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Timllifcfcht Kama* City,
rr-. "ITT-XOO day* In the wotk
Xnm r— the “nuirdtr* 'ot a horse.
'4t Xramaoa «IM, mho appeared u
tusapfauniaff witness, said that Kriak
Xia Xillrd the hone by hittinc it on the
head with p shaft. Pranklia adadtu
ei It, but said the bane had lain 4fW
three tiaate It the harness.
. Haea Adiaddt eras ulsetreteled at
bot Conner nucNk
BlltlflMir Will Snppart Effort to
"Mother” Mary Jones. tha 11-year
aid labor agitator, baa artaetad Har
man Cappaa, 17 year* aid, serving a
Ufa sentence in tha penitentiary at
Joliet, IU., for tha murder ef a woman
and two children, to be the beneficiary
of a reformatory experiment tbrooch
"Mother” Jones and John D. Rocke
feller, Jr. She hopes to persuade tbs
IMincii board of pardon and the gov
era or to parole Cop pee, who will be
placed under a tutor, paid by Rocke
feller, and tha Mter wfll undertake
to make a uteful ciUxan out of Coppea.
through a practical application of toe i
Montaasori theory of education.
As "Mother'* Jonea sees tt, Cappaa
la to taka the place tn tha world that
ought to have boon filled by Herald
Snyder, who was killed by milttUaen
in the great strike ad Ludlow, Colo.,
In Hit. Rockefeller baa signified hie
intention to perform hie pact of the
agraemeat and tha only thing in the
way ef the actual eepirhaint to tha
matter fa Coppea* paroJe.
wm use yaongir Kock*j«i:«r wont
to Coiomdo nwnl Months ago ta
atady oowdIMana Bar hlaaaaif, "Mott
at" Jooaa aaoyht Um. Amoog th*
grievance* of which ah* M*at Utterly
complained waa th* ItBUag «f yeony
Snyder. She is said to have aaftad
Um haw ha awpantaf to "pay tha
dohA* Rockefeller is aaU to have
replied by aaldng bar what ah* would
have Um do. She told hhn he should
aialu raeaaapaaa* Car tha daattuattan
of Beyder by th* fortaamqm af amt
hoy shoot Us ago who eras already
loot to society. Barhafritir oaU ha
weoU da lost that and eharyad bar
with the responsibility af e alerting
such a hoy.
"Mother* Jonas returned to Chi
cago aad pot the matter is tha hands
of Jack Rsbttna, hand of tha Soya'
aad organiser of
far boya in vari
ous cities. After thiaUny over tha
easts of a*ay unfortunate boya, ha
itarlrtorl to ratemmond Canoes. “Moth
er" Jones wrote to BeekafaDor. yir
tag Um a hlatery af tha case sad say
ing Ooppoa was tha hoy ah* racena
mended. XockcfaQer wired bar7to ga
shawl. A movement aboody has bam
started to ohteka tha patel*.
Copy as has bean at Joliet far throe
yean. Ha waa aaovktad of ahootfag
and killing Mrs. Maud Bleep In a
farmhouse near Plano, lit, and than
wwifcgto Hi 'm* ul lwu it %w
children with as ana. H* is ana of tha
"last chance" hoys in whom Robbins
haad of the Soya* repohlis la tUiaaU.
is Utaraated, and is rnaaidarad yen*
atnHy as tha moat "hcpalaaly hod"
bay fat th* state—-Ex.
B—riraMi EVWt of mm InM Mu
Burnt day. ago Will Soma*,
white walking across hte fans, sat a
rabbit and mot bariag a gu ha task
tha second thought aad throw hid
pocks tknlfc at tha rabbit. To hte
*a«P«teo ha haggod Mb gams, killing
tha rabbit daad—Ttouaisborg cer
mapoadcnoe of th* Btatoariite Land
-.'Ah. hapiohihla Mary; but by no
IrodaU county, wham the man am aa
hum. maaaraafol and skillful aa tha
woman am fair aad bewitching. .
Wa am pupated to belters that the
natlra ImdaD ubbi t might be attack
ed aoecaeafaOy with a penknife aa sole
weapon far affmpa or dofenso by aa
intrepid sea imdiretiniilag tho bahita
of that Bane oraatam; but wa wild
atmagly adrtea any atmagor against
attempting such a thing.
laaMfc Itaalf at Ida; rah*
tha air wttfc tanrifce force, tfca Mada
Itaalf la a vital a»at add tfca
had rafcfcft ateet far dlaaar.
fcaa Ua«fct tfca people at
•hare U tfca laaa* fchaflfc.ad of m
Um Ford Coupalet.
or a snappy road
in 2 minute*. The
richly upholstered seat.
Ford Couplet $590;
$440; Town Car $640;
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CHARLOTTE OBSERVE! | BARGAIN SUBSCRIPTION
CtUMUrm, N. C.
_izr, rirr — -* *■* which cmd THE
CHARIiOTTE OBSERVER, D 9acdcy, by malt to the im~
turn* Uk Mk
I Tw Mk Mk
Moaay veto leak fa the mafic.
WE ONLY WANT YOU TO ‘'TRY" OUR GRO
CERIES ONCE. THIS MEANS THAT YOU WILL
BUY THEM TROM US ALWAYS.
ALL GROCERIES ARE NOT THE SAME QUAL- *
ITY. BUJ ALL Of OUR GROCERIES ARE THE
SAME QUALITY—THE BEST QUALITV WE CAN
BUY. WE WON'T BUY ANY OTHER KIND.
THEREFORE, WE CANNOT SELL YOU ANY BUT
AND ON OUR HIGH GRADE GROCERIES WE '
MAKE THE PRICE RIGHT DOWN LOW.
PLANTERS TRADING CO.
Now is the time to hive that
Plumbing done, or maybe its a
heating plant yon want, bat
that doesn't matter, if it's in
the line of a Plumber's work,
rent assured yon can hare it
done right, and economically
too, by calling on the undersign
ed. Thone 171.
M. F. Gilfeather
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AIR LINE RAILWAY
THE PROGRESSIVE^AILWAT OF THE SOUTH
Trains Leaving Lanrinburg
No. 19—856 A. M. Local for Hamlet. Charlotte aad all in
/ Uf®fdiato points—Through' Steeper Wilmington to
Charlotte. Open for passenger* at Wilmington at 10 P. M.
No. It—757 P. M. Local for Hamlet Charlotte, and all in
termadiate points,—Connecting at Hamlet for all points
North. South and Booth West Pullman Parlor Oar Wil
mington to Charlotte.
No. 20—857 P. M. Local for Wilmington and all intermediate
points.—Through Bteepar Charlotte to Wilmington.
Pa men gen may remain to Bleeper until 7 A M.
No. 14—957 A M. Local for Wihaiagton and all iatarmediata
points,-Pullman Parlor Car Charlotte to Wihnington.
For additional information, as to rates, sehedolee, or re
servation*. call oo local agent or write the aadcrefgnad.
J. Wataon, Agent JL. B. Pleasants, T. P. A.
Laurinborg, N. C. . Wilmington, N. C
John T. Want, D. P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
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Ploral arrmagatoepa far my oecuioa.
Prompt attention to oat-of-town ardors.
SCHOLTZ, The Florist, Inc.
VbtmUM. a0SN. Tryon St Charlotte. M. 0.
BLOTTO DRUG STORE, Apod