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Thursday, June 20, 1912.
HIC CATJCAflTATT, The Caucasian AKD RALEIGH aUtTERPRISE. KIT Ol IN FLAYK SIMMONS ACiAI.W I OOVLDXTr ACCOMMODATE THE JilXiK. Raleigh, N. C.f June 20, 1912. Local Matters. The contract for the remodeling fjf th, old Academy of Music has nthusjilfc!lc audIence of about r.vn lo a local contractor, who thou8and of wbkh t v. . bj..n work at onr-f . t price Sm $18,000. The cod- Make CauMlc fipeecb ia Iartuuz Doean't Ser How Comentioa Could F.ndorve KlmmoM Record If It E kred ()Um That Kjxl oo the Platform, Durham Monday night in which he j again read Simmon out of the par ty. A Durham dispatch of Jane 17th says: "Governor Kltchln spok to an one many ladies, for more than one hour to ' night. He was frequently aoDlaud- (iowrnor Kltchln haj offered a re- ed. He as introduced by Mayor tlT of $l"i0 for the capture of M. Broaden. After preliminary remarks I, Allen, wanted in Halifax County he took up action of the State Con- r, r the murder of his brother. Al- vention. stating that it had no effect ! i. fi s-rap-d from Halifax Jail last on the Senatorial fight. He stated M -,r:Jay niht. that he stood as always, upon plat- P,of Wade H- lirown. who has rm as adopted. Hirector of MukIc in Meredith , llK u-u,1Wi Ine fo-canea en has resigned to accept a doercent of Senator Simmons was . :j.ilar portion in the State Normal pwu,iar- H 8a,f3 h favored pri- r;re-nsboro. I'rof. Guntav Hage- niary and ha recommended it to .rn h:ls b.-n elected to succeed him. thf I-KisIature. and told of th agreement he had with other candi- The Wake County Democratic dates for primary. He said that j ..,-ijtiv.- Committee has been called 'ROOd faith required that convention . ir .et in Raleigh on Thursday. k(p lts hands off, and after candi- ; ,:,e L'Oth, at noon, in the court- datfs had settled the question the i.ouse. to organize and elect a County politicians had no right to take ac- ( !i,-iirmari and transact such other Hon, but should appeal to the people iiie;-s as may come before the to assert their rights.' "mniittee. i "'It is now understood,' he said, Mr. R. P. Caddy, of Marshville 'wny Simnion8' mri wre anxious to ! ,v. r.ship. killed two large snakes in 8cure Simmons' delegates to the !. s residence last Friday, one being Convention. My friends did not round between the ceiling and the want the Convention to take action, ueatherboarding and the other one but Mr- Simmons' friends wanted the middle of the room. They Kome Bort endorsement, and they had A. rc said to have been several inch- to nave It.' .s around and over five feet If ngth. in l.oge Wires a Special to the News and Observer. " 'Two reports were read,' the Governor said, 'one would have cov ered the record of any officer in ac cord with, party principles. Why was not the records specified? " 'It was impossible,' he said, 'to On Monday night J. C. L. Harris endorse Overman's action in voting wired a special to the News and Ob- against Lorimer and Simmons it vot-s.-vver that he and J. C. Matthews ing for him and be consistent. The had been placed on the temporary Convention could not be consistent in roll of delegates and expressed sur- endorsing Overman and Simmons, prise that Hon. Richmond Pearson when they voted against each other ( pposed him and Matthews rights to many times.' on the temporary roll. Mr. Har- "He challenged any man to show ris also wired that "Col. James H. that the Convention had any right Young and Capt J. E. Hamlin, of Ra- to endorse a man who opposed the l-ig!i" were in attendance at Chi-' platform. 'Why did they not point cago. It was reported in Raleigh with pride to Senator Simmons' vote Saturday afternoon that J. E. Ham- for the lumber rate, for coal, print li;:, who is manager of a colored paper and against reciprocity? Sim-drug-store in the city, had stated he mons' friends know how to specifi uould o to Chicago in the interest cally endorse him, but did not know of Mr. J. C. I,. Harris. Mr. Charles how to do it without being inconsist I. Wildes is also along with Mr. Har- ent. in. so he will probably be carefully: "'The tariff plank in the platform looked after while he is in the windy repudiates Simmons' record.' The -ity. Governor read platform showing how ! it was against Simmons' votes. The. State Normal. ! "Regarding Simmons' leadership in 1 Fhe Senate, the Governor told how The advertisement of the State Simmons recently accepted an amend Xormal and Industrial College ap- ment putting tariff on machine tools, pears in this issue. and nineteen Democratic Senators Including the Training School, the voting against it. Simmons, he said, college last year had a total enroll- jed two other Democrats to vote for ment of J05 students. Ninety-one of tariff with 20 per cent on print pa th. one hundred counties of the per and twenty-two Democrats vot State had representatives in the stu- ed against it, and House killed it. dent body. Nine-tenths of all the " 'This shows, he said, 'how Sim graduates of this institution have mons leads. He denied making a taught or are now teaching in the personal fight on the Senator, but schools of North Carolina. only attacking his record as shown The dormitories are furnished by by his votes. He said he was not de- the State and board is provided at pending upon bosses, but upon pure cost. Two hundred appointments Democrats as thought by Vance, Ran with free tuition, apportioned among om, and Jarvis, whose speeches were the several counties according to never circulated as Republican liter school population, will be awarded to ature and whose pictures did not applicants about the middle of July, adorn trust periodicals as Simmons' idid." Death of Mrs. J. J. Pleasants. Died Sunday, June 16. 1912. at 5 Democratic State Committee Will o'clock p. m., Mrs. Minnie Pleasant.; Meet Ju,y 1 to EIect New Chair wife of J. J. Pleasant, of Swift Creek ! man Township. She was a devoted wife, ' A Winston-Calem dispatch of June a loving mother and a good neigh- 17th says: bor. She was a member of Catawba "Chairman A. H. Eller of the State Springs Christian Church and much Democratic Executive Committee, to loved by all who knew her. She was day issued a formal call for a mee the mother of eight children, five of ing of the committee to be held in whom are living three boys and two the Senate Chamber in Raleigh Mon girls. The church and the commun- day night, July 1st. The purpose is ity as well as the home in which she to elect a chairman and secretary lived, have lost one whom they loved and for other business that may be and cherished. May this act of brought up. Clod's providence cause neighbors and "Chairman Eller let it be known friends who knew her to live better two years ago that he would not ac and more nobler lives, is the sincere cept another election. He has suc wish of the writer. successfully directed two State cam- A FRIEND. psigns and has concluded that the honor should be delegated to anoth- Mr. Mehane Will Resign From Su- er man at this time. I'ritofifr Said He 114 u Vaak After lit Family aal Trp" mod Jaf Couldn't Go t the IVwJteotUry Jodsr Finally Took Ham View of lb t Grf-entboro Record. J One year ago, at the June term of Federal Court. Claude Underwood was convicted of Illicit distilling and sentenced by the court to a year and a day in the Atlanta penitentiary, whereupon the defendant aro and told the court that he would like to be obliging, but be jutt couldn't mn? hU way clear to begin that tersi right away. "Judge." he taid. "I would tike to accommodate you, but I juit can't possibly go to the penitentiary right now. l ha?e got an old mother, some children, a wife and a 'quare' sister at my house to support and my craps Is just in such condition ttzl I Just can't afford to go to Atlanta now." After saying further that he hated not to accommodate and would come back any other time when his "craps" were attended to, the convicted man sat down. So struck with the peculiarity of the situation, or maybe more by the earnestness of the fellow and the in sight into a character, which held tome of the finest traits of real man hood, despite his violations of the law, Judge Boyd harkened to the words of the prisoner, "I can't go to the pen now," and told him to come back to begin his sentence at the De cember term of court. Last December he returned, ac cording to the extraordinary agree ment, and reported to the court. He was told that he might spend until the following June with his family. So yesterday Underwood was again in attendance upon the United States Court, ready to serve his sentence. But he was discharged by Judge Boyd and allowed to go to his home in Randolph County, where he will care for the aged mother, the babies and "quare" sister. Thlrum Men rtooM la OaJerttte Mia. f T Tritidad. Colora4o, Jear I. Thirteen tslfcera r e&tosfc as 4 probaUy are 4e4 by aa xploioo la the eew !op of tae tl&sU&ga mice. Oce waa rescued, fier eaipsseet t tetag rcte4 to ihm cce. Tfce disaster occurred three ifcoa and fet from the taiae'i taouta The exp!olon probably n eaed by a "miady thot et of! fey gas 1 ajk ft len i it teia!at tl A a tmm VaJ4 Ala a a, fc4r . cf Jsse il& aayt: Tae stall tfassa3s tteem, aytag to poSsta alosg tae Ataa fwaiatal aa4 Ko4laa 11jsn2. ftr t&al Woast Kat&art eatfc H ttrt4e la Its tfoitsee, Ua!rt&i& eiW toeji ocrer at a&ert tatrval a4 tfc fsrrotxadiag roaairy I core4 1ta three or tour frt of aalew : j-i arau , x,&jmmz;.mujmm.,mj& Fcr Sc!2 Ctsc? A S-driwtr Katkwul Cmh Erg fer, ia ctJ tclt&a Ortsil east No rrssssabl citrr rrfutttl For drtcnpf ica txaJ txk wjdrrss, IL R l Ikt Gfrtiv tbrt N. C Fight Oier Xnbrr of tltiMrra. A Uniootoan. Pa . dtfpatcb of June th, aaj: "Henry Glllin and hit wife had a dupute regarding number of their children. The woman was pcltlte they had fourteen and her husband was certain it waa sixteen. A fight ensued and both were arraigned in com. but the Judge discharged them." Could Slwiut For Joy. "i ant to thank you from the bottom of my heart," wrote C. II. Rader. of LewUburg, W. Va.. "for the wonderful double benefit 1 got rrttis. Tbcra It a ccsiticaJ iar tHa tnaabla, airs. II. Sasuaera, JDec W, Kotra Xasaa. IaX. trl tra4 trm to aa-e ootber hmt sacosa&f &3 heeaa trieas. wiiS fca iattnartknetm. Srs4 o caoaey , tot arrita her today if yocr cHkixea troae y la LU way. poa't feUaa tba dOU, Chaacet art It caat help it. Tth treatearat alo caras adal ao4 Mjtvd fmcM tracJUo! mh stiaa '."mtU in by day cc ailc nut: TAitix snaTx r4rraota&. a I avfc ai mi. from Electric Bitters, in curing me ; of both a severe case of stomach trou ble an dof rheumatism, from which : 1 had been an almost helpless suer er for ten years. It suited my case jas though made just for me." For j dyspepsia, indigestion. Jaundice, and ; to rid the system of kidney poisona !that cause rheumatism, Electric Bit- ters have no ejual. Try them. Ev-1 jery bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50 cents at all drug-stores. See Your Engine Before You Buy Zeke Knew Rufe. St. Louis Republic Rufe was telling Zeke about a ter rible escapade he had had the night before after he had crossed the dam at the river and was making for his cabin about a half-mile through the dark woods. "An' jes' as I'd stepped inter de brush I hears a funny noise like a shoat snortin'. I looks up an' a blue light jumps out er de groun and shapes itself into a ghos' about six foot tall. Red fire was a-flickerin' out er its nose. It stood still kinder then lifted a long, bony finger an' says: "I want you, Rufe Jackson. "I walks up to it and shakes my own finger right in its face. 'You mind yore business and I'll mind mine,' I says, and turns on my heel and goes right on. "Now wliat'd you er done, Zeke, in a case like dat?" "I'd er done jest what you done, you durned lyin' nigger." 'A report has it that Clyde R. Hoey, of Shelby, will be chosen to succeed Mr. Eller." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. perintendent Joiner's Office. Mr. Charles H. Mebane, who has been connected with the State De partment of Education for several years, has decided to retire from the office August 1st to devote his time to the practice of law. Mr. Mebane . . , T. . has been loaft clerk in the Denart- Dauhtridge for Lieutenanb-Gover-t , . TT X . ! nor and Pell for Corporation .Com ment for some time. He was State! . . Superintendent of Public Instruction! The names of the nominees of the Democratic State Convention was left out of the last issue of this pa per. Locke Craig, of Asheville, was named as their candidate for Gover- Every One Should Have a Fair Chance. Smithfield Herald. Nothing helps more than for every man to feel that in the race-for of fice he has had a fair chance and for voters to feel that no undue advan tage has been taken of their friends who wrere candidates. Whether they were nominated or not, if this feel ing prevails, all will then realize the importance of working for the nomi nees and for the good of the party. On the other hand, let candidatse and their frientis see that unfairness has been preached and that combina tions have been formed against them and it is hard to get up much enthu siasm in politics. This is one reason why trickery and trading in politics does not pay. WOULD you buy a horso without seeing it? Of course not. Then why take a chance on a machine that you may know less about than you do about a horse ? The safe way is to go to your local dealer, a man you know and can hold responsible, and buy from him an engine you can depend upon, IH C Gasoline Engines are built on honor, from select ed materials, and are all thor oughly tested before shipment. You can rest assured that an IHC engine of a size suitable for your work, will give full satisfaction for so long a time that you will come to consider it the greatest bargain you ever made. IHC engines are made in every style and for every purpose. Sizes run from 1 to 50-horse power. Kerosene gasoline tractors, 12 to 45-horse power. NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD Route of the NIGHT EXPRESS" Travel via Raleigh (Union Station! and Norfolk Southern Railroad, to and from all points in Eastern North Carolina. Buffet, Parlor and Sleeping Cat between IlalHgh and Norfolk. Schedule in effect March 3rd. j N. B. The following schedule fig-, urea are published as information ONLY an dare cot guaranteed. Trains Ieave IlalHgh 9:15 p. m. Daily "Night Ex press," Pullman Sleeping car for Norfolk. 6:60 a. m. Daily For Wilson. Washington, and Norfolk Droller Parlor Car Service between Raleigh and Norfolk. 6:00 a. m. Dally except Sunday for New Bern via Cbocowinity. Par lor Car Service. 2:40 p. m. Dally except Sunday for Washington. Trains Arrive Ilaleigh 7:20 a. m. Dally. 11:20 a. m. daily except Sunday, and 8:30 p. m. daily. Buffet Parlor Car Service on 8:20 p. m. train from Norfolk. Trains Leave (loldaboro 10:15 p. m. Daily. "Night Ex press" Pullman Slepeing Car for Norfolk via New Bern. 7:10 a. m. Daily For Beaufort and Norfolk Parlor Car between Washington and Norfolk. 3:10 p. m. Daily for New Bern, Oriental and Beaufort. Parlor Car Service. For further information and reser vation of Pullman Slepeing Car space, apply to D. V. Conn, General Agent, or A. L. Currie, City Ticket Agent, Yarborough Hotel Building, Raleigh, N. C. W. W. CROXTON. General Passenger Agent. W. B. HUDSON, Gen'l Supt., NORFOLK. VA. urwn4 . .. . 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Fcr rates. sct.r0uu. lies ttlt xj& ef ether Itforiiist'ct. i!r4 i twl J Vlwh ell. Paksectrr ar.3 llae Asrftl !rllfc-ts No 117 Notici.-AKjtis cr rvlu ihjfca oelf M leforo 'or. mna r no irerri H LEARP. DJvHoe fa Aeev No W lrt BSt.Tuc-frlUIM n. Orp Nonfc tlrnr ct VftEloe hl.itci N r NORFOLK KorrilKKX IIAILIIOAD COMPANY. (QteriatloQ&l Harresf er Ccspanj of Aotrlei (IncorpormtcdJ Oicsg DSA THREE BURNED TO DEATH. before Superintendent Joyner. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CON-VENTION. Many Persons Rushed Into the Street in Night Clothes Six Automobiles Burned. Waycross, Ga., June 18. Three persons were burned to death and two seriously injured in a fire which destroyed the English building here to-night. The fire originated in a garage on the ground floor of the building when a lighted match was dropped by a workman in some gasoline which had been spilled on the floor. Guests in a hotel across the street from the building were thrown into a panic, many rushing into the street in their night clothes. Six automobiles were destroyed and the total loss is estimated at ! $30,000. IHCSmkB Tit nnrnnc nf thin. RnrMli i tf ftimlith. free of charge to all. the best information Obtainable on better tannine, it you nayo Ey worthy Questions concernint soils, crop id drainage, irrigation, fertilizer, eac. tftakeyour inquiries specific and send theis ip IHC Service Bureau, Harvester cuuainc tcago. U o A Will Meet in Baltimore Next Thurs-'nor' and E: - Daughtridge. of Nash, da , was named for Lieutenant-Governor. ' All the State officers were renomi The Democratic National Conven- nated, except Mr. Franklin McNeill, on will meet in Baltimore next of the Corporation Commission, who ruesday. Champ Clark has the ma- was not a candidate for re-election, jority of the instructed delegates. George P. Pell, of Forsyth, was nam out hasn't near enough to give him ed in his stead.' the nomination on the first ballot. . rrzd bssVea ct muster enough strength to secure the T&e Jonesboro News," of Lee Coun- nomination on the first ballot. There ty, says that Miss Clyde Buchanan, of is some talk of nominating Governor Jonesboro, is the champion dewberry Gaynor, of New York, or Hon. Wil- picker. In 5 1-2 hours she picked ofm Bryan- Jt will take the vote 177 quarts, which is a litle over 32 two-thirds o fthe delegates to quarts per hour, or a quart in less nominate. than two minutes for 330 minutes. Dalton Jernigan, of Benson, Killed in Richmond. A Richmond, Va., dispatch dated June IS, says: Dalton Jernigan, 23 years old, a painter, was killed this morning by being run over by a train on the Chesapeake and Ohio viaduct at the foot or Ninth street. His body was badly mangled. , Jernigan was leaning over, pulling up a bucket of drinking water tied to a rope when the train struck him. Jernigan came here from Benson, North Carolina. Relatives from North Carolina arrived here tonight to claim the body. THE MARKETS RALEIGH COTTON TO-DAY. (Quoted by Barbea & Co.) Good middling 11 5-8c Strict middling H l-2c Middling H l-8c Low grades 6 1-2 to 8 l-2c Receipts yesterday 20 bales KALUtiB PRODCCfc ttARHhTs Butter If.? is Lard Eggs 2ft Hama 25 r Heaa 401 Spring chlcaea it Sweet potatoes tl n Cora Paa SOUTHERN RAILWAY AGENTS WANTKll. We want agent t repraaeat T Caucasian In every county where ara not already repreaented wm ut for sample copies and term t agents. Our term are very 11 bars and you can make stood money ov t voting your spare time to the Address. THE CA VC ASIAN Raleigh. N C Direct line to All rowia Norti South, East, West Very Lf' Round Trip Rates to Ail Prlnrtpa Resorts. Through Pullman to Atlaau leaves Raleigh 4.05 p.m., arrives At lanta 6.25 a.m., making close ooa nection for and arriving at Mont gomery following day after leavtas Raleigh. 11 a.m.. Mobile 4.12 p.m New Orleans 8.30 p.m.. Blrminghaa 12.15 noon, Memphis, a. 05 p. m. Kansas City. 11.20 a.m. -eond day and connecting for all outer pelnu This car also makes close connectloi at Salisbury tor SL Louis and other Western points. Through Pullman to Waahlagtos leaves Raleigh 5.50 p.m.. arrives Waahlngton 8.53 a.u.. Baltimore 10.02 a.m.. Philadelphia 12.25 nooa New York 2.31 p.m. Tola car mak close connection at Washington fu 7.40 p.m.. making close connectloi Pittsburg. Chicago, and all otbr points North and West, and a Greensboro for through Tou'is Sleeper for California points. aa tor all Florida points Through Parlor Car for Aaaei)i teate Goldsboro at 8. 46 a.m., Ra telgh. .25 a-m., arrivea Ashertll with the Carolina Special and arm fng Cincinnati 10 swm. following 4a after leaving Raleigh, with close con section tor all paints North n Northwest. Pullman for Winston-Sales ir RAleigh 2.20 m.m.. arrive Ow--horo f.30 cm., making eke caoe tion at Greensboro fo a!) poiatt North. South. East aod West Thl ear Is handled on train mo 1 ? J lesMng Goldsboro a 10 45 p ra If you desire any In'ortnst). please write or call We are tier furnish information ss wall as to a! r P A.. 215 Fayettertlle St.Uta -lekets. W. H. PARNELU T P A 215 Fayettevllle St. Raleigh. N C H. F CART. General Paesenjre Asrent. Washington. D C WANTED. Position by yoa'n married man, aged 22. aa grocer hardware clerk; three years esper ence; can furnish best of reference ood reason for wishing to mske . rhsnge; only those looking for bftjl class man answer this advertise soet Apply to Lock Drawer 132. Rnaaas Rapid. North Carolina. Educational Tour to Washington, II. C, June 10-13, Via Norfolk South ern Itailniad -Very Clnaj Fare, Including All EtHne. The Norfolk Southern Railroad will operate a personally conducted tour from stations in North Carolina to Washington, D. C. via Norfolk and N. at W. 8. B. Co.. June 10th. The purpose of the tour Is "educa tional" and a prominent educator from the principal points on its lines will assist the Norfolk Southern Rail road and will be In personal charge throughout the trip. Rates from' principal points. Raleigh 124.00 N Wilson 23.00 D Farmvllle 22.40 D Greenville 23.40 D Washington 23.35 D Goldsboro 23.85 N Klnston 22.85 N New Bern 24.95 I) Beaufort 26.55 D Oriental 25.S5 D Fayettevllle 27.20 N Lllllngton 25.80 N Note "N" tickets sold for "Night Express" trains Nos. 6 and 16 June 10th. Note "D" tickets sold for day trains June 10th. Rates in same proportion from in termediate stations. The above rates Includes railroad aud steamer fare, all meals, hotel ac commodations, side trip to Virginia Beach. Navy Yard at Norfolk. Jit. Vernon and Arlington In Washington, sight-seeing trip In Washington and state-room and state-room berth be tween Norfolk and Washington. For illustrated booklet and com plete information, apply to Mr. and Mrs. Gustare Hagedorn Raleigh. N. C; Miss Carllne Per ry Phelps. Raleigh. N. C; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Coon. Wilson. N. C: Mr. S. F. Teague. Golds boro, N. C: Mr. H. B. CraTtn. New Bern. N. C; Miss Nina B as night. New Bern, N. C; Mr. N. C. Newbold, Washington, N. C; Mr. P. Q. Bryan. Washington. N. C: Mrs. J B. Sparrow, Wash ington. N. C; Mrs. J. IL Hodges, Washington, N. C; Mrs. S.- R. Fowle. Washington, N. C; or any ticket agent of the Norfolk and Southern Railroad, or Ral eigh, Charlotte & Southern Rail way. W. W. CROXTON. General Passenger Agent When writing advertisers, pleas mention this paper.