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Thursday, August 15, 1912.
THE CAUCASIAN The Caucasian A- RALKIGH ENTERPRISE. lUlHKh, N. C., August 15, 1012. J"".. b lui: ... ioca Matters. li- st.'ttf Council, Jr. O. U. A. M., ( t here next week In annual , . Mion. Attorney General Bickett ; r'. livtrr the addrcHs at the open-V- v-Hion. There are 27,000 Ju-;,ir:- in the State. Withers H. Hervey, aped thirty- y.-ara. for many years connect- Aih various hotels, died In Ral- vdneday morning. To IWMome Apartment Houtc. jjrcl Raleigh, managed by Mr. Cohb for several years, has . :, rioted and the building will be r . rtfd into an apartment house (K'toher 1. Store-rooms will also :i:nd- in the building. u j:ik;ak it. isaiihee. Prominent (Vitton Dealer Expires CstAte Vnluel at $100,000. K-U'ar B. Ilarbee, senior member ,, ( . lirni of Barbee Ac Brother, cot- ,,1 1 -ab-rs, died last Thursday night ;., :hf ae of fifty-eiRht. Born in V.i'r- County, he always manifested r.al interest in this section's prog pari of the Norfolk Southern. Mr. ( !aui' Bar bee, constructed the Ral tiih and Pamlico Railroad, now a part of the Noorfolk Southern. Mr. j!arl is survived by four children. !! Waves an estate estimated at mi,iMifi which will be divided equal ly among them. Tuesday Hottest Day. An hour before the rain Tuesday afternoon the thermometer register t ! .", degrees the highest reched this summer. The local weather bu tt an indicated that local showers would prevail in this section. Mr. Durham Dead. M. Bart Durham, a well-known and popular horseman of Raleigh, died at Kcx Hospital Tuesday morning at the ago of fifty-three years. He was a good-hearted man, and had many friends in Raleigh. He is survived by his mother and four sisters. The funeral was in Durham. (JEN ERA L LEINSTER DEAD. Head of North Carolina National Guard Expires in Wilmington. Roy L. Leinster, Adjutant-General of North Carolina, died in a Wilming ton hospital Wednesday as the result of a stroke of paralysis at the age of thirty-five years. He had gone down to the coast to inspect some troops when he was stricken Friday, death following Wednesday. It is signifi cant that General Leinster entered the military service at the age of fif teen years as drummer of the States ville company. He rose through the various grades of his company and regiment and was appointed Adjutant-General in November, 1910. He is survived by his mother, four broth ers and two sisters, and by his wife, who was Miss Lucy Hall, of Golds boro, and three small children. The funeral will be held at Statesville Friday afternoon. SOL. SHEPARD KILLED. Durham Negro Who Confessed to Killing Engineer nolt at Last Meets Death. While making his fifth attempt to break from his guards, Sol. Shepard, the Durham negro who was convicted in 1910 of the killing of Engineer Fred Holt, was shot and killed by a guard Tuesday morning at the con vict camp a few miles from Fayette ville. Shepard and other convicts were at work on the Raleigh, Char lott and Southern Railway: On one of the five occasions when the negro attempted to escape he was shot and wounded twice, one of the times seriously. He had not been in the penitentiary a week before he sought to escape. Readers of The Caucasian will re call that Shepard was tried and con victed for killing Engineer Fred Holt at the coal chute in West Durham on the night of December 3, 1909. Reuben Barbee, , a white man, was also tried, but was acquitted. Shep ard said he shot at a brakeman, not intending to kill the engineer, and the Jury took his story for its face value and found him guilty of murder in the second degree. THREE WILL MERGE. Jefferson Standard, Greensboro Life, and Security Life to Amalgamate. At a meeting of the directors of the Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company, held in Greensboro v Tues day night, it was decided to merge with the Greensboro Life Insurance Company and the Security Life and Annuity Company, and committee were named to draw up plans. Jos. G. Brown, president; Dr. Albert L. Anderson, medical director, and oth er officers of the Jefferson Company, tendered their resignations, and Geo. A. Grimsley was chosen in his stead. The three companies will have insur ance in force to the value of $39, 000,000, and will be the strongest combination in the South. Two Children Die. Mr. M. T. Horton, who lives oa North Boylan Avenue, was twice be reaved this week. Early Sunday morning his little daughter, Sophie, died, and Tuesday a seven-months-old daughter died. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVEN TION Will Held in Raleigh August SU and Will Elect Delegate to St Ate Convention. At n mtin of t ku ..v - " Executive Committee of Wake County held in Raleieh on the F,th rfav nf j - August, 1912, It was ordered that a County Convention of the Republi-j cans of Wake County be held in ltal- elgh on Saturday. August 24, in the; auditorium, at 12 o'clock noon for the purpose of selecting delegates to the next Republican State Convention and to transact such other business as may properly come before it. The delegates who were duly elected In the various precincts in the "legal ized" primary held June 1st will be the regular delegates to attend the County Convention. I)al TKk Day OfT to Work lUty's Iroblein. This was the note which was hand ed to one of the grade teachers the other day: "Dear Mum: Please ixcuse John ny to-day. He will not be at school. He is acting as time-keeper for his father. Last night you gave him this iximple, if a field is 4 miles square how long will it take a man walking 3 miles an hour to walk 2 1-2 times around it? Johnny ain't no man, so we had to send his dady. They left early this morning, and my husband said they ought to be back late to night, tho' it would be hard going. Dear mum, please make the nixt prob lem about ladies, as my husband can't afford to lose the day's Work. I don't have no time to loaf, but I can spare a day off occasionaly better than my husband can. Resp'y, Miami News. The Fight is Between Roosevelt and Wilson. Raleigh Times. It seems that Colonel Roosevelt and his third party will yet become a force to be reckoned with, and Demo crats might as well realize it. In the Middle West, according to informa tion that reaches this office, the senti ment is strong for Colonel Roosevelt and his third party and there is a prospect that he will carry a number of States over both Wrilson and Taft snouia Mr. Tatt s tortunes con tinue to fail, as they have been ing for several weeks, the Democrats will not have to defeat him for Presi dent, but Theodore Roosevelt. Many Republicans and Democrats, tired of the old parties, are ready to make a change, and the third party will be the gainer. Governor Kitchin's Serious Charge. Against the Democratic Press. Union Republican. Governor Kitchin made a serious charge against the Democratic State press in a speech at Charlotte the past I week when he declared that if he had money he could have as much space ; as he wanted in leading Democratic organs in North Carolina and singled out the Raleigh News and Observer as an example. Even politically The Republican believes that the papers of that party are conducted on a high- er plain, especially when it applies to its own political family. A Democrat Who is Afraid Wilson 3Jay Be Elected. Clinton News-Dispatch. There are lots of Democrats who are afraid of Wilson, and they are not going to vote for him, either. One remarked to us the other day , that it really looks like there is dan ger of Wilson being elected. He said when he was pretty sure the Repub licans would electe their ticket, he voted the Democratic ticket straight in order to be regular, but now he Fays it looks dangerous, and he does not think he will vote at all. More Evidence of Incompetency. Union Republican. The Democratic party has a record of failure in the business feature of legislation and administration. It has never been able to apply its poli cies successful to the affairs of the country because the requirements of the country have never been well un derstood by it. The maneuvers of Democraitc leaders in the present Congress have supplied a fresh dem onstration of this. Schley's Widow Given $100 Monthly Pension. Washington, D. C, Aug. 9. The House to-day adopted the conference report on the bill granting the pen sion of $100 a month to Mrs. Anna R. Schley, the widow of Rear Ad miral Schley. As originaly passed by the House, the bill provides a pension of only $50 a month, but the House to-day yielded to the Senate amend ment increasing it. Woman Dies at Age of 113. Alnena. Mich.. Aug. 11. Mrs. Ka- therine Kapcynski, 113 years old, died here ve.sterdav. She was active and in good health until a year ago. , dacaii on romo fn the United States thirty years ago. DOCTORS FAVOR T. R. (Continued from page 1.) ence, to meet the needs of the boar, not only with greatest surety of maintaining the country' pn?est prosperity, but with the greatest cer tainty of advancing the future wel fare and prestige of the Americaa people. "In concluding theo remarks. e . want it distinctly understood that ar not electioneering. Many of our readers may entertain views entire? I diffrrent from those eiDreaaed. w e ' .. .. nave erery respect ror ;nem ii arft Blnw?ro anJ born of conviction .w . rac a in a;i , suf r an is eam iuu - - , vuwmtiire t i.it must decide for himself who he willjlaat night and Joined the Progress! te RUpport and Tote for. party. It is thought that other taexa- r. It. RepreMnt An Ideal. br" of the committee will quit next To ug Colonel Roosevelt re p r-j gents an ideal and the mean of it! In resigning. Chairman Robbln practical attainment. We trust him I presented a statement in which, KrallRf e love him and we love i among other thing, he said: him because we know him. To us he st,nH. tvntral nf nur idea of true American citizen, a cultured iraP!' futre thefts, leaves no course gentleman, who loves his country andn but to leave the organization to is willing to sacrifice his own com-1 its own reckless lawlessness." fort and personal desires for the duty -he sees before him. We are not dU- """""h and the Lumber Trust, posed to deny that he has faults or Durham Herald. that he never makes mistakes, but his faults are human faults those that every honest man can account for and understand. "If fate places Theodore Roosevelt in the Presidential chair when March 4 comes around again, we shall feel that the American people not only haw much to look forward to, but that the medical profession has bet ter prospects than ever before of see ing the public health interests of the nation placed on a sound, substan tial basis, that will insure a new era in ine Prevemiuu Ul u,seaBC .Alnitinn rf ViiiTYion m nrtilitv t "We have tried to state our posi - tion fairly and squarely, without af - front to any one. Wa rlaim no mo- nopoly of judgment, and those who think differently may have better reasons for their views. But. the vi- rile and intensely human character of the man Roosevelt has always ap pealed to us, and we are glad to place ourselves under his leadership. We confidently believe the earnest work of the medical profession stands better chance of fruition un- ' der his leadership than any other." Lawyers Help. In Georgia they tell of a prisoner who had been convicted a dozen times of stealing, who, when placed at the bar for his last offense, displayed a singular curiosity. "Your honor," said he, "I should like to have my do-!case Postponed for a week My law Kl ia "UL t " a- trate, you were caugnt wun your hand in this gentleman's pocket. What' can your counsel say in your defense?" "Exactly so, your honor; that is what I am curious to know." Exchange. AI,rw MrnKcr Train. Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 13. Frank Irwin, of Columbus, chief engineer of tne Ralston Steel Car Company; c c Beaucamp, formerly of Detroit, a car inspector, and Benjamin F. Klee, a clerk, believed to be from New Orleans, were instantly killed and rr i ,.'jn.,i l a. -r their bodies frightfully mangled late to-day when the automobile in which they were riding was struck by a fast Pennsylvania passenger train near this city. The men were leaving the Ralston gteel Car Company to inspect some cars, and when their automobile was struck squarely in the center by the train the bodies of the men vere hurled many yards into a corn-field, while portions of the machine were scattered along the tracks for a mile. Beaucamp was married in Detroit only last Saturday, it is sard,1 and brought his bride here to live Breaks His Leg to Keep Out of Court and is Fined $iq ... St. Louis, Mo. ,Aug. 12. When John Moran was called for trial on a peace disturbance charge in Justice Lamb's Court at University City it was reported by a messenger that he could not appear, as he had broken his leg. The sympathetic judge sent Police man Walsh to Moran's home to in quire as to his condition. He found Moran seated at the window, appar ently in good health. "Did you break your leg?" asked Walsh. "I did," replied Moran. "How?" "With a hammer. I didn't want to go to court." "Let's see your leg." "It's out In the woodshed. Go and look at it," said Moran. Walsh found the wooden leg in the woodshed. He mended it with a piece of scantling taken from Moran's fence and forced Moran to put it on and accompany him to court, where Judge Lamb fined him $10. Oklahoma Electors for T. R- Tulsa, Okla., Aug. 10. Alva Mc Donald, Chairman of the State Com mittee of the Progressives, In a let ter to Frank Newkirk, of this city, declares that eight of the ten Re publican Presidential electors will vote for the candidates of the Pro gressive party. Those who have as- sured him of their support are Messrs. Davidson. Hinch. Houser, Millard, Ralls, Reed, Nichols, and Williams. Deetl Ditorres Wife Who Lati Oat UumT St. Loulf. Ho.. As. 10. Oa trill- soB?y that M wife had aa ccfotru- able ttapr. ttayed out late at slsbt and neglected bin. Dr. C. W. A. Spies, a dentist, trot a divorce ia Judge Hitchcock co art from Mr, Bertha Sple. Mr. Spt did cot ap rar ia court. i j VlrKinU KTbHu. for lUnHi ; mcumond. ind., Aug. 11. He&dcd j i ty win J. liobbin. chairman, ltd itr. ... T .w-nu wwim, ecreiary. lamy-tmo numWrs of th Wayne County He - inubliran r.Mi tt., commauon or Mr. Tart. ! "Tl. -i.l i .. ... - a!""u wuu a xi OX rule WHlcD' enncneu While Mr. Simmons i about It he could help bis cause considerably if he could make it plain to the people that he is in no way connected with or interested in the lumber trust. ADVICE TO MOTiiRK4.-14r. Wfeatow aothin Syrup thrcki aivmyt lw seed for Cb (?m Te thin. It aooth tbm ehlid. aftec tb g-ums. aliara an patn ear wind cobe. mad Is tfo best rcacdr for Diarrhoea Be a twtU. THE MARKETS HALE1CII COTOX MARKET. ! (Quoted b Darbee & Co' iGood middling 12 5-8c. olI1LL "iuuimg l- l-L'C. Middling 12c. Low grades 9 to 9c. Receipts None. RALEIGH PRODUCE MARKET Butter Lard 14c Egge J0 Ham 221c. Hen 40(911' Spring chickea IQQll- Sweet potatoes 11.00 Cora 9Se. Pa tl.Ot F. EUGENE HESTER LAWYER WENDELL, N. C. - Practice in all the Courts Summer Tourist and Week-End Fares to Beaufort and Morehead by the Sea. To Morehead City. Summer Week From Tourist End Fare. Raleigh $6.45 $4.50 Wendell 6.45 4.50 Zebulon ". 6.35 4.50 Middlesex 5.95 4.40 Bailey 4.25 Wilson 5.10 3.50 Stantcnsburg 5.08 3.25 Farmville 4.35 3.00 Greenville 3.65 2.75 Rates to Beaufort twenty cents higher than fares to Morehead City. Summer tourist tickets sold daily and good until October 31st. Week-end tickets sold for all trains Friday and Saturday, also Sunday morning, good to return until Tues day following date of sale. For particulars, ask any ticket agent. W. W. CROXTON, General Pa6enger Agent. Norfolk, Va., June 28. 1912. VACATION OUTING THE GLORIOUS MOUNTAINS OF . NORTH . CAROLINA The Balsams" The Land of the Sky" The Sapplre Country" Where There is Health in Every Breath The Climate is Perfect the Year Round In Spring and Summer the Region is Ideal REACHED BY SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South Solid Through Train, Including Par lor Car, between Goldsboro, Ashe ville and Waynesrille via Raleigh. Greensboro, Salisbury. Other con venient through car arrangements. SIMMER TOUHIST TICKETS ON SALE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30. 1012 Let Your Ideas and Wishes Be Known. J. E. WOODS, I H. DeEUTTS, J. O.JCXES, D. P. A. " D. P. A. T. P. A. Asta&e, H. C. CfesrteSe, H C Kkkrk, It C liUmed a Good Worker. - tUss4 ny keart for ver SU- lra Is my left I4 for two jart, writ W. Haa. Danville. Va bt 1 k&ov so it wa la4ie:ioa,, a Dr. Kiajc Nw Uf PiiU coapleuly cured &. Rt for ttosiaca. liver and kii eey troabJr. coaitatica.i hea4acb. or debility. Twaty-a (cu at all druccuta. AGEXTH WAXTOX - . icaocaaiaa ia rr eoaaiy fcrw w . , . 1 "f JtIVx "f!T!L . XoT aaj5 rpl a4 lmi t aceat. Oar term ar vrr 111 and you can sakt food met-? by i voUag your spar tiai to ti wr Address, THE CAUCASIAN. Raldga. N C When writing advertisers, mention this paper. pltat NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD Route of the 'NIGHT EXPRESS" Travel via Raleigh (Union Station) ) and Norfolk Soatbern Railroad, to and from all points in Eastern North j Carolina. j Buffet, Parlor and Slewing Cars j between Raleigh and Norfolk. j Schedule in effect March 3td. j N. 13. The following schedule fie-! ures are published aa information ONLY an dare not guarantd. Train Leave ILalcigh 9:15 p. m. Daily "Night Ex press," Pullman Sleeping car for Norfolk. G:00 a. m. Dally For Wilson. Washington, and Norfolk Broiler Parlor Car Service between Raleigh and Norfolk. 6:00 a. m. Daily except Sunday for New Bern via Chocowinity. Par lor Car Service. 2:40 p. m. Dally except Sunday for Washington. Trains Arrive Raleigh 7:20 a. m. Daily. 11:20 a. m. daily except Sunday, and 8:30 p. m. dally. Buffet Parlor Car Service oa 8:36 p. m. train from Norfolk. Trains Leave Goldsboro 10:15 p. m. Daily. "Night Ex press" Pullman Slepelng Car for Norfolk via Naw Bern. 7:10 a. m. Dally For Beaufort and Norfolk Parlor Car between Washington and Norfolk. 3:10 p. m. Dally for New Bern, Oriental and Beaufort. Parlor Car Service. For further Information and reser vation of Pullman Slepelng Car space, apply to C. W. Upchurch, General Agent, Yarborough Hotel Building. Raleigh, N. C. W. W. CROXTON. General Passenger Agent. B. L. BUGG. Traffic Manager. Norfolk, Va. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Direct line to All foiau NerU Soutk, East, West Very1 Low Round Trip Rate to All Principal Resort. Througk Pullmaa to Atlaata leaves Raleigh 4.05 p.m., arrive At lanta 6.S5 a.m.. making close cos aection for and arriving at Mont gomery following day after lea via a Raleigh, 11 a.m.. Mobile 4.12 p.m. New Orleans 8.30 p.m., Birxainfhajc 12.15 noon, Memphis, t.Oi p. m. Kansas City, 11.20 a,m. seooad day. aid connecting for all other pelnta This car also makes close connectloi at Salisbury for SL Louis and other Western points. Through Pullman to Washlngtot leaves Raleigh .60 p.m., arrives Washington 8.52 a.m., Baltimore 10.02 a. xxl, Philadelphia 12.26 noom New York 2.21 p.m. This car make close cemaectioi at Washington, for 7.40 9. el, tasking close eonnectios Pittsburg, Caicag. and all other pslmts NsTfh aad West, and l for through Tsarist for California points, 4 for si! Florid polmta. Throngs. Parlor Car for AsaerlU leaves Gsldsbsro at C.46 a.xa., Ra. leJch. S.2S a.m.. arrives AaWrlUc with thsj Carolina Special ami arrtv lng dndanaU It a.xa. following dsj after tearing Raleigh with ties eoa aectloB for all points North aaJ Northwest. Pullman for Winstom-Salem leave Raleigh 2.20 a.m., arrives G boro C.20 a.ra., making doM tion at Greensboro for sR petsti North, South, Cast sad T7est. Tali car is, handled on train No. Ill leaving Goldsboro ar 10.46 p.m. If yon desire asy is format! sa please writ or calL We srs hers tn famish Informs ties as well as to seE S. P. A.. 216. YayettsrUle CLUtaJ ckets. W. H. PARNELL, T. P. A 216 Fayette vlHs St, Ralslgh, N. C B. F. CART, General Pa scrags? Agent, Washington, D. GL WANTED. Position by yoani married man, aged 22, as grocery m hardware clerk; three years expert' ence; can furnish best of reference) j rood reason for wishing to make change; only those looking for hlgs class man answer this advertisement Apply to Lock Drawer 122, Roanoke Rapid, North Carolina. For Sale Cheap A 3 -drawer National Cxvh Rcc istrr. in srood cnnd;tskfL Orkririal I cft 175. No rr3JfcOCab!c offer f rrfusrd. For ijrjcnptkia am! price laddrrsi, H. M W liox 237, (irrcn J $tm. N. C j Raleigh & South port Ry. Co. TIME TABLE i focmiporwix rranojoL A. at V a u ff 4 t U t m 9 a? t ia i& m M n to a 13 4 u a it r. u. I u t 0 1 a t W t c I u t a 1 1 t at t u t a I m 9 1 t a m m OP i tt a i r? t 1 1 t t m i u t m M t r. mT ; L Kit I L r . t. liUktai . i L llr L hW4 L Uta I U lmm ... L Mmmk . ML r. at. a I f. ML hOSTHSOCKD. fAflt. a. u. r. m. r. m. I co 1 cm iu i e i t a 1 S3 1 t 41 u i a i m I U 1 U ft t 61 i u em II t t ?6 t IC 111 t t r t f fat IU i II. u ! ia i lo r j u tti 10 ra i n? ia 10 a it t i 10 M t C 10 ic t at to a sl: jr. at. r. u7 STATIONS L fatol .... L !lnwM( Lw Cmp m Ir Klptlac - I. haiybei 1-t Puqur nertagn. l.r Varlta J.v Willow Mtrtn . I-T UrCoi;ri Lt rrmielcb Ar Rielh Trvlra U1 tep tm cal to rmmmUm m4 4 ehmrw iriri at ftlitoc (wist m ktw iakh Vmm tabtr: SylTtkAte. Bmrm, Slt Cm!hm. Ravi. Cuk, Carr' rU m4 ky. SEABOARD AIR LINE Schedule Effective Aptil 1911. Trala Lea RaUtgS Direct ilat with Double Dally trrrlealoUt West through Atlanta, Klrmtnghaja ar4 Klmphla roa ts aotrrw. So ii tttta No. Ar .. 10. S3 am. No 41 4m pax No. a too tun. roa ma posts. No. N Itta.a. No n n a,a No. lies tn ax No. ... t CS p.Sft. fof WMoa. For ratca. aehedalea. tlst udJm asd aar ether InfornimUon deatrud e,ppty to J. F. Mitch ell. Paaecoter aod Ticket Afeoi TvlffSoce No 117. Nonci.-Above eebedalee pubtliaadealr at InfonneUon. aad are not raaraaiee4 U & LKARD. Divieloa Paa. ArtBi! No. W. Memo Sc. Tueter Itetldfat. Kpp. Nonh Katrmaee PoetfBaee . RALxica n Wcek-Knd and Monday Kacnraioa Farea to Reasfort and Morehmd City by the Sea. Round trip to Morehead City From Week-End. Sunday. Goldsboro 2.25 12.25 1.2S 2.00 1.25 1.75 100 1.65 1.00 1.25 .75 1.75 1.25 1.50 1.0 1.50 1.00 2.25 1.25 LaG range Klnston Dover New Bern Oriental Dayboro Vanceboro Washington Rates to Deanfort 29 cents hither than fares to Morehead City. Week-end tickets sold on all trains Friday and Saturday and Sunday morning, good to return until Tues day following date of sale. Sunday tickets sold each .Sunday, good to return on date of sale only. For particulars, ask any , ticket agent. W. W. CROXTON. General Passenger Agent. Norfolk, Vs., June 28, 1112. Week-End sad Sunday Rxcttraioa Fares to Norfolk and Virginia Beach VU Norfolk Southern Rail road. Round trip to Norfolk From. Week-End. Sunday. JUleigh $4.75' $2.5 2.50 2.5 2.50 2.50 2.60 2.50 2.25 Zebulon 4.75 Wendell 4.75 Middlesex 4.25 Bailey 4.2$ Wilson 3.76 Farxafille 3.75 Greenville 2.75 Washington 3.76 2.25 Rates to Virginia Reach 26 cents higher than fares to Norfolk., Week-end tickets sold for Friday night and Saturday morning trains good to return leaving Norfolk lion day following date of sale. Sunday uexet sold for trains Nos. d and IS Saturday night good to return oa train No. 5 leaving Norfolk at' 2:00 p. m. Sunday following date of sale. For particulars, ask any ticket Sgent. W. W. CROXTON, General Passenger Agent. Norfolk, Vs.. June 28, 1212. DROPSY CURED B2f at DR. JOHN T. PATTERSON ATLAJTTA. s f t CCOMflt. TThea writing adTartirsrt, pi: mention this paper.