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Thursday, October 17, 1912.
CAUCAmATT. LOCKHART FLAYS KITCHJN IN HIS SPEECH AT MADISON T Attacks Gov. Kitchin's Record and Tells Why He Turned Against the Man He Helped to Elect Says Kitchen's Record Has Been Four Years of Whining "I Can t do Anything" Dosen't Want a Cry-Baby in the United States Senate Kitchen Did Not Want an Effective Anti-Trust Law. Kx-State Senator James A. Lock-! Southern Railway; he said bo Woman Vlmd Her Chro Cfc aad Raked the U7er. (Wadesboro Messenger.) He lb a blew bit fca4 off th a alvstj frost Ik oVrk-roca tt U jwag run. After beta dispautswi. U D4a. t $ea, aja4 tier, istacl. -.Van. t nil. -I VS tors wfe Sis of lh fees rrii wiiLrk Iff- 1 I:! ia Km1 ilUm The nail crowd that happened to For cooked and tfc iizMj ate wtifcjfcria e a pottac sot" b ia the court-room late Saturday relUfe. Upon beiair ake4 If b wr JUi urioxc coun aajoara- cot afraid to eat s thai had bnt tVyaa lwr lrvS- r iui iuc irrn. w&i Taativ iir. inf4 av. t . - talned and arnased by the oauiaal said: "Not al all. Ia fact, wttk the Soathfort News. J Th Ns York IteraJl aj that after a carfl casta, It tlr Woodrpw Wlltoa will carry jstsarlr ery Stat la th Valoa, Th fat r;irt, who is campaigning in tne in-: tV-r-pt of JudKe Walter Clark, spoke Ki Madison, Rockingham County, Sat-j n'rilay, and took Governor Kitchin or his text. His speech, as reported ,:- the Hpecial correspondent of the harlotte Observer, was a severe ar raignment of Governor Kitchin's rec ord. The following is a portion of thf n port: The Senatorial campaign received n(w impetus here this afternoon. Governor William Walton Kitchin Is now on the defensive and the man re fponsible for the situation is former State Senator James A. Lockhart, of Wadesboro, who was the manager of campaign in Anson County for Mr. Kitchin four years ago, and who jspent considerable money out of his own purse for the purpose of secur ing the nomination for the Gover nor "Mr. Lockhart announced as the first issue to be considered the pro viding of pensions for Confederate poldiers. This is one plank in the platform of Judge Clark, Mr. Lock hart stated, that In reference to this proposition no one knew the position of Senator Simmons, for the reason years ago; but all that he has done spectacle of a woman pieadiac her head chosd off thm hfmif own case. Mrs. M. A. Hinson. of would hate brn c eating, Concord, waa the lady ta question, cseat waa white and tes4er Mn. Hinson was the wife of the late Mr. Foy ajs that a "Hull" saake. Hugh M. Ingram, who lived near aTter swallowing a goodly cojnber cf : Nryaa deciart Woo row WHms Wadesboro. The land ia question r.tr. rrawla to the lirb of a tr, r; rxrrj every flMU ta the Uka lies about two mil north of Wade- some other high place, aad falla to niakr v doubt the Herald, tor Mr, ro r n anrl hw ton 1 in xtr f-i9m t v. . . . . 5 1 1 - v . . v fntirS , . u,tu v iur ftiuunu, iqcq idp rgg are urOl1 w j r? i iw yivyi. j the time of hie death. The land, af- j ter Mr. Ingram's death, was sold nn- n intlde of him and then digested.! orrcily a to r!rtlci3 rtwalta, No doubt this particular "Hull" la- i . 11 III maVfi Titcnem n i mtri ftrlvwt HUH I 1 for another office. Mr. Kitchin de-' dr forec,8ure proceedings and some tended to get outalde the entire nota- !htU la a lMwtla Hrrwmble ho H.nnnnr.ti 1 11 Das cBanged band several ber of fourteen egg before be did for KWv. nounces the railways; he denounces freight rate discrimination; but he does nothing to remedy the condi tion. "Mr. Lockhart said that he consid ered Mr. Kitchin a nice, pleasant gen tleman, and was willing to agree that was just as true of Judge Clark and Senator Simmons; 'but the time has come.' he said, 'for the people to se lect a man who can do things for the State, rather than choose a man be cause of his personality. I contend,' he said, 'that public officers are the hirelings of the people and should attend to the interest of the people. Judge Clark will do this.' Kitrhin Has Never Attempted to Hurst a Trust. " 'In the last place,' said Mr. Lock hart, 'one great issue is that of the trusts and Judge Clark is not an en emy to big business. He is glad to see all business prosper; but he is opposed to permitting any business, by reason of its wealth or power, to plunder or rob the people. Great corporations can do great harm. They times. j Mrs. Hinaon has been working on ! the case several year, and during this time has consulted a number of lawyers. She and her lawyers could never agree long at a time, and she finally decided to cut loose from them entirely. Wrhen the case came up for trial the falling act.-vr-r. Kayettettlle Obr- TImm CVdlece Huudlom ml. Illrknrv. Those college ftudenta at Hickory who prevented the ipeeca of Mr.! Roosevelt by yelling for "Wilson" will have to learn from the very i dictin-i It waa Grrcmilie Rejector (IV a.) J la North Carollaa Detaocrata are fighting each otter nore tfcaa ihrj are tgU a tl ay, TVat I s tied wtta peect-&ay 8&tt4 ScwrlU. Tt Slasa wNfa" C bct to tie twHat t Ui'.lxg tlalctrti Hct Mh Mka talct HrfaJ WaS. A MxVa Htsg ate ma4BM aa rra&k UorrtRia aa4 rdUJt t ma a Uatcfca, aa altaae4 aa4 rsrtV abl? fataUy taitxl f tarv afeowa tjcrwa la Raiita Tft4aj abt T o'ctocl fcear tka latrr tisa ct FajttU aad Ca&arrs Street Ttm mgrx- etade lt ca. lrormtte aaJ Itl4Vfaa aba will eot pretest tte third iartf trefa grttl&g totr If It go tff la fMM pie with tte rtxat ata4 of a platform, Hethari HcraU. that he had not expressed it. On the can crush competition, lower prices other hand, Governor Kitchin was of the raw material and raise the j'n-vhining tones was telling the peo- cost of the finished; and hence they pie that his father was a Confederate are to be properly controlled.' soldier, but failing to rmeind the "Mr. Lockhart illustrated with the Saturday afternoon Mrs. Hinson an- start the art of treating a nounced that she was her own law- gulshed visitor courteously. yer as well as her own witness. Judge a regrettable Incident, and th Col- Peebles told her that he thought she onel made a very pertinent obaerta- ought to have some assistance and as tion wren he told the boys they! Mrs. Summers, the court stenograph- were "long on noise but little short! er, was the best lawyer la the room, on Intelligence." Charlotte News. he would appoint her to assist in the Some of the' participants in the conduct of the case. Mrs. Summers Roosevelt episode were tried before' blushlngly denied the soft impeach- the Recorder and fined $3 each and! ment but did help Mrs. Hinsoa-every costs. An effort is being made to! now and then. get the names of all who participated,; During the progress of the case and warrants will be sworn out for; Mrs. Hinson, much to the amusement them. The affair has created some of the court and spectators, proceed- thing of a sensation at Hickory. ed to rub it in on the lawyers she Union Republican, had employed, stating, among other, things, that Mr. Hartsell, of Concord, was the only honest member of the profession she had ever had anything to do with. Her speech to the jury occupied about twenty minutes, and was delivered with as much ease as if she had been a professional talk- all the Should Honor the Man Who Cave Them Panama Canal. name people that during his twelve American Tobacco Company, and for er. The jury found years in Congress and his four years a little while he handled that corpo- i against Mrs. Hinson. as Governor he had not proposed or ration without gloves. Then he re- i ccom pi ish el anything for the relief ferred to the position of Governor Kitchin. 'Kitchin is the great self announced trust-buster, who has of the old soldiers. Freight Hates Discrimination "The matter of freight rate i nver even attempted to. bust a trust, dis-; if chosen as United States Senator. criminations was the next topic and he will bust just as many trusts as very forcibly did the speaker handle, he has busted during the past four the subject. He said that freight ' years.' was hauled from the North and West Confession, through Madison nad Winston to At- .Mr Lockhart then said that he lanta and Charletson at a lower rate,had a confession to make. 'Four than that charged to Madison. Heiyears ag0 Mr Kitchin came to also suggested that fertilizer was wadesboro and opened the campaign, shipped irom Liunehiua, o. ..and jn that speech Mr. Kitchin said: 'Elect me Governor, and I will put Atlanta Judge? Pined for Contempt. Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 12. Judge A. W. Fite, of the Cherokee Circuit, was found guilty to-day of writing a newspaper article in contempt of the State Court of Appeals. , He was sentenced to pay $500 within ten days. In the event of his failure to do so, he must erve ten days in jail. harleston. S. C iLmniri Wn (s mm. winsion anui. Madison to Roanoke at a lower rate than the rate to Madison, and then reminded his audience that something should and could be done to remedy this condition. Judge Clark would, if elected Senator, strive for the enact ment of laws for the abatement of the evil. "He said that, as Governor, Mr. Kitchin had not done anything con cerning freight rate discrimination and his only explanation was that he could not do anything Four Years of Whining. "The people having heard the fair promises of William Walton Kitchin elected him as successor of Aycock and Glenn nad the result has been simply four years of whining, 'I can't do anything.' At this point, with tre mendous emphasis, Mr. Lockhart shouted: 'Do we want a man who can't in the United States Senate:' "Immediately a stronge response, 'No! No!' came from the audience. "Mr. Lockhart said that Governor Kitchin reminded him of " 'An infant crying in the night, an infant crying for light, only a cry and nothing more.' "Then he asked: D'o the people of North Carolina want a cry-baby in the United States Senate? The applause was great. "Mr. Lockhart said by reason of freight discrimination the Southern Railway alone had received $11,000, 000 from the people of North Caro lina. Kitchin Has Not Tried to Find a Way. "He said that he favored the fair treatment of the railways and in this he agreed with Judge Clark; but he was assured that the railways should grant the same rate to North Caro lina points as to these points be yond. He proceeded to state that he could help Mr. Kitchin. "There Is a way to bring railways to terms, but Mr. Kitchin had not tried to find a way. He illustrated with the Southern Railway, and said that the State of North Carolina had leased to this railroad the line from Charlotte to Greensboro! This lease contains certain provisions and he did not believe that Mr. Kitchin had even read the lease, for, in fact, Mr. Kitch in had been so busy for the past four years making speeches and running for the Senate that he had not had time to attend to the business of the State. Could Do Nothing. "If Mr. Kitchin would read the lease, and then bring action against the Southern Railway for the cancel lation of the lease something would happen. The railway company would find itself unable to borrow money with the suit pending and immediate ly they would sue for peace. But Mr. Kitchin had never been known dur ing his entire sixteen years to do anything against the railroads. " 'Mr. Kitchin anounres himself as the only true-blue, all-wool, yard- w"ie, eat-em-alive opposer of the the trust officials behind prison bars and in stripes." Mr. Lockhart said: " 'I believed him. I knew that he i had failed to do any thing while he was in Congress; but he had told me that he could be made Governor he would be an independent and active Governor. I trusted him and sup ported him. I spent money for car riages, hired a brass band, paid for the printing of the tickets, and I worked for him. It is true he offer ed to repay me; but I wouldn't let. him and told him, that I did not want the money; but I did want him to be a man for the people of North Carolina, and fulfill his promises to the people. " 'The first suspicion of Mr. Kitch in came to me when the convention was in Charlotte four years ago, and then it was that Mr. Reuben D. Reid of Rockingham County came to me in the Selwyn Hotel and said that he was afraid that we were making a mistake and that Kitchin was in the hands of the American Tobacco Com pany. His closest friends were the close friends of that big corporation. They were apparently backing him. Kitchin W'anted to Go Slow. " Still, I believed in Kitchin. Then as the deadlock continued, Mr. Reid came to me again and begged me to withdraw my influence from Mr. Kitchin, but still I believed in him, and I still thought he was all right until I, as the Senator from Anson A Snake Story With All the Flour ishings. Mr. J. H. Foy, who lives at the old "Arey place," a few miles south of the city, tells of a strange happening some days gao. Mr. Foy had a hen setting on fourteen eggs in a little out-house. At what he thought about the time for the hen to hatch, he went to see how she was getting on, The Panama Canal Is an imperish able monument to the courage, wis dom and statesmanship of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, for it required a issues strong man with real red blood in his veins to handle the situation and no weakling could have dealt with it successfully. The South is begin ning to receive the vast benefits that will accrue to it by reason of the construction of the Canal, and the present generation will live to see a development take place that other wise would have been left for future reneration3 to accomplish and enjoy. The men of the South, without regard to past political affiliations, should honor the man who has thus honored and served them and cast their votes for Colonel Roosevelt. Wilkes Patriot. New and Second Hand Of Every Description. PEAM) AMD ORGANS You can set 5 per cent discount if ycu mention The Caucasian. KOONCE BROTHERS 105 and 111 East Harcet St, Raleigh. North Carohna. This Story is Always Good. (From Harper's Bazar.) The young man was convalescing from typhoid fever, and was very hungry. The doctor promised him! when, to his astonishment, he found that he should have something to eat only five eggs, and no broken shells on the following day. 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I was told by William Wal- lxre2SS rtw ITUthin nannla nt XTnvtVi ttm IIA. J..M. .-.w..ODuU.i,u tuu ivitvuiu tuut ouv a v i-f v v a aivi i.u t wwsl a Carolina did not want any anti-trust ! ieuILVrert legislation, and that the people of Rockingham County had defeated Reuben D. Reid because of his in terest in that legislation. " 'Mr. Kitchin said to me, "Go slow, the people don't want anything done." I went out from his office disgusted and undone, and my confi dence in W. W. Kitchin was gone, and gone forever, and I am opposed' to nominating that kind of a man for! the exalted office of United States, Senator.' "Mr. Lockhart impressed them as one who was sure of his ground, and when he said that he would gladly face Governor Kitchin on the .plat form anywhere, and at any time and repeat the charges, there was heavy applause." Boy's Father Will Sue University Authorities. Charlotte, N. C, Oct. 15. Henry E. 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