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WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROUNA^SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 4 1909.
a l aa #? a a* rv n
Surrenders to Police
John R. Early is Again Confined
in Quarantine Station in Capi
tol City? Mi.de No Attetopt to
VISITS jOLD PRISON FIRST
. Washington, D. C., Dec. 4. ? John
R. Early, the alleged leper who was
quarantined by. the District health de
partment for - eight months on the
Eastern Branch of the Potomac, is
again under detention in this city. He
was arrested late yesterday afternoon
and carried to the quarantine station
back of the District jail, where he
now is confined.
Early arrived In Washington Wed
nesday night, coming from the farm
of his brother-in-law, 8 miles from
Manchester, Va.. where he has been
living, vrtth his wjfr and children^.
ever since leaving Brooklyn a few
molKhs ago." He made no effort to
conceal his Identity, but went to the
Salvation Army barracks. In Pennsyl
vania avenue,? whete " be registered,
and greeted some of thoso who were
his friends when he was confined as
a suspected leper here. Neither did
r hp make any effort to escape arrest,
but, in fact, seemed to court It- -
At the quarantine station Early I
prsctically admitted that he. came to]
Washington prepared to make trou
ble for the DUtrict health authori
ties If they molested him, though his
principal *uein?se- was to see about
some pension money that he asserts
is due him. When he learned that m
warrant had been sworn out against
him he voluntarily went to the Fifth
P poo in fit Police and ?urrt
.k Visited Old Prison First.
After Early left the Salvation
Amy headquarters he started out to
see some of the places which were
familiar from his previous confine-;
the quarantine station. The super
intendent and the "guards were sur
?pfised to see E early, who was dressed
like a prosperous man! He greeted
the members of the quarantine force
pleasantly, chatted a while, and then
went uptown to the Municipal -build
ing and walked through the -corri
iflnnni iipfa? pifl? j-ALLyi
by "a few newspaper men. He was
still Btrolllng around tho city when
told~about 3 o'clock In the afternoon
that a warrant had been issued for
IDiv.W. C.~EawIer. chief of ttte bu- ?
reau.of contagious diseases of the]
honlfh ilApnrtmonf, wfrn had bfton uu.
titled of KarlyV ppQBonce In- the city. ?
hastily conferred with Health Officer
William C. Woodward, and then went
to the police court and obtained a
warrant, charging Early with a vio
lation of the Idw forbidding persons
suffering from a contagious-disease
from exposing others to the infec
The first intimation that Dr. I
Woodward and Dr. Fowler had that
# Early was In Washington was j?T
tine station, tilling of his visit there.
No time was wasted hTeffectlng his
arrest. Early was suffering from
leprosy when he was last examined
? br rhe heatm dumoiiiie*. tuuy UB
serted, and so far as the health de
partment is aw%re, he still has the
He said he had been living . quietly,
with his family on his farm at Man
chester, Va. He has some pension
money due him, and while he said he
? *?*-W?shlngton to sefc about get
ting this he Intimated strongly that
he also came prepared to fight the
health authorltlea If they attempted
to restrict hta movements. He hinted
that as soon as his counsel, arrive in
Washington warrants will be sworn
out against the District health officer
who ordered his arrest, charging
Taft against certain District officials.
It Is possible that if Early's lawyers
arrive today application wfU be made
for a writ of habeas corpus.
; New AdvIcLUe^"" * ' \
? ? _ in Todiy'g News ?
? Jefferson Furniture da ? Fa nil- ?
K. Hoyt ? Furs. +
? Southern Furniture Co JjCma* ?
- CREW ARRIVE
They Lost Everything
Taken From the Diamond Shoal
Lightship aud Landed at Cape
Henry., Yesterday? Refused to
Talk \Jntil Captain Arrives.
SHIP INGOING TO PIECES
Norfolk. Dec. 4. ? Taken from Dia
mond Shoals Lightship Thursday and
landed yesterday - at Cape Henlr by
the steaiper Herrnod bound to Balti
more, Mate Nicholas and four mem
bers of tfce crew of the-iH-fated Ger
man steamer Brewster, who were
sent out in a life boat and gave the
first news of the stranding of that
vessel through wireless calls fjpr_help
from the lightship early Monday
morning, arrived in Norfolk shortly
before noon today.
Captain Hlnz and the 27 other
members of the Brewster'^ crew land
ed ; at Hatteras by -Hfe savers were"
early today gotten on the revenue
cutter Onondaga wj^lch sailed at 10
a. m. for Norfolk. They will reach
here tonight. Mate Nicholson and the ^
men who arrived* today ref u sed to
give any cause for the strqndinsr of
the Brewster in advance of" tho ar
rival of Captain Minx.
Ship Going to Pieces.
The Merrltt and Chapman wreck
ing tug I. J. Merritt Bfrrived here to
day. from the scene of the wreck, re
portlng fhaf thi? Rrnwutsr 1? rapdilv .
going to pieces, one of her masts ha*-. ,
ing fallen out while the Tug was. lying
near the wreck yesterday.
Mate Nicholson and his four men
t>7bught upon the Hermod and land
ed at Cape Henry lost everything
they had except the clothes they wore
upoi? taety oacus. Qne man was in I
his overalls being entirely without a
top coat. .
The men, when they_left the Brew
Bter had evidently been tofd to keep
mum aB they would not even talk, to
a newspaper man* Mate Nicholson
even l-eTusedlo give his name ?nd-th*
men would not give theirs either. All
said the captain would do the talking^
that was to be done when he arrfved
on the Onondaga, i
The men were /aatdown and sor
rowful. Mate Nicholas almost wept
when he entered the oRlce of German
?Consul Klyver had gone to meet
the .men as they came In from the
cape, but missed them. ?Tbey found
theJr own way to the office of Cast
ner, Curran and Bulllt in the Citizen's
ndnk Bunaiftg and there Tnvsitcfl th--'
return of Mr. Klyver to whom they
told irretr story. > Nothing, however.
will Ee giveh out concerning the
cause of the wreck until Captain Hlnz
comes in on the Onondaga.
THE BISHOP TO PREACH.
Rt. Rev. Robert Strange. D. D.,
bishop of East Carolina, will preach
at St. Peter's Church tomorrow
morning and evening. At the night
service the Apottol'c rite df conftrmn
tion will be administered. All in
Mr. D. 8. Newhall, purchasing
agent of the Pennsylvania Railroad,
and Mr. j ft Rftftn. mlntnnt gnn
eral manager, with a party of friends,
spent some time in the city this morn
ing in their private car. In whloh they
have been taking a long pleasure trip:
throogto the country.
DR. MEROBR TO REMAIN.
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Some weeks back the Daily News
announced that Rev'. Dr. Mercer, at
one time pastor of the First Baptist
Church here, had tondered his resig
nation as pastor of the Baptist
[Church In Rocky Motility accent a
similar call to the cburch at Clayton.
Last'8unday night at a conference ?t
[the mettiberB'of the chtweh-ln Rocfcr
Muunt, 1 Pv. Mercer was re-^al^d and.
urged to accept the pastoral, and!
[has decided to do so. The following
litem in reference to same Is taken
from the Daily Record of that town:
I It will be gratifying hews to the
I many friends of Dr. Mercer In this
_hy_t.. I>?rn th.l .1 . bylnw,.
| rqrence of the members of the First
baptist Church last night he was
JUjanimoysly r?fiftllad aajBMtor. The
'f,all came so harmoniously and with
GREftT DHY WAS ACRWM FAIR UNO CORN SHOW". "
. - AT AURORft-A GALA DAY FOR RICHLAND TOWNSHIP
. * > "
* One of the most auspicious events
la the history of Beaufort county was
the Agricultural Fair and Corn Show
given at the hurtling town of Aurora
yesterday under the auspices and <tt=
rection of the Retail Merchants!- As
sociation. . -
For weeks previous the citizens
from lill directions of tyNyCounty and
Pamlico county have be?n^ eagerly
looking forward to this exhibition
with anticipations of pleasure and
profit, foe- there is so section . any
where that can compete or equal the
people oT that section in the cultiva
tion of corn and other products of the
soil. II a reader- should happen to
question this assertion he had only to
visit Aurora yesterday and be con
vinced. Tne citizens left no stone uu-.
turned for the comfort6 and pleasure
of their guests and ?AlUlk -the day
ended the opinion was universal that
the town had surpassed its former
enviable reputation as host. '
To mingle wRh the people of that
enterprising section; to see the skill
and deftness exhibited by them as
farmers; to shake them by the hand ,
and hear their *ord6 of thankfulness
a- member of the. party, and ho was
moat courteous and thoughtful for
the passengers, lie saw personally
that every passengbr was provided
Willi 'a seat. The road is fortunate
in having such an effl?lent official at
its he^d. /P\
On arriving at Aurora the train
was met by a large niitnber of clt
zens and the Aurora brass band. To
the Inspiring strains o4 familiar airs
rendered by this excellent band or
ganization, which by the way has only
been organized a few weeks, the vis
itors were escorted to the large lot
where the exhibition was scheduled* to
take _place^_ Wljen_the people aw4ve*l
and began to mingle around among
the exhibits on ever?_face could be
seen surprise standing out promi
nently. The completeness and the
quality of the exhibits trere the sub
ject of high commendation and num
erous words of praise were expressed
for those owning the exhibits. No
finer products have evef been shown
in North Carolina? -ngisfxen has tho
gtate Fair surpaRstfffiT *1 *
It ?niB very difficult UMudge whlfTH
The. repast was under the supcrvlBloa.
of tho ladles.. That It was a great
success goes without saving. . No
more elegant dinner was ever served
by any people. Barbecue, chicken
baked meats and other delicacies,
were served In abundance. All left
the table "too full fat* uttorance."
The best and most up-to-date farm
ers, the finest raisers of stock, and
the best cooks In the world, was- the
opinion of -those attending the fair.
The prizes offered' by the mer
chants of Aurora and those too by the
business men of Washington, were
flrstrdass In ' every respect and ? re
flected credit upon each and ewy
donor. As to who were the winners
was not known until after 3 o'clock.
The judges, composed of Mr. W. E.
Proctor and Col. Alston Grimes, of
Grimesland, a.nd Mr. James E. Clark, ?
jr., of Washington, did their difficult
task with skill and ability, and al- ,
though their work was not an easy
one their decisions were, received
with satisfaction; all seemed perfect
ly content with what they reeclved.
The Hel urn Trip.
After spending a day full of inter
For best Mule Colt ? $20.00. suit of ctpthes. .... . .
For second best Mule" Colt ? One-half ton.guano. . . .
For -third best Mule Colt ? One steel Avery plow..
For best pair Plge ? $4.00 cash. .< .
For secohd best "pair _PJks^-$3JM> ^ash. .
Fot^th'tra best pair Pigs ? $2.00 cash . . .
For best exhibit ofrCotton ? 60 pounds lard
XargestTFumpkin: ? $&00 cas?h .*.
largest Potato ? $2.00-cat>li .
Two heaviest Ears of Corn ? 500 feet flooring
_g?coiuL_iwo . heaviest Ears of 'Corn? $?.00 pair shoes.
Best display of Corn ? Ooe-half ton of guano. t
Best ten Ears of Corn ? $5.00 in gold ....
"Secbna~Bosl ten Ears of Corn ? Patr $5.00 boots -. .
Third best ton Ears of Corn ? Complete pump..,.....:',
Heaviest 20 Ears of Corn ? $8.00 roll fencing
Largest Ear of Corn ? Pair $5.00 shoes ........
Best Bale of Hay ? One hat. -. j-t I * ?}
Second best Bale of Hay ? $5.00 box of cigars. ...... ?? w
Best one-half Bushel Bweet Potatoes ? One barell flour. ^ J. ?M. Wilson, South Creek^
Beat one-halt Bu'sUel of ?am Po a
Best TrJeh- Potatoes ? One
J. A. Deal, Aurora, X. C.
Frank Cuthrell. Aurora, N. C.
.J. W. Mayo, 8outh Creek, N. C.
Eddie. Casey. Aurora. N- C.
?... K. Flowers. Bonnerton, N. C.
. B. H. Thafnpson, Aurora, X.C.
. . .John S. Rowe, Aurora. N. C.
. E. T. Walker. Edward, -X. C.
. . ...X. T. Ferrell, Royal. X. C.
F. Q. Sty rou. Idalia. X. C.
. . .Sr W. Styron, Aurora. X. C.
. B. H. Thompson, Aurora, X. C.
...Warren Tuten, Small. X. C.
B. T. Bonner, Idalia,
. B. J, West. South Creek, X. C.
F. G. Styron. Idalia, X. C.
. . ,C. A. 'Hollowell. Idalia. X. C.
. . .J. D. Eborti, Bayslde, X. C
S. T. Selby, Aurora, X. C.
larrei r^lsh Cobblers B.-B. Maiiison, Aurora, x. C.
Second best Irish Potatoes ? One pair $5.00 shoes. . . . . B. B. Malllson, Aurora, X. C.
Best one-half Bushel Peas-rOne gold watch H. O. Scott. Bonnerton. X. C.
Second Mat one-half Bushel Peas^ ? Box Brown Mule Tobacco. J. W. Chapln, Aurora, X. C.
Third best one-half Bushel of Peas ? Suit Wright's Underwear J. W. Mayo, South Creek, X. C.
Best display of Chrysanthemums ? $5.00 In gold ....... .Miss Lottie' Banner. Aurora, N*. C.
Best Bouquet of Flowers ? $5. 00 "in gold M;ss Stella Gasklns, Aurora. X. C.
Second best Bouquet of Flo were ? One $5.00 chair. . r?:*:.Tvw? .w>T*Mrs. J. W. Chapin, Aurora, X. C.
Best Dozen Eggs -?Ope cultivator , .. ' , rv -R. Watson, Aurora,- X^^U
Heaviest Turkey ? Bolt of blear! Jng > . . . .v. v. ... James -Brothers. Aurora. X. C.
Second Heaviest Turkey? One bolt, plaids R. Alfred, South Creek, X. C
? Beftt Pa!r Tnrl-evs ? Aon ,.o?nds coffee .. r . . rrr; . .Sluirty Buuuer.I delta. XrCT"
Best exhibit of Corn, by a hoy \ ndcr 16 years old/? $5^00 in gold. lOffercd by J. "fa. Small. Wash
ington, X. C .* ". ..-. . . .-.:.r. .:.r. . M .ster Eric Watson. Aurora. X. C.
Best Pair Chickens ? $v.0Q trunk.. ....... . . .-.v. . ,r, .-wnW! R. Tetterton. Jessama, X. C.
?in viiu ? rrtrrr ? null i "TS T r" K ? i-;uj j.i.i'm snoos
Third Best Pair Chickens ? Pair Buster Brown Shoes.
Fotirth Best Pair Chickens ? Set Jumbo Shirts
Best Milch Cow? garret Irish Cobblers . ,-J
Second Best Milch Cow- -Set ca I) enter' 8 tools..,'. . .
Best Heifer ? Box Rub-No-More. 71 . .-.-v . . ....
Best Bu1It=$S.OO aaddlc-aad- blaukot?
Largest Rutahega ? Suit of clotl es
Best Home-Made Butter ? Barrel of flour. . .
? -TCC.-.V. m-r*'
* * VATi."*!
uuui Best Huiuy-'Mfldf Puiiw-t.vnn nihil.
"Best Head of Collards ? Pair Ecll )se shirts . . .
Second Best Collards ? Pair Jum'jo shirts....
Best Pecans? One box cigars
Best Honey ? One-half barrel of flour
Best Syrup ? One-half barrel of flour . . .
Best Pair Geese? ?-One box Rub-no-More
Best Hbrse Colt ? One steel plow.
Best Exhibit of Hay ? One steel plow. . .
Be8t Exhibit by Lady ? One $1,.Q.00 suit cage. _ ,
Stalk with most Ears of Corn ? One ton burned marl.
Second Best Cotton ? One $5.U0 trunk
Hedt GeneraPRxfiTblt ? Three j)agj of guano.
Best Team. Exhibited ? $3.00 In gold
Best 81ngle Hog ? One steel plo?v. ,...,
Best'Peanuts ? One Morris chair '
Largest Beet ? One pair Jumbo shirts
? ???'I. l.a.KlloM, Aurora, V?
. . .Eddie Casey. Aurora. X. C
....A. M. McXeil, Aurora, X. C
. W. E. Swain, Idalia. X. C.
C. T. Allen. Aurora. X. C.
H. Alfred. -South Creek. X.. C.
Eddtt* Casey, Aurora, x. Cr
Elbert Carr (col ), Idalia. X. C.
W. C. Rowe, Small. X. C.
Claud Moore, Corepolnt,
.J. W. Holloweir, Bonnerton,
L. C- Tripp, Bonnerton,
....J. M. Carrowan, Hoboken
John Hamm (col.>, Idalia.
C. T. Allen, Aurora.
O. K Stilley, Bonnerton,
. . dura Litchfield, Idalia.
. W. H. Edwards, Edwards.
? -A. D. Cay ton, Aurora,
? ? i- P. II ThnmpRnn, Mint Hi. N,
if ; C.
Largest Radish? One pair Jumbo shirty
longest Ear of Corn ? One pair Jumbo Bhirts
B6st pair of Gulnies ? One pair Jumbo shirts
Beit Pair Ducks ? One $5.00 chair.. ........
Second. Best Pair Ducks ? One piir Jumbo shirts, .
Second Best Eggs ? $2.50 cash
Third Best Dozen Eggs ? $2.50 c*eh
. .Till Paul, Prescott, X. C.
? ? J. F. Clayton, Idalia, X. C
J. W. Chapln, Aurora. X. C.
,R.ufus mmrfVoi.). Malta, x. r.
E. TutMILSouth Creek, X. C.
. . .M>ses PeacoclT^olJ. Aurora, X. C.
H. H. BroomeT*Kurora,- X. C.
Eric Watson, Aurora, X. C.
r.TTT. r: . . J. F. Clayton, Idalia, X. C.
.Mrs. W. R. Tettertod, Jessama, X. C. '
. . .Mrs. C. F. Lewis, South Creek. X. C.
for what has been theirs In the past
and what bright hopea they hare for
the future, mafcea one feel like taking
a firmer grip on life and making a
greater determination for the mas
tery than ewer before.
? r-A member of the Daily News BtafT
fritd the gratification ot being present
althfr nrw mm* umkmin way at
Ing the farmers to greater activity,
leaving Washington on a special train
on the Waahlngton and Vandemere
road yesterday morning at 10:45 In
company with about one hundred clt
isens. Between Washington and An
til* ? penal ?o when the train arrWod
?t Its deulnatlon ona hundred and
flttt. gfople alighted an.! from that
tlm?rto t h? hoar ot Iwlm received
nothing but hospitality In all the
exhibit -excelled. If the News repre
septsftive had to pass on the merits
and demorffs of the efforts of these
Aurora farmers ho is fifrald he would <
be still there endeavoring to think
and decide who was the. winner.
Some bf the Exhibit*.
Mr. E. Tutblll, of South Creelf,. W&?.
Is sue sf that sei-tlmi's moet liiHus^
trlous tillers, had on exhibition seven I
radishes, which weighed approxi
mately 50 ponnds; - one of them
tipped the scales at something over
10 pounds. How ls this for Beaufort
Me \V tt. Bwjritt. wfo rifcrt? near,
Aurora, had on the fair ground ' a
mttch cow, reputed to give 8 tfKIlons
of milk per tjay. This valuable anl
m.l Enid hnfnrp lAh.n .h>
grounds for $150. Mot only Is that
section ahead* In fanning, but as rais
ers of One stpck. loo.TFey SfiTTo be
est among the cioverest folk to be
found anywhere', good-byes were Raid
and all boarded the train for home
at 5 o'clock, carrying in their breasts
memories of an occasion not lacking
In success, but a great step forward
for a Rerticpt of country destined to
J>e the banner ? section -In all the
The dtfy wsh a much greater suc
cess- than the most sanguine antici
pated. Everyone Ir jubilant over the
day and R$aufort county Is destined
to have more such agricultural fairs.
Th? coming together of the fsrmers
that of yaitardit.
makes them better farmers, better
citizens, and enthuses them with a
determination to go forward, not
The Daily News feels Indebted to
v*ry one for courtesies anc) favors,
one which every one, young and old,
thoroughly enjoyed. Aurora la to
be congratulated. The. town* deserves.
BAM LEFT ON 1
The Mother Searches
The 8-MonIhs Old Baby of Mrs.
Ada Graber, Turned Up at Po
lice Station While Mother and
Officers Were Hunting.
"PIPE THE COP" GRrETING
New York, Doc. 4. ? A distracted
mother, three* detectives and a bash
ful young policeman figured In a baby
hunt io. the Bronx .yesterday evening.
The rbaby. Km ma Graver, eight
months, the daughter of Mrs. Ada
Graver, 799 EastioO.th street, turned
up in - the Morrlsania police station
shortly after 7 o'clock, while the
three defectives and the child'B moth
er'Mrf hunting all over the Bronx
for.-the child they believed kidnapped.
Mrs. Graver left her home with
the baby yesterday afternoon to shop.
She went to a dry goods store at
Westchester and Third avenues. As
the storewas crowded she left the
baby in its carriage near an'L pillar
The wind blew strongly- and the
child commenced to cry- Two women
took p*tty-on the child and wheeled
the carriage Into the store, where
It was put in charge of a young sales
Vfrhen Mrs. Craver returned to the
L pillar and no bahy was aAraltlng
her sire became hysterical jind ran
taken to the Morrlsania station. Lieu
tenant Posthoff sent a detective out i
and two Central Office men joined in
the hunt. The excited mother and
the precinct detective walked south
on Third avenue, looking at every
baby that passed them. They walk
ed southern Third avenue and passed
by thfe dry goods stora. When tliey -
reached* 14 8th street again the de
tective and Mrs. Graver separated.. 1
Mrs. Graver hunted on side streets
ind avenues until nearly 7 o'clock. 1|
arhen she went- home exhausted and
ler husband tool; up the hunt. At
he Morrlsania station he found the 1
>aby in charge of the matron. ? ?"
The baby was wheeled to the at a- J
Ion. house from the dry goods store
>y Policeman *'Bol>" H?*rron. Ile-rt-nFr
;reeted along the. route with yells of !
'Pipe the Cop!" "What did the kid
Form County Association? Vis- !
- ilfil City Schools to Observe ? T
Yesterday morning the white
teachers the Teachers' Association I
of Beaufort County. nreriTr "tW puh- -
| lie school auditorium of this city,
from 9 to 1, for the purpose of visit- 1
ing the .different departments of that!
Institution and observing the work
now in vogue there. The purpose of
this meeting principally, was to af
fofifrTTYP" lAihil r sfljool learhera Hip
opportunity of securing ^fiomc idea
and conception of the advanced work
end methods in successful teaching.
1 hi' HimuT up ffdm .ntuii tuted tu giu- 1
the teachers. of the county the day]
and dec ided not to deduct from their
salary for the loss of name, as they
,tere of the opinion th<5 Instruction
they would receive ^ would more. than
repay the county from an educationnl
In the school auditorium. at|_
o'clock, a County Teachers' Associa
tion was organized for the year. Mr.
W. I... Vaughait was chosen presi-|
jjient; Miss Marian Stanclll, of Wash
ington township, secretary, and Ml?? I
Hattle Jones, of Washington, assfs
The teachers also organized uj
County Woman's Betterment Assqci*-i
'ffoTrf^wfrfr MTgit A. c. HQPTtgr, r"
dent, and Mrs. W. R. Bright, of th
city, secretary. The Teacher's Aw ;|
elation *111 meet In th?s city eaclr^ ;??'
every month during the ensuing yea:
and the Betterment Association 'vi'lfj
meet at tho same time. Nearly all j
K. i>..hllr .rh^l -.V <r, i
county were present, showing that I
they are eager and ready to learji ad
vanced methods In the art Qjlnstnu I
Thl. meeting WM ? n.o,. ?
poTtant one to them and the organ i
sations that they hnvS ju*t form '
The teachers were doubly fort
nate In h^rlnc Prof. J. Blvetir. ofi
Trtiiitjr P%rk High School. ]
Tomorrow at 3 P. M. c
Elks to Hold Memorial Exercises
in Their Hall? Public Invited.
Fine Program Will be Render
ed ? Mr. Ward to Speak.
LODGE ROOM DECORATED
The Washington Lodge No. ?22.
Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks. will hold their annual memorial
service in the Elks' home, Baugham
building, tomorrow afternoon . at S
o'clock. Judging from the program
arranged the exercises promts^ to be
Interesting. Instructive and entertain
ing. The public Ib cordially invited
to attend and witness the"<eeremoples.
Order of Exerclnes.
Prayer. Rev. M. T. Plyler.
"Great Ruler of the Universe,
All seeing benigir.
Look dowu upon and bless - our
And be all 'glory Thine.
O. hear our. prayers for the hon>
ored dead,- - ?
.While bearing in our minds,
The memories graven on each
For days of A"hld Lang Syne."
Uuocatlon. Chaplain Jos. F.
Male choir, "Bless Be the Tie That
Address. Hon. H. S. Ward.
Solo, "Hark, Hark, My Soul." B.
Male chorus. "O Love That Will
N:ot Let Me Go."
* floxojogyT" " ?a*> j" _'J
Benediction. Rev. Robert V.
The following officers will particl
iate in the services:'
Exalted Ruler. E. Hoyi Moore.
Esteemed Leading Knight, A. L.
Esteemed Loyal" Knight, H. M.
Esteemed Lecturing Knight, B. W*.*
Pa.* In; .
Secretary, W. H. Ellison.
Treasurer. Walter Credle.
Tilpr, E. L. Archbell.
II HIIIIIP. II H. fHMllHH.I.
Chaplain.^Jds. F. Taylor.
Inner Gpard. F. ^V_Woolard.
The- -h*&. itec.n npyii'oprl
ite'.v decorated in purple and yellow,
he colors of the order. Everyone in
he rity should "attend:
Hit; Alt WILL Ai'l'i:.\K MOXDW,
Next Friday night the G^m theater
?'i31 give as a ladles' prize a beaut I
rul l'VWi.-palnted china vase, and to
the. gentleman holding the lucky
;oupon a sterling silver clothes
brush.- Both purchased from A. G.
A mammoth ad announcing the.
presentation of thpwa-nrlw will ap.
I>ear In Monday's paper. The cotf*"
pons for these two prizes will be
given away beginning with tonlght'n
performhnce. Watch for ad Mon
KIH? IT IHI'TIMT riU'Flf'H.
Rev. T. Ronton Hill, of Raleigh,
wll prearh at the First Baptist
lQmorrow morning eren
Ing.^Tlr. Hill Is one of the m^pt ln
spiring and eloquent Baptist minis
tors in the State. There is a gre?t
treat in store for those who hear him
NO MKKT1XO TOMORROW. r
On account of the Klk's Memorial
?ervlrcs Sunday afternoon there will
l? no meeting of the young Men's
Christian League In the Chamber of
*"morce rooms. J
?_ Mi ?J alto gav^TITgaLa madel^
citation. Those who heard this
fter educator speak in thT highest
?< ms of his talk, it is destined to
?"compllsh much good. This work
n the part of the State Board Is to
?#t those teachers not having the
38! :,g" ? norm') |r.m1n, ,, _
.eh monthly rae?tlng during the
omlng year, thl teachers will study*
Hamlltons. Th. R?lt?tlon." a most
end the tmtriicUons
irrled oat to the Htter.
The teaehersjfrom *11 ??etlonn~.[ ~
e county spent th