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TM1 C4UIM.IA HUIALFRIDAY, MAY M, 1111.
JDNiC0. i The Meralf Job If ice AGAINST DRASTIC rKIUAI MUKNINli TALKS OF HOSPITAL FOR MAURY COUNTY EOF YOUNGER MEMBERS OF LITERA-j RY SOCIETIES WILL DEBATE j TOMORROW. i t CAUCUS DECIDES REGULARS Have Job Department 01 The Herald ADDRESS OF CLASS PRESIDENT BRINGS EXERCISES TO CLOSE TILLMAN THOMPSON STIRS HIS HEARERS WITH SPLENDID EFFORT. WELCOME mitm 0. MORTON Best Class History Ever Heard Is Presented by Historian Gilbert Orr. Nea-iy Every Seat in the House Is Taen Prominent Visitors. . -r i i -i school hoard, and some of the mem-i "ers of the county board of edaca on. Tillman Thompson acted as master J of ceremonies, as president of the j class. The senior class were seated .a a crescent on the stage. p The welcome address was delivered ' ay Goruon Morton ia a short speech t 'rat shewed a great deal of oratorical j :.i.ent The clas3 historian, Gi'.nert Orr, preeented one of the best class h.atortes ever read at the Athenaeum, j He took up each of the eighteen mem - cers o' the class, ana nis remams acout their personal characteristics re grwuy eajojeu. ; The muscial hit of the day was the; instrumental solo by Tillman Thamp-j son. Anothy excellent selection was, tie song by the Junior quartette: Ahley SowelL Clarence Harmon, C. i mith and B. Kaanon. 1 Following la the class day program ; today: Senior chorus, Oass. Wei-, Morton. In-! come address, uoraon etnnnental duet, Annis Joyce and Orr. Vocal solo, Tillman Thompson. CUss will, Mary Brittain. Declanur, con, ti&rweu rars- mu. Dor McCUin. Reading. Katrine Maycie SouthaL Senior rales, 2o Mitchell. Class Poet. Novte Short. Presentation of Girls, Elcise Oales. Class prophet, Margaret Dodaon. Pre sentation cf picture, George Bryant Instrumental sola Harwell Pirk. CUsa liar, Bessie Lee Birjngton. 1 Farewell adireas, TClman Thompson. ! Color bearers. Myrtle Edwards and! Edna Wisener. GRAND JURY COMES BACK AGAIN FRIDAY The grand Jury will resume Its da - ties again here tomorrow, after earn - mcning a laxje namier of witaeasea to attend the aeaaiona. unursaays uauy.) of the Indians. With the thrilling farewell address ! Representatives of the Daughters of President Tillman Thompson, of of the Revolution, United Daughters "-.le class of the class day ;xer- of the Confederacy and Daughters of cisea at the Athenaeum for the Mau-' 1312 also asked to have the privilege : county High School were brought of naming through highways after his- a close. The exercises were held torical characters. Ti-irsday morning, in the study tall , Logan W. Page, director of the fed the .hooI building, and nearly ev-' eral bureau , of roads, delivered the :7 seat, in the house was taken up. ' principal address today, his topi? be- Amcag the visitors there were ling "The Progress of Road BnMding County Superinendent John P. Gra-in the South." ham, several members of the High j 1 Ton Goto Yours? If not come to this office for it. With a capable force of printers and the best and highest class of stock in the city and with new type faces we are prepared to do your job printing better than any other, printing house in Maury county. QUICK SERVICE We are giving a quick service that is meeting the approval of our customers. If it is a rush job you want call up The Herald Office. Get our estimates on Catalogues, Pamphlets, and all kinds of school work. We make a specialty of Programs and Lawyers Briefs. WOMEN ENDORSE JACKSON HIGHWAY LARGE DELEGATION APPEAR BE FORE THE NATIONAL ROAD CONGRESS. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May 25. To- ; day's session of the National Good Roads Congress waa featured by the appearance of a large delegation of Southern women who asked for en dorsement of the "Jackson Highway" . plan. It is proposed to hare the Jackson Highway extended from Nashville to Louisville and from Nashville down through Alabama j president; G. W. Douglass, vice pres along the route taken by General An-Jident; J. W. Tanner, secretary, and drew Jackson when he was in pursuit I H. C. Tucker, treasurer. DAY MAY BE MADE TO QUIT lERPONT'S MAN MAY BE OUST ED FROM PRESIDENCY OF EQUITABLE LIFE. NEW YORK, May 25. Wall Street tQy approacIlill; re. from Emo Qf j p Morga who a toliiag tte Eonltahle Life Assurance Society. ,may m nlnmeQt of William A newIy eIected presdent of by Ryan Artcton in MorgM.g aotence. Mr Morgan,. wno took over the boidinsa from Thomas Fortune Ryan, proTef of mataaii2atIon d0t gtate department Mr. generaly couated one tt admiDiatmloa party- whIca lg not believed to have been eager to hurry j forward mutualixation as Mr. Megan (promised aas Mr. Morgan promiaed fpromiaed and Sapt Hotchklaa rpeat- BANKER LOCKED IN OWN VAULT 80LD DAYLIGHT ROBBERY COM MITTED AT ALBANY, OK LA. ALBANY. Okla., May 23. In broad daylight the State bank at A-bany waa robbed today by two maaged men who entered the bank while President P. L. Cain waa alone in the buil.ling. ; A: the point of revolvers they forced J him to open the vault, and escaped ! with 12.000. CaJn waa left locked in . the vault and when reacned an later iwas nearly suffocated. TO ELECT NEXT YEAR'S OFFICERS MAURY COUNTY LETTER CAR RIER'S ASSOCIATION WILL MEET MAY 3a The Maury County Letter Carriers A3codation will meet here May 30, at which time the officers for the next twelve months will be elected, and delegates chosen to represent this county at the State association's meeting to be held at Nashville on July 4. The officers whose terms ex pire on May 30th are: W. S. Cranford, LEGISLATURE PUTS I OFF INCOME TAX FLORIDA SOLONS DO NOT WANT TO TAKE ACTION JUST YET. TALLAHASSEE, Ha., May 25 The income tax amendment to the Constitution probabry will fail of rati fication at the present session of the Florida Legislature. It today be came practically certain that the amendment would not be acted upon when the Senate again postponed consideration of it for one week on advice of the special committee which is investigating the legality of the present Legislature. COTTON BILL OF LADING IN COURT ECHO OF KNIGHT-YANCEY AF- FAIR IN A SUIT AGAIN8T THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY. RICHMOND, Va., May 25 Growing out of the Knight, Yancey ft Co. cot ton bils of lading case, a suit was filed here today by John Monroe ft Co. New York banker, against the South ern Railway Company for 145,000. It la alleged the Selma (Ala.) agent of the Southern lsaaed fraudulent bffia of ladina; te Knight, Yancey ft Cooa pany, who aent them to the New York firm, which ia tors issued draft for exchange oa Italian, English anal French bankers aggregating HORSE FALLS AND MAN BREAKS LEG FRANK MOOSE OF THE M'NEEL MONUMENT CO. SUFFERS ACCIDENT. Frank Moose, an employe of the MrNeel Monument Company, suffer ed a broken !; Thursday monslng when the hors which he waa riding fell with him a few mflea from town, and severely fractured the Done. WILL NOT ATTEMPT TO ARREST A DC CUT KFnnrnc ' mt",OLng r tLunuMune, OF JOHN J. V RIfitLS Thinks That They Have a Right te That It Would Be an Unwise Poll- cy Their Resolution. NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 25. Af ter two days of wrangling over the proposition of arresting the runaway members of the house, and after a two and one-half hours' session last night the caucus of the regulars came to he conclusion that no at tempt would be made to arrest the filibusters, but that the enforcenent of their attendance should be lett to the people of Tennessee. The members of the caucus ha1 be fore them the opinion of Hon. John J. Vertrees on the subject In which he held that he house had the un doubted right to force the attendance of its absentees when a quorum as wenching open the valve. Then the l PPrec-uiea Dy tne Kings Daugfi involved, but those taking the stand balloon a headlong descent terB- ho Practically filled the Sun that it was an unwise policy to use car Munich, which is fifty miles daJ' Echo' room of tbe F force. finally trained the dav and won rj&- Inglestadt. As the balloon was , church. last night's fight by a vote of 20 to 12, this indicating about the number of regulars and recruits that wen, in- to the meeing held in he Senate ch.m- ber from 8:20 to 11 o'clock. In the discussion of the subject to arrest the members Senator Cox read an excerpt from the paper in which it was set out that any attempt to corral the members by force would" be met by force; thus was emphasiz ed the rumor extant for several days that the militia of the Sate would be THE PRESBYTERY OF KANAWHA employed to protect the - members GAINS VICTORY OVER THE who are remaining away If an at- SYNOD OF VIRGINIA, tempt waa made to drag them Into Ihe house so that the election law LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 25. The might be passed over the of Governor decision of two cases of vital inter Hooper, est to Presbyterians, and a decision The action of the caucus in voting to merge the Home Mission Herald to continue the long distance contest and The Missionary into one paper, carries with it a stand pat policy in to be -he official organ of the Presby regard to the election muddle, and it terian missions, were features of to means, the regulars say, that there day's ork of the general assembly will be no backdown on the pending of the Presbyterian church in the measure. It is taken for granted by United States (Southern I. The Rev. this that the possible loss by the John V. Cannon was victorious in his regulars of Representative Brown contentions against the synod of Mis does not mean that the hope of pass- souri. and the Presbytery of Kana ing the bill is lost, for there are wha gained a victory over the synod enough votes wkithout his to pass it of Virginia The former will now be over the veto of the Governor, if the allowed to construct his churci in others remain steadfast Sr. Lo iis. while the latter will contin- At the caucus last night it was de- ue to send as commissioner to the cided to extend a vote of thanks to general assemblies the oldest member Mr. Vertrees for his opinion In aivis- of the -resbytery in point of years of ing the members of the caucus that membership. they could undoubtedly arrest the The overture to change the eccle runaways. siastica! year to make it conform to Be it resolved by the caucua. That the calendar year was referred back it continue our purpose to adjourn to tbe committee on systematic oenef the regular session of the general as- icence o report o nnext year. The sembly from day to day for two jears commif.ee had reported a recommen or until a quorum is restored; it Is dation that no change be made, our position, further, that those mem- The establishment of a central b li bera who are wilfully absenting them- rean o? education and information selves were elected as we were and looking to the inspiration of the en owe the same duty to the State; and, tire church with reference to all its notwithstanding it is within our pow- work was authorized, er to arrest them, we will not at this j - time resort to force to compel their attendance, but will at all times hold ourselves In readiness for the busi ness of the session and leave to the people of the State the forcing of these men to their seats. t The caucua adjourned aubject to the call of the steering committee.' Practically all of the West Tennessee members of the general assembly who attended the caucus made a bar - ried run to catch the 11: SO Memphis Duveen. of the Irm of Duveen Broth train, and thia morning will witness ers, international art dealers, waa the dally grind with a handful in at- tendance in each house. OFFERS MONEY FOR TRIP TO WASHINGTON SENATOR TAYLOR WILL GIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR MOST ! PROFITABLE ACRE. Senator Robert L. Taylor hu of-1 fered $100 toward a free trip to Wash- j ington to the boy who grows the moat 'YOUNGEST CONGRESSMAN EVER profitable acre of corn, in accordance! SENT UP FROM PHILA with the rulea of the Farmers' Co-1 DELPHI A. Operative Demonatration work of thi ... . United States Department of Agricul- PHILADELPHIA, Pa, May 25 re. William S'aart Reyburn, the young- The boy who captures this trip will est man to be elected to Congresa b ahown through eome of the best from this city, today defeated Henry farma of the United Statea, through Baur in the Second district congrea- the Department of Agriculture at sional electron. He la 27 yeara old. Washington, and win be given a cer- His Dmocritic opponent ia only two tiflcate of honor from the United years his senior. States Secretary of Agriculture, will The new I llW.OOO loan for muni &e Introduced to President Taft and cipal Improvement waa ratified by ahown man other court. The younger memben of the twe ... literary and debating societies of the High school will hold contest at the Athenaeum building Friday morn,-, lDg 7116 roranI t 3:3o, ' ,euu is a strong one. ' ' MILITARY BALLOON BREAKS MOORINGS GERMAN OFFICER, A NOVICE, HAD A HAIR-RAISING EX PERIENCE. INGOLSTADT, Bavaria, May 25. An rrfficer of the garrison here had a thr.;:ing ride today when a military car.'ive balloon broke loose from Its an- i.orase. The offlcer was a novice at Ixuioiuiig ll.i1 iu unable to manip ulh'h the gas valve. Finally when the balloon had reached a height of 16.. 'Ot) feet he clambered to the top of ?he cas bag and succeeded in nea.-ing the ground the officer Jumped int0 tree and was only sliehtlv in- jured. Relieved of the man's weight the balloon again ascended and was later found near Innsbruck, Austria, REV. J. F. CANNON TO BUILD CHURCH HEAVY FINS FOR HENRY J. DUVEEN ART DEALER ASSESSED $15,000 FOR CHEATING THE CUSOMS. ' NEW YORK, May 2. Henry J. fined 15.000 today, the maximum line, in the United Statea circuit court. He pleaded guilty yeaterday to under valuations of imports. His firm has already paid 11,200,000 to the govern ment m settlement of further civil Sentence on BenJ. J. Duveen, also pleaded gu3ty yesterday, (tefrT4- PHILADELPHIA who waa FILLS VACANCY a Urge majority ia a Eht rota. kint.-r niiir.uTCDe uce-r u . . , t 1 , 1 11 METHODIST CHURCH IN COLUMBIA. STATE SfCRHAKr IS HERE Mrs. John R. Aust and Mrs. P. M. j Tamble, of Nashville, Are Via'ting I the Local Circles Presided Over ! by Mra. Frank F. Everett (Thursday's Daily.) The county convention of King's Daughters this afternoon are discuss ing the work of the Maury county; hospital, which will be built by th efforts of the King's Daughters ia this county. The morning work rt the. convention was taken up with the reports of the circles, and excellent talks by Mrs. Frederick Hardy anJi Mrs. Peter M. Tarnble, the a?ist 'ant State secretary who is in attend ance at the convention. Mrs. Tamble's talk, "The Province of the County Secretary," was great Mrs. F. Hardy took for her subje.' t "Tt,e Ter Cross, and the paper showed tnat she had given a gTeat deal of Btudr t0. her lubject It was most abIy bandied, and she was tha recipient of many congratulations oa the excellence of her paper. Mrs. Frank F. Everett, the leader of the Guided Circle, presided at the meeting, and under her efficient man agement the work of the conventl&a was carried forward rapidly. At 12 o'clock luncheon was served in the Sunday school room by the la dies of Columbia, The blessing waa asked at the beginning of the lunch eon by Mother White. At 2 o'clock the sessions were resumed. Mrs. John R. Aust, the State secre tary, who is here from Nashville, de livered one of the strongest effort ever head here in a woman's conven tion. Program. Hymn, "Blest Be the Tie." Devotional exercises. Dr. A. G. Din widdie. Hymn, Take My Life and Let It Be." Reports from the circles: Martha) Adams, Faithful Few, and Wide Awake circles. Music, Mrs. C. A. Forgey. Recitation, Lelia Barr Anderson. Talk, -The Silver Cioss" Mrs. Fred erick Hardy. Talk, ' The Province of the County Secretary," Mrs. P. M. Tamble, of Nashville, assisant secretary. Tu r. ch . riymn, "My Faith Ixoks Up to Thee." Prayer, Mother White. Violin solo, Miss Skelley. Talk by Mrs. John R. Aust, Stats secretary. Solo, Mrs. C. H. Sharp. Paper, Growing Into Larger Things," Mrs. J. T. Alexander, ML Pleasant Paper, The Hospital," Mrs. Fred erick Hardy. Discussion, "Adoption of the Hos pital Into the County Work and Its Maintenance." Pledgee. THE PICTURE OF J. M. DICKINSON WILL ADORN PLACE IN RECEP TION ROOM OF SECREARY OF WAR. WASHINGTON, May 25 Former Secretary of War J. M. Dicklnaoo la a fins oil jortrait wQl adorn a com mon space of the wall In the recsj Hon room cf the eeretary'a oSee, ac cording to unoraken etiatom. It will hang along aide of two other Tennss aeana who were secretaries, John Ea ton and John BelL Mr. Dickinson has yielded to tho importunities of Its members and has withdrawn his resignation as presi dent of the Southern Society of Wash ington. Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson left today for Louisville, from where they to on to NashvOls, arriving there FTV day morning. Constipation causes headache, nau sea, dJ illness, languor, heart palpita tion. Drastic physics grips, slckes. weaksn the bowels and don't cor. Doan's Resists set gently and cars constipation, it cents. Ask yov drutfia.