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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910.
The Gold Leaf THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910. ABOUT LAW ENFORCEMENT. Once We Have Better Jury Statutes, We Shall Have Fewer niscarriages of Justice in North Carolina Work for the Next Legislatnre to Apply It self to. Statexville Landmark. The Charlotte Observer, which is doinK noble service in behalf of law enforcement, especially in behalf of the law against murder, sees hope for a turn in the tide in the disposition of the case of E. K. Powell, the Scot land Neck murderer, who, notwith standing th; ground for an insanity plea accepted a verdict of murder in the fier-ond decree and was given the full penalty of the law 80 years in the State prison. Says the Observer: "The result comes as a most en couraging offset to the nhameful and scandalous failure of justice in mur der trials which the .State has wit nessed recently. "We only wish that the Warren county jury had shared the honor of the deed. Perhaps it is really due much credit, for if the de fense had been confronted by the average murder-trial jury -in North Carolina twelve men picked to ac quit, not only under a system of chal lenges which give the defense over whelming advantage but under the requirements as to qualification which usually render intelligence, and particularly newspaper-reading a bar if the jury had been like this, the de fense would not have thrown up the 1 nponge. Once we have better jury statutes, we shall have more juries such as the one at Warrenton pre sumably was. Let us hope that this trial's outcome marks a turning point, and that next winter the Leg islature will definitely inaugurate an era of respect for law and safety for human life in North Carolina." The Landmark trusts that the Ob server's hope is well-founded, but it must confess that it sees no great ground for it. That justice triumph ed in this case, was, we fear, not so much because of any turn in the tide as because of the peculiar conditions surrounding it. Powell really de served the death penalty, but under ordinary conditions the most he had to fear was the insane department of the State prison. The man he killed Chief of Police Dunn was promi nently connected, while those wound ed, one seriously, are prominent law yers and politicians. As a result the sentiment in favor of Powell's punish ment was so strong that it could not be resisted; and notwithstanding he was defended by eminent counsel ex (!ov. Aycock his counsel evidently realized the situation and was only too glad to accept a compromise ver dict of second degree murder. Had the case gone to the jury it might have been the worse for Powell. But had Powell's victims been humble and unknown citizens would the re sult have been the same? Hardly. The Landmark despises these dis tinctions but they exist and must be recognized. Under the last named condition there would have been, in stead of a powerful influence to create a sentiment to demand punishment, a .feeling of indifference except on the part of a few; and many people, who in the former case were ready to swear that Powell was sane and to help create sentiment in favor of pun ishing him, would under other cir cumstances have remained silent, or have helped to create a sentiment in his favor. It is true that sometimes people of prominence and influence are murdered and the crime is un avenged. P.ut in such case the mur derer is usually prominent and able to take care of himself. Powell's punishment is due to the fact he was not prominent and influential, while his victims were. CASTUP OF THE FIGHT. The Best Brute Won. Atlanta Constitution. Editor Constitution: It was a question of brutality, and the best brute won. (.llTMiE) JOHN. I. HUNT. Clakston, (la., July 4, 1010. This expression from a clear-headed Georgia judge sums up the aftermath of Kena more accurately than the ci kimns of scienctifie and complicated dissertations of so-called experts. Ve are told it was "youth and skill" versus "outworn strength, years of soft life and inability of the cells to display their old-time recu perative power.' Maybe so. lint, at the last analysis, "it was a question of brutality,' and the best brute won."' "The best brute"' always won be fore, when the now-beaten Jeffries met men of as marvelous ring gen eralship as the (ialveston darky who now holds the title of prize slugger of thi two hemispheres. The catch-cry of "the jungle against civilization" is only an iridescent rig " ure of speech. These men met in the ring at Reno upon the common platform of bru tality, that knows no racial distinc tions, no geographical frontier?, no separations of tradition or practice A few years of easv livinc and in dolence shifted the handicap of brute superiority irom one to the other. And the best brute won! -No amount of pyschological fooling and sparring between word-experts and specialists of the prize ring can get around that fact. This said, what is left? That civilization has for months been plunged in a welter of barbarism and brutality, business more or less interfered with, worthier sublets nwr KvtOil 1)PC!11KA of tln rirol n.in.li'.l.i.irr oi i wo sniggers tor honors to be de cided much in the same wav two riva neis, near, eiepuants, nveuas or boaconstrietors would arbitrate their unterences. Pretty spectacle, isn't it? Let us hope that surmise is true, uuu uiai civilization, has seen, in this i tie last ot these huruan dog fights me twentieth century and the twentieth century newsnaDer shoul not be the forum for the staging o fUL-a auorigiuai outrages, with not even their excuse for existence. Total Receipts Amounted to $370,775 -Rlckard and Gleason Will Have a Profit of $120,000. Reno, Nev., July 7. Tex Rickard gave out an official statement of re ceipts and attendance at the fight. It shows the gate receipts totaled $ 270 775. Those that paid admission numbered 15,7G0. In addition to those who paid to gee the fight, Rickard says there were 700 complimentary tickets given to the press and others. He estimated the number that slipped in at various places around the arena, breaking holes in the boarding or climbing to the rim of the structure at 1,500. All told, the attendance given as 18,020. There were sold 1,258 seats at $50, 150 at ?40, 034 at -30, 1,507 at $25, 1,457 at ?20, 1 ,70 at $15, and 9,050 at $10. The purse, with bonuses given the two fighters, amounted to $121,000, and Rickard figured that his experi ence at San Francisco cost him about $30,000. Thus he and his partner, Gleason will have a profit of about $120,000. Things That Joe King Thinks. Durham Herald. Mr. Manning at least showed what sort of a judge he would make before asking for the nomination. If the Kitchin machine is backing Judge Manning who is the Simmons machine standing out for? It will not do to stop prize fighting altogether until somebody puts the kibosh all over Johnson. If the recent campaign did not hurt the party in Wake, then there is noth ing for it to fear in the future. There will perhaps be no objection to that pet of rascals voting the ticket in Wake county this fall. As they did not have a picture of Dr. Faison on hand they must not have been expecting him to get it. It would be just as well for the South to sit still and let the balance of the country tear its shirt over the matter. The machine may be for Judge Manning, but it is the same machine that tried to down Mr Kitchin at Charlotte. They may tell us that all has been forgotten in Wake, but those who know anything about politics know better than that. If the negro had been put to sleep the affair would not have been so brutal and we would not have minded looking at the pictures. Communities that make it a busi ness of turning murderers loose should keep their mouths shut about the brutality of the prize ring. "We do not mind them stopping the pictures, but let them find out that they can stop that and they will be wanting to stop something else. As most of the picture shows are run for white people only and we do not have to attend them unless we want to, there is no use to throw a fit over it. The negro who entered a Raleigh restaurant and asked for "Jack Johnson pie" got served all right However, the pie was a squash. alongside his head with a bottle. A minister is thinking about run ning for the legislature in "Wake county and "Wake county politicians are not given to saying things fit lor ministers s ears to hear at best Some of those who are now deplor ing the fact that Jeffries put himself on a level with the negro, were three months ago wanting him to go into the ring and knock the stuffing out of him. Hut it must be admitted that as much brutes as are Jeffries and John son t hey not as much brutes as those people who pulled each other off street cars and otherwise acted in barbaric manner in the cities of the east. If the Republicans want to do the nice thing, let them refuse to put out a candidate for the legislature. Of course he is a Democrat, but he would represent the town and the county and they would not lose any- U11UT uv 11. "While that sort of talk makes good campaign thunder, the party does not want to put the American Tobac co Company out of business or out of the State. If you think this is not true, just watch the party when It Is up against a proposition of this nnd. We are afraid now as we have been all alontr. that our candidate has been defeated, vet those of use who know him are still his friends. One thing that is everlastingly to his credit is that in this dav of sham practice among lawers no firm with wnicn ue nas Deen connected has ever been accused of anything of the kind. Work 24 Hours a Day. Th.- Wi.t little thintrs ever made are Dr out. Klobul,. of health, that changes weak t - rluf?lu- languor into energy ... ..... Uf miu menial power: curinc (VnHti .' Z . uiuscies. whether injured . ui rAtriuibe or llllllrr- is 1.,- ,i. t ;r' " ... re 1..;..- t - - "ppiiLauuu ui b LibiinenT valuiihii '.v ' a it v ilia irun " -.!. . : . r .1 . 1 illlriinmunt m ai..,U: t o tjuaiii. n.vs afford quirk relief. R0ld b.v nil dealers APPROPRIATIONS FOR STATE. What the State Has Secured and Who Obtained It The Democrats Have Done the Best Work. Washington Dispatch to Charlotte Observer. From government compilations and recent river and harbor bills 1 am enabled to give Observer readers the following facts with reference to goverment appropriations to North Carolina rivers ana narDors, em Draw ing all appropriations from the foun dation of the government to the pres ent time, including those in the pres ent river and harbor act. Theentire appropriations for the State amount to ?9,94J,022.92. Prior to the civil war tne appro priations to our waters amounted to $732,058.92, or an average of a little over 110,000 a year for the 72 years. From the readmission ot the btate to representation in congress in 18G8 to Senator Ransom's election ' to the Senate in 1872, a period of four years, the State's waterways re ceived $185,000 from the govern ment, or an average of $46,2o0. Dur ing this time the State was represent ed by Senators Pool and Abbott, Re- . 1 11 T publicans, and almost sonaiynepuo lican delegations in the House. During Senator Ransom's 23 years of service he and his Democraeic col leagues in the Senate Merrimon, Vance and Jar vis and the almost solidly Democratic delegations in the House secured for the rivers and harbors of the State $4,170,200, an average of $181,574 ayear. During nearly all of this time Senator Ran som was a member, and for a part of the time chairman, of the Senate committee on commerce. By virtue of his membership on, and chairman ship of, this committee, he is largely entitled to the credit for these large appropriations for the State. The State never had a more untiring worker for her material advancement than the courtly Ransom, now for a very few years peacefully sleeping by his native Roanoke. For the six years from 1895 to 1901, in which the State was repre sented in the Senate by Senators Pritchard and Butler and almost solid fusion delegations in the House, the appropriations for the State's waterways amounted to $573,700, and average of $95,51G a year, or but slightly over half the average of the period of Democratic control of the State's representation in Con gress, although the total appropri ations for the rivers and harbors of the country averaged more than twice as much in Pritchard's and Butler's time as they did in the time of Ransom and Vance. In 1901 F. M. Simmons succeeded Marion Butler in the Senate, and for the next two years the State's repre sentation in the Senate was divided politically Pritchard, Republican, and Simmons, Democrat. During these two years the rivers and har bors appropriations for North Caro lina amounted to $319,700, a yearly average of $159,850. This was be fore Senator Simmons became a member of the committee on com merce and before he "got his hand fairly in," although during this time he secured the authorization for the first survey of the famous "inland waterways." For the seven years since 1903, when Senator Overman joined Sena tor Simmons in the Senate, there have been appropriated $3,956,364, an average of 5G5,195 a year a lit tle more than three times the yearly average of any other period of the State's history and nearly six times the average when the State was rep resented in the Senate by Republi cans, lhese large appropriations have been secured by the untiring work of Senators Simmons and Over man and the State's delegation in the House, for much of the time solidly Democratic and nearly so all the time. For several years Senator Simmons has been a member of the Senate committee on commerce, and more than half of the $3,956,304 ap propriated to our rivers and har bors during the last seven years has been added to the river and harbor bills in Senate amendments offered and secured by him. He is a member of the national waterways commis sion and has given much study to water transportation, upon which he is coming to be regarded as an authority. I recapitulate the appropriations as follows: Prior to civil war (72 years)...? 732,058 92 Pool and Abbott (4 years).... 185,000 00 Ransom et al (23 years) 4,176.200 00 Pritchard and Butler(G years) 573,700 00 Pritchard and Simmons(2 years) 319,700 00 Simmons and Overman( 7 years)3, 956,364 00 Letter from Trinity College. Durham, .V L, June. 30. The cat alogue of the School of Education re cently established at Trinity College uas just neen issued, Tins school has a strong faculty of fifteen men, and oners courses that will give teachers throughout the State an opportuni to to prepare themselves for high school work. The currieul two years, and the courses are so ar- ranged that teachers ran rnl-o ton hours in academic courses. fiv hour in high school methods and admin istration, and three hours in science 01 teaching. The Tnnitv Park School and the Durham City School offer the very best opportunity for teachers to study high school work. Hon. J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent of Public Instruction, writing of the School of Educatiiou says: "I am much pleased and encourag ed by this important step of the Col lege in enlarging its School of Educa tion, and in providing such a course for the preparation of teachers in scholarship and professional educa tion. The means for such prepara tion have been inadequate, especially for the preparation of men. either to the needs or the demands of the public and private schools of the State. I am confident that such a course of study as I find outlined here will add greatly to the service of the College, and will be adistinctand most valuable contribution to the advancement of education in the state. Special boarding arrangements are wing maae lor both men and women. AO charge will be made for tuition. - The world's most successful medicine for bow-el complaints is Chamberlains Colic holera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It has re"- more pain ana snnenng:. and saved more lives than any other medicine in use invaiuaoie lor children and adults. Sold bv fill flOAlAfia 11 iw ui" Willi m J immmmmmmmmmmimmmmMii , . nug .wmmi i iil -wi im 91 mAJ jyfj '- The bouse on the left is not in danger from flying sparks and fire-brands because it is roofed with New Century Metal Shingles. Over 75 of the fires origi nats on the outside. Metal is the only thoroughly fireproof material practicable for all pur poses of construction. If your roof is covered with New Cent ury Metal Shingles you have eliminated 75 of the danger of fire and also have a handsome, waterproof, durable roof. Your insurance premium will be smaller, too. When comparing the cost of wood and New Century Metal Shingles, always consider the difference in cost of laying, difference in insurance and difference in wearing qualities. rppp Write today for full details, prices and our illustrated Shingle ssC-C' Book No. 25. It will help you solve the Roof Problem. Ask Your Dealer For Cahill Grates You will never enjoy the full measure of grate satisfaction until you install our Cahill Grates in your home. These handsome grates are deservedly popular because of their exceptional heating qualities and because they are so economical to operate. If your dealer doesn't carry them in stock, eend us his name and we will arrange to have him show you the Cahill line. IVe Manufacture all "kinds of Metal Roofing, Architectural Wrought and Cast Iron Work, such as Stairways, Fire-Eseapes, Store Fronts. Columns, etc., also Galvanized Iron Work such as Cornice, Awnings, Skylights and Ventilators. We also manufacture Southern Ornamental Metal Ceilings in the beautiful Louis XIV and Colonial designs. Write for prices. Chattanooga Roofing &' Foundry Co. CHATTANOOGA . - - TENNESSEE sn s ml tl'T t jar. 1 5 1 CAHILL GRATES for Sale by JOHN B. WATKINS. TTfT?f rfT??f??TTTf?TTTTfTYTTTVTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT t .s- - 3 t t t t STANDARD LIQUORS. SPECIAL PRICE on These Goods Only ! 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The Clarksville Whiskey House, Clarksville, Va. 4 4 4 4 4 4 -4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 -4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Vi C c c Total f 9,943.022 92 From the above the following de ductions are easily made by Demo crats: "First: It is of immense advantage to North Carolina to have one of its Senators on the Senate committee on commerce. "Second: Although the Republican party has been in control of the gov ernment most of the time since the civil war, the Democrats haviner con troi oi all Drancues of the law-mak ing power only two years, North Car olina Democratic Senators and Rep resentatives nave been and are much more successiui in ootaining appro priations for their constituents than Republicans. A comparison of the appropriations made for public buildings and for other purposes in the State, as well as the river and harbor appropriations, will bear out this statement-" FIRE. INSURANCE, fire. What is the first question asked when you hear of a fire? Was it insured, of course. Then why not have your property insured today be fore it is too late ond some one has to say "No, it was not?,, We represent a large line of Fire, Life, Health and Accident companies. We want your business. Henderson Loan & Real Estate Co. AL B. WESTER, Manager Fire Ins. Dept Phone 139, 3 a 3 3 YOU WANT 0) fi) 3t! i Ull GUTS flust be Above Suspicion. Kidney and bladder ailments are so serious in their consequences, and if unchecked so often fatal that any remedy offered for them must be above suspicion. Foley's Kidney Pills contain no harmful drugs. and have suc cessfully stood a long and thorough test. Sold by all druggists. Different Kinds of Li ars. Greensboro Record. By the way, did any one ever hear of an alienist going counter in his opinion to that desired by the side employing him? Not much. A defend ant sets up the insanity dodge and every last one of the experts emplov ed by him will say he is crazy. It "is the same with the prosecution. At torneys pay for what they want and they get it. Some old judge in South Carolina remarked in his charge to a jury not long ago that there were several kinds of liars the plain liar, the d liar and the expert. AFrlzntVuVwreck of train, automobile or buggy may cause cut, bruises, abrasions, or wounds that de mand Bucklen's Arnica Salve earth's great est healer, tnick relief and prompt cure re sult. For burns, boils, sores of all kinds, ecsema, chapped hands and lips, sore eyes or corn,8', $uPre,ne- Surest pile cure. 23c. at Melville Doroev's. We shall be pleased to give estimates of cost of wiring your home for ELECTRIC LIGHT. All our work is done by careful, experienced men, and is guar anteed to give satisfaction. The wiring inspector for the Insurance Companies reports our work without defects. 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We beg to thank our customers for their past favors, and assure them of our readiness to serve them as heretofore. With a stock more complete than ever, and fresh new goods con stantly being added, we hope to be favored with an opportunity to do business with many new customers as well as our old ones this year. We carry the same lines everything in Gen eral Merchandise DRESS GOODS AND no. TIONS, TRIMMINGS, WHITE GOODS HATS, SHOES, HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS, &c. Also full line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Flour, Meat, Meal, Feedstuffs, Etc. H. THOMASON, O Phone No. 308 B. Henderson, N C. v 4 -y oni 4 ICE CREAltt miiitrv. I.t trie - ' 1!' Why not make your own ice cream? You'll ,ifave bet ter creairi you'll always know that it is pure cream anc the savings each time you freeze will very shortly pay foi the cost of freezer The White Mountafrtreezer is a light running service able freezer freezes rapidly sntdL smoothly and needs but little ice. 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Use Whiskey Old Velvet 4 years old... 4 00 Mountain Rye 2 yeara old 2.75 Kentucky Belle Ryo Syearsold 5.00 Kcho Spring R.ve 8 years old 5.00 Silver Brook Rye 0 years old 4.00 Mountain Spring Rye in 4 years old. 3.50 Log Cabin Rye 3 years old 2.75 Mountain Spring Rye xx 2.75 Excelsior Rye 2 years old 2.75 ('olden Crown Rye 3 years old 3.00 Protestor Jones Rye 2.50 Apple Brandy Home Made KyearsolJ. 4.50 Baltimore Apple Brandy 3 years old... 3.00 fJiner Brandy .I 2.50 iv.-ich Brandy 10 years old 5.00 Peach and Honey 2 50 N". B. 1 gallon corn whiskey and jag F. O. B. here 1.C5 Barrelled Goods. Cherry Wine 3.00 Old Cherry 8 years old 4.00 Port Wine 2 5) Scnppernong Wine 2.50 Claret Wine 2.25 Blackberry Wine 2.25 Holland (iin 3.00 Rose Gin 2.50 Bottled Goods. French TJrandy Per qt .. 3.50 Cane Spring Rye 4 qts (bottled in bond U. S. GoTernment Stamp).... 0.00 Green River Rye 4 qts COO Three Feathers Rye 4 qts- 8.00 Canadian Club 4 qts 0.0O Old Prentice 4 qts.. . 0.00 Mum's Rye 4 qts 0.00 Full Dress 4 qts ;.(X Four Aces 4 qts 0.00 Echo Spring 4 qts 0.00 Mark Rogers 4 qts..., 0.00 Jefferson Club 4 qts COO Gordon Rye 4 qts 0.00 Three Crowns Rye 4 qts 0.00 Yellow Label 4 qts 0.00 Old Sherwood 4 qus, 0.00 William Penn 4 qts 0.00 Fltz Hugh Lee 4 qts 5.00 Blue Blood 4 qt 5.00 Montreal Malt whiskey 4 qts 5.00 Billy Baxter 4 qts 4.00 Anderson Club 4 'qts 4.00 Old Bob Burton 4 qts 4.50 Old Flutter 4 qts 0.00 Jamestown Irish whiskey 4 qts 0.00 Dewer's Scotch 4 qts 6.00 Royal Arch 4 qts Rooney's Malt 4 (tx Duffy's Malt 4 qfs Duffy's Mult liytlieciuw- American Malt 4 qts Casey Malt Rose Talley Rye 4 qt Glens Lilly Rye 4 qt Old Velvet 4 qts G. P. R. 4 qts Silus Dean 4 qts Old Hnry4 qt Corn Whiskey 100 ptx Corn Whiskey 100 half pt Corn Whiskey 100 Proof 1"" Corn Whiskey 100 Proof loo Bottled Wine. Virginia Dai 4 qts St. Kstephe 4 qts St. Julean 4 qts Virginia Claret 4 qts Imperial Sherry Wine H y.-ar 1 Domestic 4 qts Alcohol best grade 1 qt Minnehaha 4 qts..... Pocahontas 4 qts Imperial Blackberry 4 qtH Scnppernong 4 qts Port 4 qts...' Blackberry Brandy 4 qts Extra Dry Murain's 4 qts .... X. B. 1 gallon corn whist-v 1"" jug F. O. B. here 4 in- I " "" I ' ' I ( mi :; ! :: ' if) 4 ,ii ,1 pi Take our advice and buy HOME MADE COPPER-DISTILLED Corn Whiskey made us m the old fashion way. We are one of the few that make our own Corn Whiskey, so -iii yet il uueci irom me soil by on ?et it direct irom the shlL All orders must be accomnaniftd bv PaVi;ro CUV P- riflC- rrAr nr ExpfesS oney Order. No individual checks taken unless party is known to us. No stamps taken i whiskey. No goods sent C. O. D REFERENCES : First State Bank and Planters Bank of Clarksville, Va., First National Bank of osf. .r-l. N ' P. S. All Whiskies Delivered Express Prepaid in plain boxes if desired. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Clarksville Whiskey Hoise, Clarksville, VirginiaL. teX. B.-l gallon Com WhUkey 100 proof and jug P. O. B. here 2.16.