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IvrtteT. February 22. 191 2. J
TUB CAUCASUS. t RESIDENT'S MESSAGE Special Message on the Employes' Compensation Bill KKAh axcii:.vt iilstory. (Continual from page 1.) jTb French were rdy to glre epJotaaoemt mA m tola Otir 3f CHHI t U J Atme to 9yfsaw vw-w awi reoart tia &asttsf4 ajsaj I tfrvftrt fi?rwt rif s f"ifi?s. grand train; he is cletbe-i in gar- 7"- ".I"" " '''ZZV: .'ZZT , menu shining with gold and Jee!s; be fiti Sth the cro n upon his head, yet ;la' ine himself tio the bishop ; and afchbUhor, though above ail leant, mounted on her hit hor. Btfe carried a iwo:4 which the b4 described t-efore she saw hit, on other jersons stumbled. Then hit r.w j . . . . ... . . . .. . Catherine de J or toil, whef the ha4 iz s.-.id that hU own brother are the at ! r; '. .. nt uttfiti tho Kins, ordinary . j ' -yml.lr lor t.ini" ,,r .,- rvanlg not MnK trusted, though! never been, and which the claimed wax inter, JfJ bjr the heecif power Noifolk Southern Railroad nonrc or ran -XI GUT EXIUGA" ; ahiir Waa Cir ni i tW4 MflHiN ! f hftt h tij Hit f M t ?w . denca! Injuria of lUJIroad Km- there were ninny in the palace. ifraBr, in1 m,fiRf tJUr ' Tw tU ICafoft Utolte iir iM-4 in tilk and other fine rood ' : . . . . .7 . orfoi Scmtlteni fUIlm i"""' - j Of course the dinner mention-! f f ligenff of Urn Krnplojo or wuz th rtyle for extra tate affairi, . htn the "quality" uz invited. The I Kins probably enjoyed hiz mush and ? v.'ii -hlr:Kton. I). C, Feb. 2 Com- sravy in a plain manner when there p .., n for accidental injuries of wuz no company around. ao snap (i J f-niploycH, In accordance witn " ;i mrnira, eic. ! and poUive seal, as r-om-' Charles "th duz succeeded by the !.-d by the Kni;doyT8 .lability dauphin. who wuz crowned az Workncn'fi Compensation Com- 'bar lea th. This monarch wuz af- n. v,as to-day urvd by Presi- dieted -a ith insanity an several ov hiz Taft as a Iei?i.lativo emctment relatives looked after things, which (( la) m-HHag to Congresa. kcou became some hat tangled. This :,. i.u-MHau'e outlined a bill. Con- cindit!on caused Henry f,tb. King- oi it t!)1 rres'W-nt declared that KnBland, to have destgnft upon :! ory v.ns that each employe France. He landed at Hnrileur with ; '. Insured against injury bus- , about 30.000 men, mo-tly archerr. . ! in bin -vork. without refer- ; That city at first promised to surrea- contributory m-KliKnce and tr. garrison afterwards nut the common law limitation , ' hanged and determined to resist. ! emr. lover's liability. p'!..- English King raptured hit later ma &is ar sol 1 t&&$ t Walt I ur cn-srnis; " Covstj " Eai4 U Ij w jW inI r;r Uss. U c4 fcf ih prpem f Os U t t t-.J ft ; t rf t!t 4H cf th 1 ;oftU telit! ttis t Uft i Tea ir. t&rfr. t ! tttivfustl. t:i ti jSar U?ar th Cr cf Wfc fs bttow l s.U ?i t et Sf?or coin on th nth j t t- I W,ttrt, Stm Utahr. Itll. c4 ar 4r i JM- O lUiiiy. st.. 1 C A Ji4 to lhp titloa hlth t &s ttfte. D C, OSe r. jnio me cuy or ur.eans Joan ae MJlIKllVLK IS KFFECT SEPT. 24 I h cSrt or sU cjet e4hr rytrisla M W hop in the brea: ov the French garrison an thit the EngiUh io took hit aerlouslr. The fim thing ne &ary wuz to get a supply ov fool to rrtTta Atl lotaui Is tLtru North CWro i f a:. 3-. 4 i? i i"' fl: ' e I t" f "J- Arc personally commanded the troops sent out to get the food and hurry back Into the city. She rode in front ov the wagons containin" the food an it iz probable that no woman eer got such a welcome az wuz given her. by the starvin' troops and eitixens in the beseiged city. Her reputation az a soldier an in inspired soldier, wuz made and every man in the French garrison wuz ready to follow her. Hit iz even said that the English troops could have prevented her en trance with theXood supply, for they raw the wagqn train, but that the soldiers simply stood an- admired the bravery ov the girl and refused to fire upon her or the soldiers haulin' MILL A HI) MUU Otr Wsk Saperlcr Court J. C L. HARRIS. Att'y. only rase, according to the : 1111,1 tn garrison wuz put to the -e, i-i wnicn no compensation is the food. An they were wise, for aiiowo.i under me proposed UJwase brave az the English are the world : in is where the injury or death :i employe is caused by his wlll intention to bring about the ln- . or death of himself, or another. in cases of intoxication. "Twey provide for medical and jiu.-p'.tal service for the injured man. ;jr a notice of the injury to the em soon put a stop to operations. Then would never have forgiven such an . . rt hm.mi an - act under the circumstances. t- rencn made nit vvarm for them. The French finally intercepted him But the trave girl had only com- U. th pUintlSs mill pptT t th v. n . .. . . - ovri tor an order 4irt!sg sh d S. B Th foUowing ehednW fU of th Ua4 l(rt!aWf,r9 4eerti4 are published &a lnforaaUoa cm!, tnd tbe n,!Mr:r1it ef 4 g,,. .fiu are not c?trnii jtlosr to Mj ta5 tu Tr.ia Le,e Itle4gt ;dj to a j3rchar ;ia p. zn, -uaaiy z.s ? press." PuUtsma Sleeping C.r fo Norfolk. , a Dally for WlUon Washicgtoa and Norfolk. Brotli i'jirlor Car service biwa RaUIgl usd Norfolk. 6:15 . tn. Dally, except Sunday ' for New Bern via Checowlntty. Far j for Car serrlce. 2:40 p. m. Dally, except Sunday for Washington. Trains Arrive Raleigh 7:20 a. m. Dally.; 11:20 a. m dally except Sunday and 8:15 p in ; dally. Trains Ideate Goldsboro I Four-year courses li AgrteoHure. 10:15 p. m. Daily--Nigbt Ea n Civil. Electrical, aad Mechanical Dr EIr: me wt tate Bitlet as to 1 can to&9 ' lcnU;i !l tt) if tare tfcse ttdy t itsttfit csy rtw4l srrl tt;! ssa 4all4. l-S . . ft trMit si ?..., , ... Toa aei state,.,. .... ... Schools and Colleges THE NORTH CA!tOIJ. COLLEGE OF AGRICHLTU2E AND MlCOANiC ARTS The State's IndostrUl Cotlece, with a superior force in number but f p!eted a ama portion ov her task. ; prMpullmaa Sleeping Car fo Engineering; in Industrial Chemie- ever The:rfhe soon sailed forth from the t-; Norfolk via New Berm. . I .-1 A ft a . ...fftl ft . A A - . A. . . 1 J ft ' and finally got out ov France Le df;ted b)' orinary means- In and Norfolk. Parlor Car betwee. the English whipped them English continued to retreat, how- Ti,r i i it t? uir- iiiiui y ij me em- v- hcre such notice is not ob- I" badly disorganized condition, i l"f ,. K t Ioris i VVashlngton and Norfolk. , ..i,, , , . erected by the Lnglish, she wuz nn vr ai.-..slv Kiven by the accident itself: carrying a considerable number ov . , ' 6 . A 3.20 p. m. Dally for K V.. th ,rV w the French az prisoners. -uuuuru UJr u -r.uw. wucu euu , 0rleilU &nd Beaufort, li ' "-" - ; . . ner neck. Drawing out the arrow s oprlejl r t-m. !if : if not by agreement, by In 141 the English monarch ; v. u J ; , service. C rwi.l adjuster, to be confirmed made another try for the French ! """""""T" l" Por further Information ------- f i, ,. ,, . iue cnarge an soon piaiuea ner uan- kfttinn nf PiiJ!mn h .- ,,.rt nnt tf -i (nrv to Ho- crown, for he could not eet over the, . . vauon oi ruumso I -..j;,, ,0 , ; pWed onbyaj ry desire to wear hit. though he had a "er "phn tne wan ov a fort. apply to r' i ." L , rent ernwn wira,riv Tfo Lnglish soon decided that it wuz use- D. V. CONN. General i t" ,t it ii ii yj i i n. .vij' ioicv - ew Ben i Parlor C. lated m proportion to tne wages re- r", a ieade- and beat Wiwd and the more or less serious w,?z in a bad wa'. for crinie an' kin-;Th S .... . ... rl rcH Viin o-o V t H r,.f C V. ' 1 "e "S ent O.UUU rflnra n r oi u.e mjuiy ue.e ueaiu gean and routed th itlo.-s not ensue, specific provision he- "Ul a" u6."iTu loIbo, iuc uai i uciuh luau and reser A cent. i Ipk! tn fifht apn nef n fnma. with cuh . . a hasty retreat. I w. R. -HUDSON. W. W. CROXTO General Supt. Gen. Pasa. Agt.. try; in Cotton Manufacturing asi Dyeing. Two-year course in Me chanic Arts and in Textile Art. Oae year course In Agriculture. Thees course are both practical and sclss tiflc. Examinations for admlsaioa ar held at all county-seats on July 11 For catalogue addreee ' THE HFX3I.STHAR, Vet IUleigh. Jf. C. men against Jer- e Earl of Suffolk, e a prisoner, an' Norfolk, Virginia. 1 1 l ! r"'r;:'';0V:,, T8r be made 'country. Hit sTem hat Prance 1 ,,oan. de, Am, ln, -ty at S.4LK OF U.,0 FOU PABTTTION 1M' (omptnsauon is 10 oe maae the head ov the French troops. Two: in form of nnniial nivmpnts fnr a must yield to English control in some ; 101 , tv. in lorm 01 annual pa menis ior a i u x- 1 Generals, Scales and Talbot, were in the SuDerior Court Hi, miner or years or ior me. me - " taken in another battle in a few days. : ... , t otrr,wo or-Q Dno neuill an the trench forces were s . .. . . ' 1 School A battle .wuz fouerht near Vpr- n- Pron,h ro ! taken m another battle in a few days. ; Before Millard Mial. Clerk. j.,... . . . -1 So Joan, afterward known az the North Carolina Vak Countv. Vifw iiiv limited hv Hip ict Tho rem- "y ueieaiea. IJUt ine UUKe OI , , , ,, , , , . j - iiu any nmitta dj tne act. ine rem- . , . JV i Maid of Orleans, had made good. Vdw.vi offered nre exclimive of anv "pdford, who commanded the Eng-1 c, u j t u 1 7 . eaies onerea are exclusive oi any .... . 0 ! She had raised tho seipe nf Orlennss Tnhn c inv.ni. cn nmnn fr-m lisn, round about this time that he; . .4 V .1 , w.v, . c.. others. The statistical investigation an' she soon witnessed the crowning T- 17 - 1 J . I 1. - i . . ri . . . . i nu out ouuu nnucowu iuc iiunuiiif, i-tena r reRinnn. u a wi r: uannii r,e m eh,,,., thif nnrior tho art the, miisi return io tngiana. mat saveu i , ... . , , 5 -eerr.s to snow mat unaer tne act ine ... 1 ov Charles az Kincr. which evfnt oc- wnnam or, a nortrU wmiom. fcost ,n the rallroarts would be per- "ance once rore tor her people took cu Rhelms" Joan now re- h U wife Ezetter Stewart ya..s 25 er cent more than the total " 3 cou?e .att .te"?'n8t'on- i uuested permission to retire from the ' ..on n -k k'nir t.h . ..rt n 1 1 . I n n - - - - ' in me iiigiisu siajcu cv iicLitr luugcr 3Exp-rt tralntre sod er twltlr tnlrd tcher and eipert'ncrd chyttctta who baa devoted blattfc tut ha r rk. Horn iarititiK, 300 acres of beauiful liwn and woodtaftd r pieatirv ffrnnd ottwe ayntem. Llegaotlr appointed build n?a. elertric lisnt.d and tetn heated. Hi j H1t endorsed nd rtOBBiQeoded by prorrionl pbraictana. nlntater and patrooa. Beaut-ful bo mailed on application. Dr. Jftba p. Stewart. Ms IS. Faramsak. Sr. THE NORTH CAROLINA State Normal and Industrial College Ualatit f ta tm 1V W e Kortb CaeckUfta. r rc r iMfm l4ift t tecr. Sriftl Cr4r tr tw Se fr tsUKHI ft IblMft fcft IfTrf 14 Wtirtft U'tkrt tft tb Stat. falU ftftl W1a i4W li. till rr ra!aift al S Utrat 4 dreaa JlliVS L rOUST. rmUrst, CrtrstWs, JL C ladestrial Chris tlaa Colleflc. Ice An Ideal Iotia!io for bert a4 tfta Mt STadt retlefta rora ad f Oea mar acbool ta tb Sow. CifM .a)U tra rtty robtamtnatuniia. no a 4raaaH U mr tmmm. oanttr: beatbfal aa I be avmiatai tit arua ter Kattroad ftdeamiasea a&4 Salt attU. Can WOkK or far jros war re fl laVr matkm addreaa hre.Ueat JO MX W. TTKDaiL A. M.. LL. D KlsafojL H. C i,Mft La " m m f I 1 1 a t VJf v m ' m x .i m V-j tney now mcur , - --- j army but this wuz refused for some j Sidnej Finch. Maud. OeorSla. and n a fro'i tpsr ovi i wn rn rno nrrv. i ' - " v. " . i . r..A i l . 1 a it., i lose,l measure would destroy was, in I been changed only a few days. The the President's opinion, the multl-' English knew that they were in a bad tuIe of suits under the common law, ! wa an did not know that the t rencn were so near tne ena ov tneir time. But the brave girl finally lost out, wuz tried for witchcraft an' burned alive, a stigma, not upon the French people, but upon the low pol- Vnow clogging courts and postponing , j iticians who got into control soon ! ' - u - i a 1, 1 j 1 a l -1 icijuui v.r-o sj u iiuis. uim iiv 1 nr i juhuuku me laws ueias a unai uu- - - . arter Joan de Arc made her unequal! f.j ustment. French generals, with 1,000 men, compelled the Earl of Warwick to ! f Would Have to Se th Plmtoirrivnher raise the seiSe of Montargls. This ed reputation. Az ever, Again. , advantage, slight az hit wuz, renew- ZEKE BILK1XS. ' ed French hope-an caused the Eng- f A woman came into a photograph- nsh military leaders to feel a bit i f-er's studio in San Francisco the other Dlue Best ov awl hit put new life j oay, says the Argonaut, and said to into tne French people, for they had 1 xiie proprietor: 'gotten to the last dregs ov disap- I "Do you take children's photos?" , pointment in war. Still another les. certainly madam." STU.WGE 3IAX IX THE ASYLUM. (Continued from page 1.) He told Dr. Picot that he had never studied medicine anywhere, that he Ervin Finch, the three last are minors. Order of Sale. By virtue of a special proceeding In Wake Superior Court and entitled as above, and a judgment thereof, 1 : will offer for sale on the premises ! near the town of Garner, N. C, on x. Saturday, the 16th day of March, I 1912, at 12 o'clock M., the following I described land: Adjoining the lands of S. G. Holle ! man and others, and beginning at a j stake the corner of S. G. Holleman j thence eighty-eight (88) degrees. east f "Well." said the woman sorrow 5 mill, iifvu u Kin uuuui wi .tcaio wiu. . j A . - I fullv "T shall hava in von ntrain , treat these Cases. he Said, "and VOU . , . - ' " .tv,v. .-i-." out; tvui a. stri vain in Ulll gui CICtCU. twenty-four and threeSfths 5) poles to j of S. G. Solleman; thence south "Yes. certainly madam." .... . - ' naff roQn Q r m o n n t n a. on nlant anri I now raucn do von etiaree?" v. t ' """Jv'1- i a oe r,ni.. .f.Vn 5 r He UUllUlS a UOZeil. rv- linmroni rr tho Vii-irrl or nv T nr ' I rn an vthin(r "Hut T lnnn- tn rain, lived a girl about 27 years old. uf ..v. . i eleven (11) degrees, west twelve and a small hotel.', T ', . . I one-half (12 1-2) poles to a stake; tt t . o., j rvnuw ,t. i i-au g,u tuiuugu luis uiairei.. iv.t oo " i " ' iitr name wui JUiin us .rc. one wuz . , , . , . , . . -u;uci3 eiuijr-iUi. oo; uegiw, i . . A ... . , , land show you plenty of people who; ik Z , . -u. 3 a modest, religious girl. Knowing . .. . , . .. : west twenty-four and three-fifths I Woman Suffrage and the Presiden- the desperate condition ov the affair I B " lI?1Ilg tn. ,ma"el j (24 3-5) poles to a stake S. G. tial Election. tof France, she determined to help j p.ltn, nem' a, ytU knW " , I Holleman's line; thence north seven- Asheville Gazette News. her country, to flte for hit; in fact.! J 1"!!?? f f agnoss- j teen (17) degrees, east twelve aiid i 1 0. : . ' n , ! Dr. Watkins exhausted his biography . 1 . . . .. K I It is estimated that about 800.000 She applied to the Governor of Band- aDQUt th,g time, disdained all of his ! e )'2) ,PleS l the beg1n 1 women will have the suffrage in the iccourt and told him that she wuz j kin an(J dismissfed nis interviewers ! nin contarining two acres more or I coming Presidential election. The destined by heaven to free her coun- l . ho flrtrrtllih1v Ht.tr,,. 'I ,ess- The sale is to be made for partition among the heirs-at-law of Allan e as- 3 mV !rin I whom he thoroughly distrusted. x B j j rr-., ... 1 $ lOtai popular VOte in lyiJS Was H,- .ll-T "c w.mwt , T. -nthnrltlAS hnvo n.o rlato of 4 .nss.442. the plurality of Taft over, didn't pin much faith to the girl an' J a They haye neyer heard Qf j among the heirs-at-law of i I Bryan being 1,269,804. The woman ! her claims. But she wouldn't give j relatlve8 'and haven,t the sligMest j Stf wart and to make real estat Jolly & Wpnic Jewelry Co. EVERYTHING IN JEWELRY Cut Glass Sterling Silver Our repair department is unexcelled. We fit you up with glasses correctly and guar antee satisfaction. Drop us a card. 128 F A YETTEVI LLE STREET RALEIGH, N. C. vntorc or ?t o,Q Qtoto f Paiifnmio uu. He finally save her a letter to . , . . sets. Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Washington. the King ov France.' The dignitaries theory Qf m picot tQ he' an eg i The land will be sold In two par- and Wyoming. All these States ex- about the throne thought she wus d tient at gome other hospital. ! l8, f ,ODe aC5e eaCh t0 the h,ghe8, 3 ruMt rrilT-orlrt xx-s oorr oi in tries net tl- Utvill UUL HUUilV Ufl'IUtfU LO KIVC U.. . i . . . t.t wiucn; IU1 vaau. Presidential election by the Republi- her a chance and she wuz shown to;turni up ftt tfae hos ital Mme'days! cans. A little examination of these the public in a military suit an duly , agQ the gecond tJm found Mm aJ. ; tacts and figures shows the nossibil- commissioned to raise troops. She j mn. atorvoH qh t, ,(o , ity of a balance of power being held mounted on a magnificent white ritv f rnwfn ni H1 r,imp; by the women in the Presidential horse. The English were at the mo-1 ther with aQ irrislible mpaisIon to I'UBUOATIOX OP SU3DIOXS. The title Is perfect. J. C. L. HARRIS. Commissioner election of 1912. ment beseiging the city ov Orleans. be a doctQr in the hogpltaL He has - ' t THE BATH TUB TRUST APPEALS r ' . 7XA1 !ll I II II li lHI II I Mill I li II If i I il 1 1 II i - -V ' j compromised by agreeing to become j NORTH CAROLINA Wake County. 1 janitor or anything else. If he could j superior Court Before 3111- be induced to talk otherwise, he j lard 3Iial, Clerk. might tell something of himself, but John s. Johns, Solomon Freeman. and Rena Freeman, his wife. Den nis Williams and Georgia Williams, his wife, Ezetster Stewart, vs. Sidney Finch, Maud, Georgia, and Ervin Finch, the three last are minors. , Publication of Summons. East Carolina Teachers' Training School A State School to Train Teachers (or the Public Schiols oi North Ureli&a Every energy is directed to this one purpose. Tuition free to all who agree to teach. FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 26, 1911. For catalogue and other information, address Robert H. Wright, president. Greenville. North Carolina. ! his one and dominant aberration is the hospital doctor. He says he is thirty-five years of age, unmarried and without desire to wed. He has never practiced, he de clares, but is a sort of natural doc tor and Insanity diagnosis his long suit. He is Hippocratic in his eth ics, refrains religiously from trying j Tq SIdney Flnch Maud Qfcop fV0 'Turn It Off and Turn on the Other Faucet." to oust any other doctor and appears to have read the old Greek's ethics which yet rule the world. There is nothing of the charlatan or the em pircrist about him. He knows and knows why he knows. Doctor Watkins says he will make no further fight for the place which he lost recently. He is too ethical for that. Once losing out, he says he has no purpose to continue a eon test. Offers to intercede for him were spurned with unmeasured con tempt. Assurance that someone had come from Caswell to demand an in vestigation for him, changed his mind but little. He was able to see through the scheme to draw him out and make him talk for publication. But nothing could shake his faith that he ought to be a hospital physician. Well, It Must Have Been Awful. Yellow Jacket. It is said that the South Carolina gia Finch, and Ervin Finch, the three last are minors: This pablication Is to notify you that the above-named plaintiffs have brought a special proceeding in Wake Superior Court, before Millard Mial, Clerk, against ?ou as the heirs-at-law of Allen Stewart, for the parti tion of the following lot of land lying and being near the town ofi Garner, N. C, and More particularly bounded and described a follows, to wit: Adjoining the lands of S. G. Holle jnan and others, and beginning at a stakethe corner of S. G. Holleman thence north 88 degrees, east twenty-four and three-fifths (24 3-5) poles to a stake, the corner of S. G. Holloman, thence south 11 degrees, west twelve and one-half (12 H) poles to a stake; thence south 88 de grees, west twenty-four and three fifths (24 3-5 poles to a stake S. G. Holleman's line; thence north sev enteen degrees, east twelve and one- xiREMinrir college 1859 1892 1910-1911 Tlree hi niraS'a lust: Tn t-aidtr "t Cr-r fr frit f r C $m r t ! o the College to tiva crawuiz aai protperoa City of Dmthmi tfc BilSig ot thm Nr mm4 Cr t er Trinity. Magoileent new bafldmra with near eijapattat an J alar! fciltift. Conforubl hrsrieoic dormitoe ma i beaauf i pteaaant tmrrondi. Fiv0oartmaus A csdeauc; Sfdsaaical. Civil, aai CiacarMai iAariasJSwijC4ca tiou; Graduate. For catak-o aad other iniormatioo. sddreatT R. L.. FLOWERS, Secretary, Darbam. N. C ESTABUSHEO lOOQ Sradeots have na of th bbrary. fratuiaa. s4 atblftc Ret J Ttimitr CoHasa. f attention girea to health. A teacher m aoch docaaixory toofca aiter U tort coaanuaa ot Wy Boder his cars. FacultT of coQec cradaatea. Mart naodera aaethoda of tnsctfaMa, FaU term opens September 11. For illuatrated cataiosTw. addrcea W. W. PEELE, IXeadzamster, Dcrrtao. tt C DO MOTBELAY The Agrienltnral and Hlecliaiiical Colter FOR THE COLORED RACE Will Begin Ita F'all XerTaT Sep 1, lOll Tae yeaagr men vfeo preSer Doardthtc sad Mttsuv mast secure sewmmo&aaosts st ooee. ss the 1 tailed are beiaa rapidly rssvrved. Fof eataiot aad tasr tsJanscoa. POESEOT i. B. DCS LET, Zl Crcccro, fl. C.