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TWI COLUMBIA HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1913.
ft - L u .ji. " "Figure it out foryourpelf" You carry Fire Insurance and why P Because of the danger of sudden loss. Because it protects you against this uncertainty, although your buildings may never burn down. Do you protect them against decay against the weather aeainst the dead certainty of depreciation resulting from aUOW- lug UlBDl bU gu uujuuurou. nujr huh Paint Insurance is worth even more to vou than Fire Insurance yet is often eadly neglected and you are the loser. MASTIC PAINT for 40 years has proven the "real protector" of buildings. For quality service economy and beauty of flntfb it has no equal. Ask for color card. SOLD BY STEPHENSON BROS. n p vH 1 JtT IBbbbssT sbbbb! LbbV I IkvbTV LbbbbbbbbW MURDER CHARGE AGAISi WIDOW ADMIRAL OF EATON known that the admiral died of arsen ical poisoning and their efforts have been directed to finding where and by whom the poison was obtained, and to laying bare the home life of the Eaton family. STATE REVENUE BY MAURY TEACHERS HELD WITHOUT BAIL AT PLY MOUTH TO ANSWER ACCUSATION. EVIDENCE OF ARSENIC IS FOUND May Be Tried on a Question of Sanity Before Presentation to the Courts on a Criminal Prosecution A Spec ial Grand Jury. PLYMOUTH, Mass., March 21 Mrs. Jennie May Eaton was locked up in the county jail here late to day pending a hearing of the charge that, she murdered her husband, Rear Admiral Joseph Giles Eaton, by pois oning him. She was brought here from Bingham where she was ar raigned earlier in tho day following her arrest. Through cojiisei she pleaded not guilty, waived the read ing of the complaint and was held without bail for examination March 2Sth. It has not been determined whether the inquest Into the sudden death of the admiral will be resumed. It was intimated tonight that Mrs. Eaton might not be brought to trial. The possible appointment of a commis sion to pass upon her sanity waB sug gested. District Attorney Barker went to Boston this afternoon and ha ad con ference with Chief Justice Aikin of i trouDie, any Dacnacne, rneumacism, uric acia poisoning or irregular kiq COLLECTIONS AS REPORTED TO THE INVESTIGATING COM MITTEE AND OFFICIALS. The reports of the various officers of the county to the legislative inves tigating committee, which is looking into the affairs of the comptroller's office, show an aggregate of collec tions and remittances of state leve nue to approximately $150,0000, cov ering the period requested. Trustee McFall has made the larg est remittance by right of his office, the aniount being $113,824.65. County Court 'Clerk Thomas is next with $33 323.86. Circuit Clerk Hays has re ported $1,908.02, and Clerk and Mas ter Akin $684.22. These make a grand total of $149,740.75. This gives an average of $5,373.95 per month or more than $200 per day of state reve nue collected by the Maury county officials. ELECTION OFFICERS APPOINTED FOR THE EXTENSION MATTER POLLS TO BE OPENED AT 9 O'CLOCK AND CLOSED AT 4 IN THE AFTERNOON. WILL ABIDE RESULT OF VOTE The Novelty of Allowing Women to WOULD ENJOIN THE PROPOSED ELECTION FOR CITY ANNEXATION CITIZENS OF THE SUBURBS HOLD MEETING AND PLAN OPPOSITION. WONT RECOGNIZE THE PRIMARY In the Event They Do Not Success fully Appeal to the Courts Will Re fuse to Enter the Election Plans Are Materialized. In the event that they cannot pro cure an injunction against the pro posed annexation election set for next Wednesday, it is altogether probable that the anti-annexatiorists ; will ignore tho proposed election. However, there will probably be an appeal to the courts. This was vir tually decided upon at a meeting of the citizens of the proposed new ter- ritory held at the office of Attorney James A. Smiser this morning. There were a number of lawyers present and it is said that the opinion was expressed that an injunction would lie against the election or primary. Another meeting of the citizens of the proposed new territory will be held on Monday morning at which Vote Creating Favorable Comment ( time it is expected that plans for ap by All, Particularly Those Who Op-. plying for an injunction will material nze. The citizens who met this morning were unanimous in their opposition pose the Move. The questior of extending the Cor porate limits of the city of Golum-'to coming in. There was, it is untie. bia will be voted on next Wednesday, -stood, a good deal of talk indulged March 26, and the list of officers for about the "nigger." The white man's MANY A SUFFERING WOMAN Drags herself painfully through her daily tasks suffering from back ache, headache, nervousness, and loss of sleep, not knowing her ills are due to kidney and bladder troubles. Foley Kidney Pills will help any form of kidney or bladder the superior court. It was thought his errand might be connected with the convening of a special grand jury to consider the case. When Mrs. Eaton, who is a stout woman, 45 years of age, entered the jail here she was dressed in a black suit she wore at her husband's fu neral. A mourning veil partially hid her face. She had been weeping, but generally maintained the composure that has characterized her bearing from the first. Admiral Eaton died in his bed at the home at Norwell where he lived with his wife, her mother, Mrs. Geo. Harrison, and his step-daughter, Dor othy Ainsworth. The death was un expected and due, other members of the family said, to an attack of indi gestion which followed a too hearty meal of roast pork. Circumstances led to an investiga tion and, according to a statement of District Attorney Barker today, evi dences of arsenal poison was discov ered by Prof. William W. Whitney, who analyzed the contents of the stomach. The formal report of Prof. Whitney has not been made an I the arrest was ordered upon a verbal communication to the district attorney ney action. They are sttrengthen ing, tonic and curative, and contain no habit forming drugs. No one who suffers from kidney and bladder trouble can afford to overlook Foley Kidney Pills. WOLDRIDGE CO. (AdTt.) DIBRELL PRAISES HIS ASSISTANTS WILEY EMBRY GETS A BOQUET FROM HIS CHIEF OF PAST SEVERAL YEARS. In speaking of his assistants in the office retiring Comptroller Frank Dib rell said of Wiley Embry: "My warrant and criminal cost clerk, W. B. Eii-bry, has made a ntudy of this part of the office and has thoroughly familiarized himself with every detail of it, and the splendid manner in which he has audited the various bills of cost has saved the state many thousands of dollars. He has never blue-penciled a cost item since he has been performing this duty that he could not cite his au thority under the law. If there is an expert in the state on criminal costs For ten days the authorities Lave he is one." Don't Suffer! "I had been troubled, t little, for nearly 7 yean," write Mrs, L Fincher, la a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did ail he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am la vary good health, and able to do all my housework. holding said election has been ap pointed as follows: Court house box Judges, W. P. Woldride, m. Barker, J. T. Mc- Knight: clerks, A. E. Church and B. E. Regen; receiver, R. J. Harlan marshal, R. S. Hopkins. Depot box- Judges, Otey Thomas, Blair Hayes and John Fraser; e'erks, R. O. Dyer and J. M. BateB; receiver, John Lock ridge; marshal, M. M Butts. The polls are to be opened at 9 o'clock and closed at 4 o'clock, and the judges wil'. be instructed as to who will be entitled to vote and un der what conditions. It is already evident that practically every man affected who is opposed to the exten sion will be at the polls to vote and work against the proposition. The board of mayor and aldermen, which has had the matter under con sideration up to the time the Board of Trade saw fit to act, it is under stood, will be perfectly willing to abide the decision of a majority vote of this election, the members having given expression regarding the mat ter. The question of allowing women to vote has created some comment on account of the rovelty, and after con sidering the proposition the fairness! of this feature at once appeals to all. It is altogether a different matter from a general franchise, and women who have property subjjapt to taxa tion arc just as muchferested and affected as tho men, $idJ by -ight they are entitled to vote, and it was so agreed in the beginning. Owners of property subject to tax ation and advalorem tax payers with in the prescribed limits will be enti tled to vote, whether they be male or female. This includes not only the proposed additions but the old incor poration as well. CABIN BURNED FRIDAY NIGHT DEPARTMENT IS CALLED TO EAST HILL AT 11 O'CLOCK TO 8TOP FLAMES, TAKE Cardu i The WomansTonic The Are department was called to East Hill at H o'clock Friday night to extinguish a Are in a negro cabin. J The alarm waa sent in too late, how ever, to do afcythkig but to prevent the spread of e iWmes. The small frame building was occupied by ne groes, and was completely destroyed. A Cold, La Grippe, Then Pneumonia. Is too often the fatal sequence. La Grippe coughs hang on, weaken the system, and lower the vital re- Isistance. R. G. Collins. Postmaster. Barnegat, N. J., says: "I was troubled with a severe La Grippe cough and was completely exhausted You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui Is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui It will surely do for you, what ft did for her. At all druggists. nvatsw UsWaisi am cta r it a. ft t ti tar Spttm mtrucltont. ao4 M-msc boot. Hon TrMtmrat tor Wmmo." aent has. I W FOUR ANTELOPES TO HIS CREDIT 1 SAM HAYS ENJOYING HIMSELF IN SURVEYING CAMPS OF RAILROAD. Sam Hayes writes from his place h Central America, where he is lo cated with the railroad surveying corps that he is enjoying fine health and that conditions there are as pleasant as one could wish. He has had some most interesting hunts, and has killed four antelope whHe locat ed at thefr present camps. government and other similar time worn phrases were indulged iu. It was apparently the sense of the meet ing that if tht limits were extended as proposed many negroes would be brought into the city that negro aldermen would be elected. This po sition apparently ignored the fact that in the ninth district, according to the last cenrus, approximately six ty per cent of the population is white and the other fact that under the new charter, the aldermen are elected at large and not from any particular wards, making the election of negro aldermen very very improbable. The temperance question has also, it is understood, been injected into the matter, some of the antis insist ing that if the limits are extended as proposed the city would reserve its "dry" majority and become "wet." Apparently those who have taken this position have overlooked the fact that at every election during, the past six years in which the temperance oues tion has been an issue the ninth dis trict has always rolled up a majority of approximately 150 for the temper ance cause. It was the unanimous sense of the meeting that those living outside of the present limits would oppose the proposition for annexation. Since it is practically certain that the people within the present limits would '.ote by a large majority for annexation, the members of the meeting realized that their chances in the election would be rather slim. However, it was also plam that if they partici pated Jn the election they would be bound ;by an unfavorable result and have their hands tied in a future fight against the measure. For these very patent reasons it was plain that they could make their opposition fliost effective by not rec ognizing thV validity of the election or primaiy will therefore doubt lessly Ihaatf&fBy ignored by those who litaitsWie the present limits. The rebi ait will come later when an effort,-- made to carry into effect the will of the people as expressed. Town9 8 full of Studebakers Studebaker Farm Wagons, Studebaker Bug gies and Studebaker Delivery Wagons. and every owner of a Studebaker vehicle is proud of it. Because he knows it is the best. Studebaker wagons and buggies are built on honor and with the experience that comes from sixty years of wagon building, and you get the benefit of this experience when you buy a Studebaker vehicle Whether you live in town or country; whether you want a work or pleasure vehicle, there's a Studebaker to nil your require ""its. Farm wagons, contractor's wagons, trucks, municipal vehicles, ice wagons, dump wagons and carts, road oilers, buggies, depot wagons, surreys, pony carts, runabouts we make them all. also harness, for any sized animal, for any vehicle, of the same high standard of quality as the Studebaker vehicles. See our Dealer or write us. STUDEBAKER South Bend. Ind. NSW YORK MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CTTT DENVER SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND, ORE. SPECIAL SCENERY FOR MINSTRELS WILL BE IDENTICAL WITH THE ELKS MINSTRELS AT NASH VILLE RECENTLY. Matthews Gordon was in Nashville Friday and made arrangements with Frank Brownstein, of the Elks min- GETS BOOZER AND BOOTLEGGER CASE OF BEER FOUND AT THE HOME OF CHARLIE BUNCH, NOW IN JAIL. D. Smith, a negro, was arrested Sunday by Constable Goad for drr.nk- ery for the coming Dixie minstrel presentation. This scenery was brought to Co lumbia and the local talent will be assisted by the Nashville stars as mentioned. The opening of the min Btrels here will be identical with the opening of the Elks when they made such a hit in the capital city. The same Bcenery the same arrangement, by practically the same talent. Mr Brownstein will be here tonight for the purpose of assisting in the direc tion of the arrangement of the scen ery and the casting of the opening scenes. The minstrels will show on Friday night, March 28, and tickets are already on sale. strels for the use of the special scen-!enne8S on the 8treet and iso-derly conduct. Tlie negro became commu nicative and told where he got the wet goods, which was at the home of Charlie Bunch. Charlie is in jail serving out a federal court sentence of six months for bootlegging. Hi's wife, Florence Bunch, was arretted charged with selling liquor and ,a case of beer was found and taken in charge, Smith stated that there was plenty of liquor there, too, but this was not found. ISOLATION IN H0MESF0R DEAD EXPERIENCE OF OHIO MAN WHO BURIED HIS WIFE IN A MAUSOLEUM. In one of the first mausoleums built in the United States at a email town in Ohio, a man subscribed for two compartments for his wife and himselfand it happened that he gave his subscription to the banker who had suggested it to him. Soon after the building was completed the wife died and was laid to rest i.i her marble lined home. That night there came an awful storm, a drenching,1 cold, penetrating, washing rain. The next morning the first person in the j bank was the husband who, with , tears of gratitude on his cheeks, j reached his hand through the wicket ' and said, "God bless you, George, I' hardly know bow to thank you for having enabled me to have such a' home for Jem ie. Last nhcht during TIE RACKET after each fit of violent couehine. Before I had taken one half of a bot-;that storm every gust of wind and w a uic o iiuurj; auu 1 Hi tOID- pound, the coughing spells had en tirely ceased. I wish to say it can't be beat. All others are imitations." WOLDRIDGE CO. (AdTt.) RESIGNATION IS TENDERED L. R. REYNOLDS RETIRES PRINCIPAL OF CORNERS VILLE 8CHOOL. AS LeRoy Reynolds, of the Glendale community, who has been principal of the Cornersville Training School during the past two years, has tender ed his resignation. Prof. Reynolds is also president of the Marshall county Sunday school association. He has not indicated where he will be located aext year. every dash of rain seemed to say to ' me, 'Thank God, Jennie is not in the' ground, but in the beautiful, warm,' dry, comfortable little home, where' no storm, no wind, no mould, and no decay can evr touch her." It is a ' blessed consolation to those who have been thoughtful enough to pro vide such a resting place for a loved one. Such consolation, especially at such a time, cannot be measured in dollars and cents. It is worth many, many time what it could possibly cost. It is one of those good things we can only have when needed most, by providing for it when needed least. We must provide such thlnn ourselves while we are here. Others won't do it for us "Generally debilitated for years. Had sick headache, lacked ambition, was worn out and all run down. Burdock Blood Bitters make me a well woman." Mrs. Chas. Fre'tor, Moosup, Com. (Alrt.) Ladies' fleeced vests and pants, 25c and 45c each. Ladies' Union Suits, 50c, 75c and 90c. Children's fleeced Union Suits, 25c, 40c and 50c. Ladies fleeced lined Hose, 10c, 15c and 25c. Ladies' Sweaters, 50c to $2.00. Children's Sweaters, 25ct to $1.00. Lot of Ladies' red wool Sweat ers, slightly damaged, for 503. Boys' heavy fleeced Union Suits, 40c to 50c. Mtt'g heavy fleeced Shirts and Drawers, 85c suit Children's Knit Toques, 10c to 25c. Children's knit aviation Caps, 25c and 50c. Ladies knit aviation Caps, GOc to 95c. Men's wool miye' Sweaters, 50c. Men's wool Sweaters, 95c to $2.00. Single plush buggy Rugs $1 50 Double 2.35. Fancy plush buggy Ui'gs, plush buggy Kugs, $2.75, $3 25 to $5.00. ANNEX. Large galvanized Coal Hods, 30c and 39c. Large painted Coal Hods, 25c. Fine Shovels, 5c, 10c aid 16c. Store Polkers, 5c and 10c Coal Tonga, 15c. Grate Enamel 10c and 15c can. Hearth Brooms, 10c and 16c Iron Shoe Nails, 3c paper. Shoe Soles, 10c, 15c to 26c. Corn Poppers, 10c and Jc. Lanterns, 40c ap. Ilu Racket F. Swansburg, Prop.