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Thursday, February IS. 1912.
THE CAU04SI4S i 1 The Caucasian AM) RALEIGH ENTERPRISE. Kalrlsli. X. February 15, 1912. Envrn! t tfc Iv-oSee lo K!!gfc, N. C UoorJ ci mall cVtr- Zoca Matters. nix mtmt Ttgrrm Flnahe!. Monday afternoon asd nfgbt,Con table Byrom of this city arretted six men charged with operating blind tigers and the preliminary hearlnti will be held to-morrow morning. Tbowj arrestee! are V. ,C. Poland. f o(ir.d ci mail matter. Date 1 Union. W!!l ilopson. Tom Mor- . . . t -M tl 1 f - - n. ItUie 1'uaey, u J. i. iiarr- iijn. AH the defendant but one are j hlt. I It baa not been long since Poland TL. wrventy-scventh anniversary j completed a .Is mo nth. Ura n Ja.l ..wciM take place at Wake Forest for ratSnff a bllsfd I Usjer In the r ,; ,,, on Friday next, and the e.ent j Academy of Music building thoairb ! r.Jnea to be a very interesting one. j " federal authorities that !arreatd him before. After hi re- Mr. W. N. Keener, formerly editor ; jeagft from jan i(s opened a caah gro cf tb- Apex Journal, has accepted the (.ry on Wilmington Street where it ;io-inon of managing editor of the ' Jg charged he has been selling whla I:.;rha:n Hun. Ho was at one timely ever 8infe in fact, they do r.-y rditor of the Raleigh Times. ; have two charges against Poland. Wake County court will cnvenep'our of the defendant are out on n, il Monday with Judge Whedbee : bal- - ;!r.-hidinj;. The calendar for the two j w,, kh' term for the trial of cases haa Where- Daniel In Silent. b n made out by the calendar com-; Houston Post. xJ;;ttee of the Raleigh bar. ; Edilor jOSephua Daniels, who ao A thief or thieves entered the Com- eloquently commended Governor n.Jrcial Printing Company's office on j Wilson's throw-down of Harvey, haa lUrgett Street Monday night and j not told us what he thinks of the Jole the sum of 98 cents which had j Governor's averment that he was t -. n left in the cash drawer. Noth-! ashamed of his conduct, nor has he i - else was missed. 1 told us what he thinks of a Carnegie . , , .l i pension as the basis of a political ca dovernor Kltchin has Increased the ; t , reward offered for the murderers of ivrtle Hawkins, of Henderson Coun ty, from $250 to $400. The total re- j ward now from all sources aggregates j Mr. I. S. Parish Is very 111 at his; Luiiie in cary oi pneumonia. srcrniLiMft. Cnusmalkal. As Alabama, negro. to bad Jest 'several years a a nraat is a New York faaily, returning to hH hoa, : attempted to Instruct members of bis : family la correct oiage. especially Is : their language. One day at the la ; ble bit brother said to htm: "Gimme onse l&es, Sata "You rausn't say 'lasses." correct ed Sam. "You must say mola-. "What 1 you talktt. 'bo-jt?" grunted b!s brother. "How t gwiae to say rr.o laes when I ain't had nose yet?" McCaH'a Magazine. Till: AXC1KYT HLHltlRr. J (Cost la 54 trvts pace l,i French ftsadly cafe vp oa ac-sfei ctU layr ao. As Sla of-e 4 i& ;-ay CMsawry for $2t &e Ihm foo4 wpplf .tei&" etSuit4 f dessju;tf4 a rrcri. Tfce lyf tall tho53c thff f&agt a 4eperate lat-i!tiffii f!?t a feof Ary. Ik- at the cud a ad l-tit f tlsei Tie lfe4iaa relM!: ""He 45e, se brat? garrtca Hte4 t fall lat fe co to fca?; r ssrt;i gro&4. sh U hied r r V II 4 1 force tse Laciiil a4E &rtoser. ;ia: Crest Sint iay. Yoa.ttr sy by nefiik iii "tlK;e tSe KU about ehs!ei as fucdt were ratiaia low. TSe e4U tioa or the reran or Jl&3 st ac- cepted by Kuh ;de as' a trce tor; three fears agreed t3ios. So the! great ar i a draw an is!tSscr 1 aide had any adraatajre. cotaith-! tiat saey Me a-ay 454. lie ay aaow fee!tt- Tleti sse sate t hatt aJ tr tM to Ssl ys cot the r-r!tt- Kfhaac e. He Are liter A I War. He Kww the IolUirin. (From the Washington Star.) Tier re tn thtaca etriUstty atacdin the great loa or life a& the ; t r. cy a ?ig. Hat Haealea f oney cot. ! ArcVca Saie !S1 haiUh Uea fa aoy 1 One or the incidents or the tar- - form. It aot iuMtjes the ttchisr. Jerome S. McWade. the mlllionair render or the French city na4 Irrilatloa. taSaassaSioa or eltiaf. collector, said at a political banquet 4 above ui the EnglUh demand thatUt glees consfort. Invite Joy. Great In Dluluth: 1 six prominent citixr, or the city b! et healer of bsra. bolls, uWr, eats. "I eee by the papers that a lady t delivered to the Klcg of Kaglaad brulsea. ecxen;a. scalds, pt&pfc, fkta high in oKcial life recently set down t ltn rop around stheir necka. the jeroptloaa. Only 2 S ceau at all drag, her poiiton as 'a servant's wife' inference, of course. Win' that theyjgiats, explaining that her husband was a mould huDfC at OBCe. Tb French j servant of the people. Well, that re- j commander announced the demand! imlnda me ' j and caIled f eltitena to volunteer, j FIR OPY PI IRPH Mr. Wade smiled. 1 ti. k, .jUlvUrO I VIJjLVCJLr . i s wsaiir sa, iaa ir r itruva i inai rerainas me, " ne saia, oi a i stump speaker who shouted from his : stump: reer in the Democratic party. A Figure of Speech. (From Life.) Father and son were walking the iRtrpetR and nassed a large park In Among the lawyers attending Su-; which were many statutes. One of j.n n.e Court here are: Ex-Judge F. them the largest of all was of a I). Winston, of Windsor; Solicitor j woman. John H. Kerr, Warrenton; T. T.J "Father, what is that?" asked the Hicks. A. J. Harris, and Thos. H. son, pointing to this particular one, I'ittman, Henderson, and ex-Judge B. which was inscribed, 'Woman.' U winbourne, Murfreesboro. "That Is not a statute, my son," . A. Kins, said to be the prln- j answered the father. "It Is but a . , ...,.o olnaf .ho hunch of ! Sure OI EPeetu. ( ijtai v uucjo "to"'""" " blind tiKers arrested, has been arrest ed himself, charged with retailing, ; laced in jail in default of a bond of for his appearance before Jus tire of Peace Bledso Friday at 10 o'clock. The firm of Job P. Wyatt Sons have moved into their new building on Wilmington Street. The old Wy att building has been purchased by the Commercial National Bank which will erect a large bank building on the corner of Martin and Wilmington Streets. C.overnor Kitchin on last Tuesday granted a conditional pardon to Char lie Warren, convicted in Burke Coun ty, and sentenced to five years in the State Prison; also commuted the sen tence of Charlie Hairstbn, convicted in Mecklenburg County in 1910 of manslaughter, and sentenced to four years on the roads. Mr. George H. Wright, of Ashe ville, record examiner in the legal branch in the United States Depart ment of Agriculture, spent Tuesday in the otlice of Secretary of State, examining titles to lands recently contracted for by the Government for the Applachian Forest Reserve. Many acres have been acquired. j " 'We politicians are the slaves of I the public! S " 'No wonder, then, growled a man I In the front row. 'that the whole world Is In favor of slavery aboli tion.' " Liquor Law Not Enforced In Durham. Durham Sun. Statistics compiled and published i in the News and Observer Friday on the status of prohibition in this State, shows a shocking state of af fairs for Durham. Instead of drunk enness decreasing here the record proved that prohibition had not been effective in Durham, the number of drunks being trebled of the year pre vious to the enactment of the new law. There is no doubt but that the law is being enforced here as well as in many other cities of the State, but a larger amount of whiskey is shipped to Durham each day. RUNNING FOR. PRESIDENT. Kitchin Will Fire First Gun Friday Night. Goernor Kitchin will open his Senatorial campaign at the Academy of Music Friday night. A Kitchin Club was formed in Raleigh Friday night. Where Does Money Come From Used by the Candidates? (From the Detroit Free Press.) Governor Wilson, of New Jersey, has now four headquarters, in Tren ton, New York, Washington, and Chi cago. The up-keep of such estab lishments is costly. Offices must be rented, managers and clerks must be paid, printing and postage bills must be met. Dr. Wilson is certainly not rich. It is only a short time since he was seeking a Carnegie pension. Wrho is supporting the Wilson campaign? DECISION IS A WISE ONE Opsn Dsbato In the Senate en Arbi tration Treaties Will Be Approved by the Country. All parties eeem to be pleased by tho decision of the senate to debate the arbitration treaties In open ses sion. The aapporters of arbitration desire to hare the principle debated on Its merits In public so that the people can judge of the measure In stead of Its being decided by the se cret manipulation that too often set tles questions, especially those that are treated In execntlve session. The I opposition seems anxious to Improve the opportunity for oratory, bringing out their objections to It Possibly some of them may entertain covert notions of talking the treaties to death. Whether there Is ground for auch a uspiclon or not, the method Is the rlht one for this, as for most leclshv tire propositions where an important principle is involved. In this case the j proposition Is momentous, holdlna; oat i a hope for the future of relieving the i world of one of lta greatest burdens, j The obvious way is to hare a fair j and frank statement of the objections to It If there are objections that will ! bear statement a full consideration ' of the gains and an honest and public showing on which side the advantages finally rest. With that done, there is little doubt as to the judgment of pub- ; lie opinion. j Deepest Snow of the Season. Raleigh was visited Saturday night with the deepest snow of the season. In fact it was the deepest snow that has fallen in this city since the mem orable snow of February, 1899. It measured seven to eight inches but began melting rapidly with the rise in the temperature. It seems that it snowed in streaks over the State. Greensboro and Reidsville reported no snow. Washington, N. C, report ed twelve inches, and Waynesville re ported a heavy snow with the temper ature below the freezing. The far mers say this heavy snow and the cold winter will mean a good crop year. John Ross Will Go to The Electric Chair Tomorrow. John Ross, colored, will be put to death in the electric chair at the State penitentiary tomorrow morn ing. Ross and Frank Gladden, a white man, were tried at the special term of court in Cleveland County last month for the murder of Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon, of that county. Ross confessed that he hit Mr. Dixon in the head with an axe, and he was sentenced to die in the electric chair. He also stated that Gladden was im plicated in the murder, but the jury would not believe his unsupported testimony, and acquitted Gladden. The Case of Dr. McCullers Argued Be fore the Supreme Court. The case of Dr. J. J. L. McCullers against the Wake County Board of Commissioners was argued on appeal in the Supreme Court Saturday after noon. The point at Issue is whether the Board of Health or the County Commissioners had the right to name the county physician. The attorneys for the Commissioners claim that the act of the Legislature giving the Board of Health the right to name a county physician if not named by the Commissioners within a given period, is unconstitutional. Dr. McCullers served , for awhile, but the Commis sioners have refused to recognize him or Pay him a salary. Write to Your Congressman. Shelby Highlander. Do you believe in the government ownership of telegraphs one of the greatest boons of the age a reform that every important civilized coun try in the world (save only the United States) has adopted with splendid success a measure that would mean increased enlightenment to our people? Do you believe in the parcels post another reform that would bring the blessings of city life, without its handicaps, to the homes of the coun try people and help check the dis couraging rush to the great cities? This boon is enjoyed by every civi lized country in the world, save Uncle Sam alone. Too Many Southerners of the Blease Type in the Senate Now. Charlotte Observer. Nevertheless, we are hardly In fa vor of kicking Blease upstairs into the United States Senate as a means to get rid of him at any cost. Our Southern States have already mnload ed upon the hapless Senate about all the material of this sort It can stand. Medal for Colonel Roosevelt, Paris, Feb. 12. The National Zoo logical Society of France has awarded a grand gold medal to Theodore Roosevelt "for services he has ren dered as a naturalist." A kitchen range in the home of Mr. Thomas F. McCarthy, at New Bern, exploded Monday, blowing the roof off the kitchen and the doors across the room. During the time another fire broke out in the city, and on account of the frozen pipes the fire department could not do efficient service and the loss amounted to about $5,000. The Smart Set, in the March issue, adds one more "name to Its long list of "discoveries" which, as is gener ally known, includes the late O. Hen ry. This new author with something to say is Patience Bevier Cole, who, 'n "Ivy's Chance" presents a realis tic story of uncommon power. . IGNORE FINDING OF EXPERTS Democratic Leaders Have Their Own Ideas as to Revision of the Tariff Schedules. Democrats In the house of represen tatives are making no secret of their purpose to proceed with their revision of the tariff without any regard, to the expert information on the subject fur nished and to be furnished by the tar iff board. In accordance with this policy the ways and means committee has postponed Its consideration of the woolen schedule in order to allow time for the facts and conclusions present ed by the board and communicated to congress by the president to pass from the public mind, and is now busy ing itself with other schedules, with regard to which no undesired and In convenient enlightenment has been re ceived. Chairman Underwood and his Democratic colleagues feel that they can get along better, that they can make more rapid progress and accom plish results more satisfactory to themselves when they are not burden ed with too much knowledge. They do not experience any need for infor mation. They can concoct tariff schedules out of their own Inner con sciousness, and that is what they pre fer to do. Meaning W. J. B.f The Buffalo Express views 1912 wit alarm. It says The year which Just been ushered In Is classed by some seera as a year fraught with much danger. Dire happenings are predicted. The stars forecast them. Men need to be cautious in their com ings and goings and in all their do ings. There are evils to be avoided, ca tastrophes to be guarded against. One must be watchful, alert, vigilant. For 1912 is a leap year." Nor are all the perils those pe culiar to leap year. There are like wise those which camp upon the trail of a people capable of listening to a Loud Noise and accepting It as wis dom, patriotism and statesmanship. Johnstown (Pa.) Democrat Usual Democratic Procedure. This year's Democratic platform can not be foretold. The Democratic na tional convention will be held the week after the Republican convention and the Democrats won't know until :he Republicans get through what heyll have to "declare against. Democratic Novelty. Nobody will blame the Democrats it rejoicing In their party "harmon bile they can. It is not only a nar- :ty, but is liable to disappear any jent. Kansas City Journal. were known to be, they hesitate.! long before coaplyln. But Katase St Pierre s't last addressed hlx fellow-citizens an' offered to be one o the six. "Who comes next?" asked St Pierre. "Your son," exclaimed a boy not yet 21. "Who next?" asked St. Pierre. "Your kinsman," said John de Aire, an' soon the required number ov volunteers had appeared. What the outcome would have been nb one can tell. But in the heat ov passion, amidst the bitterness ov war, that thing' that Sherman called "hell, it ir likely that the heroic French would hev gone to their doom. But a new factor appears just in time. The Queen ov lands at th rantnrd Prnrh ritr ac L MwCi at once visits her husband, the King, i l rtim.. . J.. She learns awl about the six con-. fSTw!r" demned men an their impendin fate, t l Dptinc ...'I...'.". Addressin her husband, she said : j ftSST ' "The question is not the lives ov six LvHatm IZI men it respects the honor of the ; Z fffi8"'" English nation, it respects the glory 1 1 L&... 1 1 rt mm mm W T-1 I J 1 I M . -. '" ov my zi.uwa.ru, my aunuauu, my Relief at Osm. Address DR. JOHN T. PATTERSON Raleigh & Southport Ry. Co TIME TABLE THE MARKETS ttALKum yrm hahmtt. r lune 4 Ca I H 4-5 1 a c . . , .. I ?.; ...... Hit, - M? Ok RAUOG1I moulCS MiMtt -- ts alter Lr4 . , tits ........ If a pnas cm Sveet pZAem , Cera faa ... Il , . . S te . JJt . . . 0 . .11 at . . . . t ae . II M Wfeea ru!& aefUr. pU &e&Uoa this $ajer. For Sale . heap A 3-lrawer National Oth Reg ister, in ctoi condition. Orimil cost f475. No rrxwruUlr offer refused. Fur description and pnee addrrsx. H. M i, Iku 237. (irren short?, N. C. STATIONS. England Lciaiii: King." Continuln along the same line, she declared that the stage upon which the men would suffer would become a stage of honor to the men but a stage of shame to England an' an Indelible disgrace to hiz name. "Instead, let us put them to confus ion by applause and bury them under a shower of gifts." "Be it so." said the King. Bring them before us at once. The con demned volunteers were brought an' the Queen gave them the glad tidings that their lives would not be requir ed. Closin' her speech, she said: "Rivals for fame, but always friends to virtue, we wish that England were entitled to call you her sons." The brave St. Pierre, the first to volun teer, replied to the Queen: "Ah! my country; it is now that I tremble for you. Edward the King only wins our cities, but the Queen conquers our hearts." Thus it was that a very tragic end in' wuz averted an' the two neighbor in' countries were placed in a posi tion to enjoy at least a period of peace, an' though they have been at war since, they have never managed to get az mad at each other az they did before the happenings related above. Az ever, ZEKE BILKINS. (To be Continued.) SOUTB BOUND, auj&f. U.t Nltt Ha. 4 sW etf ef Ht fm iLm I SO 1 M S5 It I St t a St 1 SB 7 07 t tz i it ? xa t 64 Si T i 14 IU T 4 as t as i sc I 40 t I ct (J i u to ce t fit as 10 ea t ei a u 10 u t r tt to ts t tl 4f 10 U Its I St 10 O 1 S3 64 11 10 4 ee n A. M. P. M. P. at HOtTHKllX RAILWAY KCMIiitlXD. taut. STATIONS. Lt Slocnih Lv Lu Lt Lv Rmlwel Lt HarMtt L LUtiiarton Lt C Fr Lt Klptlae Lv rhsJrfceste Lv Fuqaar Springs Lt VsjIbs, Lt Willow Sprints Lt McCullers Lv Caraleltb Ar Raleigh NO.S8 Ne.80 No. 42 A. at. P. at. P. at .... a co l re a w .its l ts aa .... S S3 1 12 I 43 I 45 1 41 i 14 IU 1 12 CO t 01 IU C ill 2 aa i 14 t IS W t X8 t 14 43 St I SO C 4t ih t a 7 10 00 2 U 7 14 10 Of I 02 7 U lOTi I It 7 41 10 44 t as u 10 o s ts I ta 4& M. sP stf P Btl The Societe D' Acclimation, of Paris, has awarded the special grand medal given by that society to Col. Roosevelt, eulogizing him as a "mighty hunter," and requesting the American Ambassador Bacon, who present, to expres to Col. Rooevelt the adimration the society had for him. TtIt) top mi rlrraJ to rrtir a4 du obsrgcpuMn gcri st toliowixm potat &t sbcv to above tfme tble: SrlelB. Bar. Bls Garden. Banla. Caik. Carver' fall tod SEABOARD AIR-LINE Schedule Effective Apiil IS'U. 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