Faulk writes from Fairmont that a man who lives near Fairmont four gallons of milk a they get from this milk r nuiiiu auu ixi ci 1 wuu ilcivt? uu rf - - : permit to enter. Only those who eiSht pounds of butter a week, and ! have a letter of permission from the tbat hIs cow brings him in $450 a Greek patriarch in Constantinople year are allowed to enter the holy place. The holder of the letter must present it in Karges, the village capital of Robert Ivey Burned to Death at Hen derson. the peninsula. It is said that the foot of a woman has not touched the soil of the place for centuries. All the monks repre sent the Greek Catholic Church. They Jwork the soil some, but -live chiefly upon contributions from pllerims. Probably the greatest collection of j possibly he might have escaped manuscripts is in tne mon 6 XWl V it tr w I v 1f r ftl it -City of Norfolk- aa4 "City of !UU!morr a eost elegant and ap-td4it ttMtavr Norfolk d4 IUUlaom. rnlpprd with wtrrti TrIrphon la rh i:rrthtnf for vmfort mnd Sutmtrt Lt Norfolk (Jattsos SL), :16 r.ta.; ttv Old fotmi Comfort. 7: IS p.n.; arrltt nIU mor, 7 s.m, Conorctlns at nHiaor for ail potnu North, Northast fend Wmt. 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It may be that great discoveries, valu able to Bible scientists, will emanate yet from this great store-house of . manuscripts. ''It was while reading in the origi nal Greek in one of these monasteries that I ran across a new interpretation: Henderson, N. C, Jan. 9. -Mr. Robert Ivey was burned to death last night by a small oil stove, which ex ploded. The accident occurred while he was at his place of business on Main Street. He had a beef market. , It was supposed he was drinking, or He was respected and liked here. He leaves a wife and several children. The three-year-old son of Mr. Sid Hughes, Sr., of Elizabeth City, was horribly burned at the home of hi3 parents Tuesday morning. His cloth ing caught from a hot stove in the room and when his father reached him was In a mass of flames. Mr. Hughes was also badly burned. ED Yonfl Warnntl si PnauiMD? 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