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hooM! ahd tm*t Tvturn. Ztauw . Wdcd b; Eibmam B^fd
tcT attde, )»iMiic« Brwikd to tit* door,
huriinr Umats attme Uni.
Th« NatkmU Tubeteule*!* Society
inMts with l«atu^ for, wton Boyd
n* of dijid : tabor, of vile ef the prtvooed lamtMiom, Iw
koMiof i«Mtory order* the mayor to pre«»t it, fctr-
cnoiMd pditie* and «r«ft and th* ,ni*i,t hort hip p»Unt
excMSM «f the idle rich, aU aw> fiayed SMjaiueas. F«4V6i»ins the
in the mushina; four*reeI I»p feature, of his sttpeiior. Major Alrich
«nie White Terror," which was re- topKea to the society tlut the Snaaees
leased on June 18. Tbe feftture pro- unra would ntt srarrant suirh
doction is one of the Uniyersat's mas-
terpiecM ai^ was written by Raymond
li, Schrock, Stuart Paton, Uie pro-
Kvety'tovn awakoM frim ita tei^
«rf7, aiid aU -tiie pieepie bweme in-
tereatitd in puUie «af«^.
n« (tory ends om year iatw vidi
a bis baiMtaet to eeWMt* • ttim «i>d
deaii Ev«iy>towft and, -IwrMwiltniy.
^ engagement of lawkw ;and
SAN OIBGO EXPOSmoX.
ifogt n&n ovn rxXsb,
Kbw Bi^ iC—Oonnty: Om-
reidittie etiifhitif :«t U* flatie ptvm^
MM» ycatenhy altasMon at a Mtai^
of the Crayon «oim^ Saaiid of
iiatiMi when iMb MaanM m aaieftiaii,
made ^ Joaefii! .T»^ Aat >• Wu
mUdnff in the foMatqpa «f Old
AnaDiaa. Ike tMoUa started trtie*
Mr. tingle MniOtiaad about the hick
rate of vahiatioa l^laMd m a eeitsiis
piece of pM|m4j, Coramiarioiiar HiA*
ion took ny tke diaeaasioii and tki*
wuxea Wanner and W«rm«r ttntii the'
two oune to Ueiws. Mr, Btiton inade
seveml pasaea that would have dono
ieredit tO Jest Willard and presomabi^
San Dietcb, July 16.—J«np goes
down in record as eontribntilic tbe
third large** monttly atteodaiiee at'fcaj hj, sparriw partner at a
the San Oiego Exposition tinee its vantage when they were parted.
When Brand icams of the defeat'opening January while July. «»»> at gheriiT Lane arrived on the scene and
K* ^ ^ « w - u sanitoriuin, he realixes 'this early date *ives promise of break- jpUeed both inen tu^ custody alid
duccr, has featured Holwrt Henley, power tf the jQ. recotds. i j
SVancea Nelson and Allen Holubar in capitolistic-controUed machine, and j. During June the attendance reach-'jj^fore Magistmto Chariee
the leading roles. The story of the P»*" ^-led the tLl of 16e,l«, a
tirama introduces Emerson Boyd, the it. ' «,,L
owner of the Great Bovd Mills . |“** ^ firare was r^sd .They were found gottty wd taxed
. - j- „ ’ MeanwhUe, floyd becomes interest- without any special events or, cele- ,vith the cost which was equally divid-
ed in the persistent attack upon the ^brations of importance, plainly indi-';^ between them
tion, which employs.child labor and . . . . I .. .. . .. _ _ ... ■ mwn.
disregards all laws of health and sani
tation. He is also in conti^l of ^e
Bo;d Chemical Company, anothsr
large corporation with the same
greedy and heartless policy which
turns out upon tha public certain
harmful and toxic medicines, among
which is Saco-Ozone, a widely adver
tised cure for tubcrcuijsis and pul
Back of the powerful arm of Emer
son Boyd is David Duncan, general
manager of the Boyd Mills. Ouncan
is also a v/ard-wheeler and crooked
horrible system of the great mills and j eating that the San Diego Espoaition j —r~
inqui;-es of Duncan as to the truth of _is drawing heavy patronage by reas-1
the' stories. The latter lies gtbly.
I on of its beauty and the extent of its
A New York man claims to have a
In the meantime, E!ea:ior, despite eahibits. The only special that crows ^ckwarda—nori*
her father’s orders, has gone to the which swdled the crowd was the con- ** t complete* the
list. New York can now lay claim to
“Clarion” oSice to see her sweetheart.
She promises to stand by him until
the finish. Duncan calls and Brand
pushes Eleanor into adjoining room,
that she may hear what is said, Dun
can threatens Brand to induce him to
stop the damaging ai-ticles, but Brand
defies him to do his worse,
Boyd down in his heart is beginnit'g
politician and holds a graft-controlled admire Brard, but Duncan, who
city in the hoilow of his palm. He is
in love with Eleamor, Boyd’s daughter, dynamite the "Clarion,” and thus
who, however, is secretly engaged to Brand s campaign organ,
Matthew Brand, one of the idle rich. 1^*" hortoic%.
whose comfortable iiu:ome has been becoming very ill, the old
built up by the labor of others.
family physician is sent for, and mik-
Emerson Boyd reads a newspaper “ thorough examination, tells Boyd
attack upon the Boyd corporation and, crushing news th»t his daughter
in a great rage, calls Duncan to see
what influence he can use a* k pditi-
cal bobt to muule the paper.
has symptons oi tuberculosis.
Duncan arrives at the rendezvous
where he learns that the police had
Eleanor g«M away and Brand runs suspicivas of the gsn^ters
across the newaoapcr article against ***^ retired to await his
her father. Alarmed by the faeta “*« »t-
«et forth ir. the paper, Brand detor- "'®** •'“» ^ell-laid
mines to invcstiguto. and, calling up- P*-"*"®' calling them all the utmost
on Cole the editor of the "Clarion," '”««»«- takes tha bomb himself and
kears a story that makes him sick at **'•"' darkness of
heon. Then he learns that Boyd’s '**** '‘Clarion” offico, Dun-
political machine has niutxlcd the lights it, while
on the inside, Brand and a helper are
B««d pays a visit to Boyd’s fac- some copy. As Fate
tories. Among tlie things that Br*nd *t, the bomb has a defective
•tea are the overcrowded condition f“»e. »"«!■ Prematur® explosion takas
wt the roomA and lack of ventilation, blowing Duncan at atoms, «4>ilc
couplcd with dust and amoke fr®m »»«onry seri-
fhe various machines: the employment iniura Brand.
«f child labor, Mrihere the children Boyd’s family physician, a learned
learn the vicious hebit4 from men ■*“**, tells the money king that Aere
cmoking and taking nips of whiskey; places in Every-town for the
cert which Mm. Schumann—Eeink
gnve when she sand to 20,000 people. ,
The attendance at the Exposition j
since its opening is now cloM to the
million mark and when this figure i': ^
reached there will be a general cele
bration In which all of San Diego and
its contiguous territory will engage. |
The occasion will be known aa “Mil
lion .‘Attendance Day,”
eU kiims of “chickens.”
it's easy to see now how the Rus
sians got the name.
THE NAVY AT EXPOSITION.
San Diego, July 19.—Since Secretary
Daniels of the novy department has
July undoubtedly will contribute «>ti«cd the San Diego Expo-
large crowds each day. The eaatern *** practice cruise of the
travel is well on its way and twins Academy midshipmen sviU be
are arriving daily with large crowds. from the eastern coast, ar-
Th« three-day celebration of July ^nxewents for the entertainment of
4th just concluded poured thottsariJs arrival here are being
through the Exposition gatea and in “P Exposition. After
the absence of official flgures ih« at- P““‘n* through the Par.ama Canal
tendance for the three days is esti- be the fir«t port «t
mated by Exposition directors to have • *t>P will be made. For this
jbeen more than 75,000. cruise the battlesMpa WiacM-
A number of large delegations «««- **”' **>••‘’“11 and Ohio will be used
Ing to San Uiego for conventions dtir- ***^ the warships in San
ing July will boost the Exposition *t- '^‘*8® harbor will be for twc days,
'tondance. Chief of these will be tha arrival here will be signaliied
Loyal Order of Mooee convention “ monster demonstration in which
Triiich is exptected to he attwded by ™“»t of the naval force of the Pacific
40,000 visitors, Voast will engage and the occasion will
> see the assembling of the entire Paci
fic fleet In San Diego harbor.
DR. FLINT TGS’nPIES IN THAW
SANITY CASE. j
Prisoner Snfering With Conatitiitien*
al Inferiority With S’amnoic Tread.
TKAW LIV5® NOBMALLV.
THE NOtTH CMOUM
COLUiE 8F MHUII.T!iE
m MEcsii^ic m
Yoonj; men ^ppkinp fn rqujp
themselvM for iisvcticsi life in
New York, July 12.—Dr. Austiit | Ag:ricult>ire und hll irjs «|lie^
Flint, the alinist, testifying today |i | b”anch?s; in Civil, Klfetrir.al and
the employment of sickly and con- Pr0P«r treatment of tuberculosis, as j the trial to test flie sanity of Hswyj Mechanicitl Bllfnr.e«rt^s; in
■umpUve laborers; improper chairs Boyd and other corporation owners ’ X. Thaw, said he believed Thaw wr» rhpmi«try and D^dnjr; in Tex-
—J .. , . .. fc.o.x w-ti, Mie .IntliMtry, and in Afirriculiral
Teaching will find exceKeot pro
vision #«w their ch()«en ctreen
•t the StatVa Industml Ck>ile;te.
Tbi« College fits men for life.
Pucull.v f»a* the coming year of
€5 tnen; 767 studedt'^; 2S hoild-
ings. Admirably rctuipped la*
borktfirieB in each department.
County ex«minatioii8 xt eseh
county-aeat on July 8th.
For eat&iogue. vi/rite
£ B. OW£N, Kegistrar.
West Raleigh, N. C.
and benches for women laborers; the persistontly fought to keep out, suffering with "paranoia or consti-
uns^itary dipper and drinking sanitanunv*. The bitter lesson
bucket; the dirty sink and roller- ’^®*P i"*® tJte roan’s heart, and
towers for washing up, and the enor- alone, Boyd falls on his knees in
mous usage of patent medicines, the first time in many years.
tutioiial inferiorhy with a paranoiac
trend.” On cross ezamiostiun he said
he did not know wiiat "constitutiouat
inferiority” meant, but that he h«d
principelly Saco-Oione and Multikurol ®®y^ thinks of his own remedy, the term, which he described as
among the poor Uboiers. Brand vis Product of the famous Boyd Chemical '.being new, because lie thought it mf-
“I don*t think he has,’
its the “Clarion” ofBco and decides to Company, and sends for a case of yUeabli.
buy the paper, since he is not afraid of Saco-O*one, He reads from the * J®**" Stenchfield, chief counael
^oyd or of his political machine, in- teatimonials of its wonderful cures*, Thaw, contondod that tcstimoxty
toading to use it in fighting Boyd. ,*^“t the family physician appears, and !*>*^ shown that Thaw lived a nonaal
Accordingly, he makes his offer to >t all from the window, ttiUnj [life in New :fempahii-e after his cscape.
Cole, who accepts readiiy, and then bim that he would not be guilty of Matteawan. Dr, Flint declared
jSrand retains the nervy editor to help tbe medicine to a dog, and toll-! thss was not inconsistent with hi*
him. They start at once on an article him further, that it is harmful ^theory that Thaw was a paranoiac,
that drives Boyd wild with rage poisonous. He then tolls Soydj “Has Thaw shown here in court any
when the paper come.s from the press.,that Eleanor, to get well, must i>e evidences of paranoia? Mr. Stonch*
Brand goes to call on Eleanor, At to an open air sanitarium,
the same time I>uncan and the detec-' When Boyd tolls Eleanor of the doc-
tive are closeted with Boyd. While tor’s suggestion, and offers her any- stated. “Only to me he does not act
Brand is tolling Eleanor of his cam- thing her heart desires, if she willj^^® • man.”
paigs with the Tuberculosis Society ®nly try to get well, he is told that I eqi'laiiiied that he did n««
to wipe out the dreadful disease the 1***’ ®"* wish is that he will send for thitik Thaw ever was “a persecuted
detective is tolling Boy( that the man Brand and liston to him, j paranoiac,’ but declared he had deJas-
who ix so bitterly opposing him and Boyd leads Biaind to the library, j*®®* persecutiea. In this diseaie,
printing the vitri«^ic storiM is none where he listons to the other's talk'.^ added, the delusions change frtiw
other than the qufet Matthew Brand, **** the existing evil conditions and a! 'to year,
who has been courting his daughter. efforts to prevent the spreading I “But there wtffc bo indicatiaaa
Boyd Jumps out of his chair in sur« tuberculosis, finidied wit^ his ^ >" tliia
prise. It is hard for bim to believe *»** conviaeing Boyd. Brand takas trial?” Mr. Sianchiield asked,
that ss«ch a thing is poMble. l*»ve, fc^Mg wfthia hiawelf thsct he IndicatSoo that would be »?i-
Meknirti]*. fieanor ha« become so ha» neeowjHabwJ the gieatort victory ^
MtlhMiMtie that she detamiMa that “* ^ canaer.
4mt &ther iBijat hear the story and th«eopi>n plans to reeonatncct
iwitas t» tha Mh(«7, whm Bojrd b Bvwy-iewa.
aiiiaiM Wa Uni)i(«a, aai aineia i« aeeon^liah.
Un to CM* wi mm to Hrildtow ad hy. tb* sisMwaiaHtc wmmf feli».
"If you daa*t know hi* histMTt*
Jodga Heddttek iatnrvpted, “wokMI
yea )te a paraariae frvn (fit
toJimhaa ka ha* gim hera?*
.ismi,. Ihi* aniliiw «W> aaadi Wa *>igfcHr to a aartMfrf •Na.’* Qr>. awmrad.
In this time of iitdustrial opportu
nity, it i« gratifying to see whnt a
firm grasp the men trained at the
Agrieultural and Mechanical College
are takisig on the indosferial life at
the Stoto. These men not only know
how to do things, but they are d^g
them with credit to thamselve* and to
their college. They are mald&g ovar
old farms and dairies. Many of the»
are directing ijotton mills. Cn. oar
r^vnkyc and highwaya you ibsd them
with tv«s9it and rod. lliay are
sought by men who need draui^ta-
laea utd na^nista. Yooag aasa
«ra aiahltiaas a«d detamiuad t« nahe
haadway in life ara Sa iacraaaiag
naakhera nmldojt their wmy to
iaatiMiaa. lafi Mjaaane*
'IMMVMMMllMik lift tiMfal
Pest. Soy BMM. Ute 8«ed Iripb
odter gfsia 700 «xpii;rt to Med lor )«t» pi—iringi. if «c
not ittv« ft in ateek, irill odksr H for ymi «t
Btevc full tliM of C«n^ 0«ti. C s. Meal aiid RttlVk S«rc«k
D*iry and Hone FM, SUi»tuff,\Br«tt. Good Breiid |f«M
•iKd kinds of prodoe^.
Exeluaive Agents for J. ALLEK S.VijTH’S PEEMJ5SS. wd
MOUNTAIM CITY Fine Feed. Also DA.V VAUJSTr and
BlELROSE ihoor and Feed, which it the VEKY BESl^
*:: Come To Headquarters ::
MERM Slimt COMrM
BurliiiKton - • • and ■ - Giiahani, N. C.
MAKE THE iClTCHEN
DOl^^T swelter over
a hot coal stove this
PERFECTION Oil Cook-
stove keeps your kitchen
cool and clean and does
away with ali the ash-pan,
coal-hod drudgery of the
'Hic NEW PERFECTION light*
like res^ktes like gas, and
cooks like gas. It's gas stc^ coin-
fort with kerosene oil.
Se^ethini^ New. An (wen thatbe-
c»m« a jirelcss cooker merely by
pulling a damper. Ask your dealer
to show you the NEW PERFEC.
TION No. 7, wi^ ^less cook
ing oven; also the^‘BRFECTION
mXER HEATER. It gives you
plenty of hot water, yet leaves you
mdependent ol the hot, sooty coal
Ut^ AbukSn Stettrify OU
»r Dtammm^ Whitm Oil
to ebt^ the hcK fMuki an oi
Stovea, Heater* and Laap^
STANDARD OBu COMPANY
WaddsflM^RC. ~ (NewJisiaiigp) -dhieteto^ltC
>raiie'a Way ai EMTMa*.
'Johnny, how did yo& hart yew
hand ? I hoj^ you hat«a*t bean SgM-
‘'iPQta Joaaa taiV^.' m a IJar, mo>
tilwir, and thaa ii^''ai^At 'Itoi
Heien—Turn do'wa tiu light, BoW
•ad than we oasi 'aSh «ooat Iai«.
ha la «!• da*k alw