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Thursday, June 20, 1912.
THE CAUCASIAN. OBSERVERSJ-ALSEIRY The Democrats and Their Cohorts Responsible for Negro Issue -True Republican" Kays It Wa tiw ning Editor of the Xew and ot- That Made Harris Swear Hi .ilianc to the Democratic I'.-irtj, ami They Voted the Ignor ant Negro Capt. Hter Say TliHr Action Should he Repud i - f - I- Mr. Editor: Allow me apace to , ,;,: !- my disapproval of the nefa-r-.!.is methods employed by J. C. L. .rris and hla cohorts to pet control , t!,.- Republican organization of vuk- County at the primary of June ! rt. 1 have been told that they , ., boys under a;, and it is a well , . ,, A!1 fact that they voted negroes, they know will not be allowed -.! in the November election, i:,, primary was said to be a legal- ,i primary. I do not see it that when people are allowed to par r;,ip;ite who are disqualified. By u-iriK the negro Loge and his crowd t,;t ?imply given the Democrats the -an.'- old stick to whale us with the j.ro the most effectual weapon thf have ever had. I therefore call upon all true Republicans to repud iate such methods as Loge and his crowd employed to rule or ruin our party. He it known that all true He- tiUUIKallo u nui waul ucfeiu t!,- f-ouncils of the party vor-. let him vote as he may. see fit. Any man who tries to drag the negro i.u.- back into politics in North Carolina should be denounced as an . i. iny to the party, and all true Re p ihlicans should repudiate the ac tion of Loge Harris and his crowd, a: .1 thus place the blame where it ! iotiiis. I: .-member that right will prevail. o:.iy stand up for what is right and p,-'.vere and ours will be the vic- . bye and bye. W. II . HESTER, mber of Executive Committee Wake County. norant negro' vote for hlra la the re cent 'primary. No, lr. !t can't be charge op to the Republican organization in Wake County, for net a atnicle member of the regular organization in the coun ty tried to drag i ntbe ignorant ne gro vote. Ever lnce Loge Harris was shut off from the Republican pie-counter he hat been connudling with the Democratic party in tela county. He has not helped the Re publican in a single campaign, but he ha toted the Democratic ticket on many occasions and had tried to burnt up the Republican party be cause he could not force the Repub-t licana to endorae the Democratic! ticket in this county. All those who) voted for the Harris-Andrew crowd! In the primary and cannot vote thlsj fall have laid themselves liable to in-j dictment, and they should be indict- j ed and shown that they can't perpej trate a fraud upon the party in this) county. A TRUE REPUBLICAN. j MANY miUED W STORU fradlat deUjctt' u Upoer4 o?.jKr tim m frrf To-day it m defeated a a poiat of , Tfcr! HUaSima. orSer, oat the lionet e!t forre d-f f tt tlare that parliamentary practkv wSllL utaU!-A f - n to staad Is their Twenty Six Killed in Missouri cot pmu and Three in Ohio lwr to-morrc. I The IUo?eU people an dthe Ta r. . ... D out their program w'- accounted la adrasce iIqm! io th levin Uie Kacramenl lo HI Ci- ttr. The Hooevelt people ear to-jf?1 Ib lo A lrla mM grrgAtJon Many Ilaildittg I"- icca of le way night they are going to fight ery I le. molUhedand HoDilmii Are Hme-' There are criea of "bolter hurl- . , . .. ... .. ed at the Rooaerelt delegate at tim! Itfc1 MUI during the Mutors. bat the coatln-1 Shelby HicbUeJvr.l A dispatch aent out from Kanaa 1 flB tUUbt ! naior Finm h4. a tUer City. Mo., under date of June istn. - i say: !!m ta Hie Ofia i:4r4 n. P&s&ttnt aa saiala a taa4r plra f&a4 by ta c44 taaai t a 4 at tor to Mt fela Uf fef ka ra& to ISg&i, fk?- aJ tJte tU csaa, aatkrea 'Jr. "Why 4o yon waat 1 Bt the other da, bt ramnf, ""WrIL 7 r " fc rn?4. "t ft! v.''"" Drklaa4 f y m a!faA4 tf BU ,v jbka frota tbe track. inf all itnls(.&1 ..in . k. k. m etenU,V Protmli at CMracu. T:." rrZH:.;: War".B Twentv-ix oersoit ar known to nave Deen auiea ana many mjureoj benator Root, temporary chair-i A) cock would bat ot4 for Lofi by a torm that passed over central man. called the Convention to order jmt-r if he fAyeoek) had bea ia tbe west Missouri late Saturday, de- at 11:15. Considerable time a a Senate. It h hurt bim itb tbr ad molishing buildings, tearing downjeonsume in clearing the aisle b-?mirera of the late Goureor. wires and leaving the smaller townsfore the chaplain offered prayer. Ile-f and country homes completely wreck-i fore the gavel fell. Root conferred j ed. HEAL ANCIENT HISTORY. Houe Unroofed at Columbus. Taft and Roosevelt floor (Continued from page 1.) Deinocnits Aided and Abetted Voting the Ignorant Negro. were made. Some ov the oldest and 1 best members ov the assembly were; put out ov office by the terms ov the! constitution, an almost Inexcusable) error, if error hit wnz. I What wuz known az the constitu ent assembly made a record for the quantity ov work performed. Hit or ganized the national guard; applied the separation ov the authorities; instituted a real jury system; made rural municipal and penal laws; freed industry from monopoly; re stored the property ov the church to the circulating medium; suppressed As for his'taxes' entr5e8 and exemptions; and. hujc avw, rtrguittieu me pUDHC school system, put hit on such a gude basis that there wuz not and hez not been but few changes since, for hit iz considered about az gude az can be devised. France had great men then, and she hez yet. Rabaut, St. Etienne, Chapelier, Montmorency, Xoillies, Volney, Sieyes, Duport, Ca mus, Barnave, Lameth, and, last, but not least, the great Mirabean, are not awl familiar names even to good his torical students. But they ranked nign among tne leadin men ov France at the time and were first and foremost in try-in' to pull the country out ov her monarchial and priest ridden condition because hit had to be done, there bein' no other course Colttmbus, Ohio, June 16. A rain anr! ifc-inr! tnrm almrtKt airmnntitif tn a tornado swept central Ohio to-day,! . . . id causing tnree aeaths, rendering hun dreds homeless and doing monetary damage estimated at more than a million dollars. The storm reached its greatest force at Zanesville where three were killed when the steeple of St. Thomas Catholic Church crashed through the roof as the morning services were being held. At Delaware the roof of St. Mary's Catholic school was lifted and borne across the street, wrecking two cot tages. In this city a number of houses were unroofed. Telegraph and telehone division headquarters here report that hun dreds of poles were snapped off and that many miles of wire was torn down. Plain City, seventeen miles west of here, was almost demolished and sev eral persons were reported to have been injured. with the leaders. The nervousness which hung over iiae convention yestern.ay vai unno- ticeable to-day. No one knew what to hatted and laughed, secure In the belief that they coutd handle what ever might develop. Root announced that an agreement was reached be tween Watson and Hadley that three hours debate, equally divided, be ad mitted. The unfinished business tak en up was Hadley's demand for elim ination of ninety-two contested dele gates from the temporary roll. When Hadley opened the debate he was re ceived with cheers. in lirt MtwUlr ia MtU Carrie Ki cry County. Wilmington. N. C. June i -la "Hthe sinh North Carolina DUtrict prj. men v.?.r4 tt i t. t . . expect; to-day policemen Z " " . "M Fayettevllle. the lrmocratic nomina tion for the National Houe. Tbe voting wa light but in favor of the incumbent in all countle. The ma jority wa 2.S00. aav an etiag ta cS a4 t'4 ratbirr feot 4ttafb lba a a til tbry t batraesS list IVtscroy 4fe4 r?4ay a4 fce? re foaa4 for tbe beta. Reported That Col. Roosevelt Has Releael HI.h Delegates. fcierrraJ Ktllel in IlatUe In Mrtico. Mazatlan. Mexico. June Thirty-two rebel and one federal were killed in battle near Topic, be tween a hundred and fifty federal and four hundred Canoista. The federals captured many prisoners. of in I in site. At first the majority faction Mr. Editor: Just a few words responsible for the constitution and the healthy laws, assumed the atti tude ov hostility to the royal power, both by restralnin' hit and by failin' to respect hits functions, ignored hit phase, in regard to the recent pri mary held in Wake. I notice the News and Observer has another at tack of "negrophobia' since the pri mary, June 1st. It is trying to show in other words. The King made a that the Republican party Is trying 'show ov resistance to some decrees to drag the negro to the front In North Carolina. The editor of the Ob server was In Baltimore and the act- that were offered him. But he wuz practically helpless and he had sense ennuff to know hit. America threw ing editor toot a special aeiignx. mi " ioi onrtilish crown a little more than a hun- dred years ago. The only visible part ov the row wuz the excessive editorial and charging up his re-entrance Into pol itics to the ReDublican leaders. Now this is just too much for a layman taxation ov tea, and the whole ov the in the party to stand. The News and' American people probably didn't use Observer shall not be one of the eon-j ten thousand pounds ov tea per year cn,-r.rc t mannx t , o r,. iBJat that time. . But that wuz merely Priest Killed in Church. Zanesville, Ohio, June 16. Three were killed and a score or more in jured early to-day when a cyclone struck here, toppling the steeple of the St. Thomas Catholic Church through the roof while services were being held. The Rev. F. R. Roach was struck and killed while adminis tering the last sacraments as 500 of the congregation were fleeing. More than 500 houses were badly damaged and fifty families were ren dered homeless. possible in Wake County and then charge it up to the Republican or ganization in this county. Now what are the facts in the case. In the primary held in Raleigh last spring it was the acting editor of the News and Observer who made Harris swear his allegiance to the Democratic ticket thereby making a Democrat out of him. It wras this, same Harris and Andrews crowd,! with the assistance of the Democratic poll-h"olders, that voted the hundreds of ignorant negroes in the recent primary. So it is in reality the Dem ocrats who have brought the ignor- a pretext, tne sparK mat went straight to the powder, for there thousands ov reasons behind and in fraont ov hiL France wuz not sufferin' from the tyranny ov a foreign crown her trouble wuz rite at home, and she ' made a successful fite against her ! self, though the end wuz far in front ov the beginnin'. The Girondist Petion wuz now elected mayor ov Paris, and procured a decree for closing the club ov the , royalists called Fuillans. The prop I erty ov foreigners wuz sequestrated, j and a new oath wuz required ov the Trfosts Th aHtnn nv pertain un- ant negro back into politics and not ,ar ministers increased the pub the Republican organization in Wake ,n fully restored. To add to hit awl, County. Still the acting editor of the News and Observer who wrote trnnhlo nu o T-nfin 1 nntiirft ornsA in the editorials referred to above now gt Domingo, a French dependency, wants to charge up the negro's reTo add tQ hU awL there wuz a pros. entrance into, politics to the Republi-j t Qy another war a clvil war. The iu"9 in iuis county wuen it is in reality the workers have announced since the Primary that many of those negroes will not be allowed to vote in the general election this fall. Then they .Kiner nracticallv stood alone at this Democrats who have i f,mr tho Moa brought him back into politics. Har-ov c;nverting a monarchy into a re ns swore last year he would support" ublio especially since hit wuz plain the Democratic nominees, and- not l tnat he dldnt and could hardly hope since that time has he sworn he was t0 stand a ghost ov a 8how in a race Republican. for the Presidency, for he didn't hev It reminds me of the case of the a William J. Bryan for an opponent, carpet bag bonds, when Democratic this bein iong before Bryan came on politicians lobbied around the legis- the carpet. The King appeared to lathe halls and finally persuaded the iean toward the Girondists, and took carpet baggers and Ignorant negroes a ministry ov their choice; among in the Legislature to pass the bonds, whom were Roland, who wuz more and then those same Democratic poll- j noted -for the smartness ov hiz wife ticians pocketed the money and then than for anything he had accompllsh charged up the whole affair to the ed; awlso Donmorlez, afterwards a Republican party. Some of the Dem- great military commander. The last UUdUC Poll noiders and Democratic named iz said to hev caused the French King to declare war against Austria soon afterward: But the Assembly began another frpnt rnntfkst at home, a oolitical have helped the Harris crowd to per-1 contest. The King opposed hiz own petrate a fraud upon the Republican ministers, and that soon got him out party in this county. In fact, some of the Democrats in the county act ually worked for the Harris-Andrews ticket, but now say they will help to beat him this fall. It Is hard to say whether the Democrats work ed harder for Harris than Harris did for the Democratic party, but it all amounts to the same. It was a Dem ocratic collision and the true Repub licans of WTake-County will repudi ate their action. I reiterate that it was the acting editor of the News and Observer who helped to make Loge Harris swear allegiance to the Democratic party and,, therefore, he s a party to bringing the negro hack into politics since it was his friend "arris who had certain negroes and certain white men to corral the ig- REPUBLICAX NATIONAL CON VENTION IN STORMY SESSION AT CHICAGO. (Continued from page 4.) the opening of the Convention, was very apparent on all sides. Along the front row between the body of delegates seats and the plat form was a solid row of uniformed police. Overcoats in Evidence. As the weather was exceedingly cool to-day a sharp contrast to for A Chicago dispatch to the Ral eigh Times at 10:30 today said that Governor Post, of Porto Rico, a friend of Col. Roosevelt, had announced that Mr. Roose velt has released his delegates of all obligations to vote for him, but that Mr. Roosevelt would not withdraw from the fight. It was stated that effort would be made to bring in a dark horse, Judge Hughes and Gover nor Bradley being mentioned. Some of the President's sup porters claimed this talk came from the Roosevelt forces. !rtr itS m Tree. Th tbUt arrsUoser of 4ata ta tie winter aad uprise nosth U p&3 ttonla. !! adtaar arat are roUi aad rrtp. In aar attark ty oa of the tnaladlwi ao ttsa thouU to I In taking the Ut snedtrtft eMala able to drle It ff. Cosjatk t&ot aandi hate found thlt to fce lr. Klnc'a Nw IMwrotery, "My hutfea4 WUevra It haa kpt him frota hails pneumonia thrt or foar tics . wrltea 34 ra Gtor W. Place. IUw. aonvllle. Vt., "and for roughs, co!4 and croup we ha neter foa4 tta equal." Guaranteed for all fcroa chlal affectlena. Price &0 eeata and 11.60. Trial bottle fre at alt drut-store. When writing advertiser, pita mention this paper. DEMOCRAT TO SUCCEED MAJOR GRANT. It is Announced That Mr. George Greene, of Wilson, Will Become Clerk of Federal Court in Eastern District on July 1st. To-days's News and Observer an nounces there will be a new Clerk of the Federal Court in Raleigh effective July 1st. The" Observer will say: "Major H. L- Grant, Republican, who has been Clerk of the United States Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina for the past twelve years, will retire from office on the last day of the present month and i in T.-i i 1 1 t.. a mer Convention years many of the on JUy lsl- oe bUCCW!ueu Mr- delegates appeared in winter clothes George Greene, Democrat, of Wilson, and overcoats. ROOT TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN. who has been appointed by Judge H. G. Connor. "Although the official announce ment of the appointment has not Ii 1 V. 1. n n t i ...:- ti t.m it , t uceu Luaue, il una ueeu iu u iui itciiuiru .mvu iimu rite iiuurs iv Take the Vote. i some time that Mr. Greene would J suceed Major Grant. In fact, Mr. Chicago, 111., June 18. Against Greene was in the city a few days the threats, charges and bitter invec- ago and pai(j ni8 respects to the tive of the Roosevelt forces, the Taft present clerk and his future office supporters In the Republican Nation.- helpers, it being understood that Mr. al Convention to-day put through the George Tonnoffski and Mias Swann first portion of their program by.wni continue - as deputy clerk and electing benator h.nnu Root or Mew . stenoeraDher. resoectivelv. York, as temporary chairman. In spite of the fact that Victor Rosewa ter, Chairman of the National Com mittee, consistently ruled out of or der every motion made by the Roose- "Majcr Grant was appointed Clerk of the District Court December 1st, 1899, and if he had remained in of fice until December he would have held the position thirteen years. His Kennwvaill? BJBjBJSaMMBJM; Hart-Ward Hardware Co. 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Reservations made and any information courteously fomUhed by W. H. PARNELL, T. P. A- Nor&Ht. Va. The Caucasian and the Ladies' World BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.25. velt forces, it required more than five appointment at that time made hy hours to reach a vote on the Chair manship. The calling of the roll was beset with difficulties from the very first ov harmony awl around. They dis banded the French army and re-organized hit so az to get control ov things. A King without an army wuz like a sportsman without a gun. -Az a substitute the assembly and new ministry formed a new army ov 20, 000 men for regular duty and sta tioned the mnear Paris. When awl this became known there wuz much excitement in Paris and other cities. Az ever. ZEKE BILKINS. (To be continued.) The stable of Dr. A. H. Johnson, of Greensboro, was burned last week with a fine horse, buggy and a lot of feed. Loss estimated at $1,000. Fire believed to have started from a ciga rette stump. Of i "N V U , name on the list of delegates, but in' and Goff. the end, when the tumult had died away, Senator Root was found to have won by a vote of 558 to 502 over Governor Francis E. McGovern, Judge Thomas R. Purnell, now de ceased. A few years following, he was appointed Clerk of the Circuit Court by Judges Purnell, Pritchard. How Long Can He Stand It? This is Mrs. Forbes-Robertson of Wisconsin, with 14 scattering, "ale's latest suffrage story: votes and four not voting. j "A negro woman was arguing and To-night both the Taft and Roo-, arguing with her husband, and when sevelt forces are claiming that this vote indicates that their candidate is absolutely sure to win. The advantage appears to be with the President, however, for while he is sure to loose some of the votes that were cast for Senator Root, it is claimed that he will gain, if instructions re lived up to, some of the votes independently cast for McGovern. Those leaders who have been urg ing ' a compromise candidate ever since they arrived in Chicago are pointing to another angle in the fig ures and claim that they show that it is essential to name a so-called "dark horse 'to save the day for the Republican party. Wrhile Mr. Root was made Chair man to-day and managed to deliver his "key-note" speech, the fighting is to.be renewed at 11 o'clock to morrow when the motion of the Roo sevelt leaders to substitute a new she had finished, he said, 'Dinah, yo' talk don' affect me no mo' than a flea-bite'." " 'Well, niggah,' she answered, I'se gawna keep yo scratchinV July Woman's Home Journal. There is Still Much Unrest in Cuba. Santiago, June 18. It ia reported on good authority to-day that a big army of insurgents is encamped at San Augustin and Mazamora in the vicinity of El Cuero mines, belong ing to the Penupb Manganez Com pany apparently preparing for an at tack. Only one company of United States marines is stationed there. THREE FOR $1.00. Vj . i i i Ifct Ocrtiif n bit teen enlarged to efy bt pft and it the best week! paper la the State, Tha Ladies' World U an excellent ladle totgazitt. It has a bardaome cover page eacJh month, and ia bcactifally in b trued. It contain excellent abort toriew, articles on cooking, dracmt Ytag and la fac, on all eabjecu that are of Interest to tha ladles. It contains everal pages each mootJa bowing the fatfcioae, and bow sice dsrpie dreseea may be made at a reasonable cent. In fact, tne Ladies World ranks tmosf Use best of the magazines. If jcrj vast to 2teept cf tEsc ft Pt delay, bt scd b yr aCzt tt EEMKMBER, yon can get yonr money back if yon are cot frfl, THE CAUCASIAN, Hatelfl. Keith CacSa The Caucasian will be sent from now until November 10, list of the delegates for those seated j or after the election, for 35c, in some of tbe contested cases beard before the National Committee is to be taken up as the unfinished' busi ness. 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