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The Dunn dispatch. (Dunn, N.C.) 1914-1978, January 06, 1922, Image 1

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I ! * 4 nm ■■■II.. MORROW r GUILTY; Judge Gori%b Law More Cieirij IT'cL^ad On Cor •?: - cj '■VtK’V&H FORMER CCNCPESSf'AN DENOUNCE* PCtJ.'CF. Lil.'EF Ch»rwkrr<j Trr r.t Of Motion Pieiurt 7.‘ m A« Bru tal And In!»u»>..i, j'.ud Call* Page Kind V.’ext Resented Criticism Of Conduct Of His Department. . • Moinv/. prlare theatre osnt., v/c* /aund ca. iy ot (l‘»onicriy rn.i« uct and carry!** o co.iruulcd we-po.* !n « j naLfon w*.tU hid affray with Oi>f of Pol*ce V. 8. Page Aid PalrDiniii i \\* f** Nipper in the Dunn Cafe n? !i c*c!-cV. ChristaiAj Rve night w’.n*i* t-Vi! before Reord er Robert L. Go ! v> yt«ts?day. Ap |>mI from the *)•.**!*!mi »n each ca.*<i wa* take:*., bou\ :or and th.- matter will be threshed net *» P vurior Court at Lilli.f- ess .1 Mvk. Judge Godwin’* decision < amo on the heels of ore o' the most m uthing denun c it Con* of tha local police de partment, it* t hief and hi* m*-tliod» by formcrCongio^mnn HannlUnl L. Godwin ever h*« *d. ;n a lee.Al rr«*ii room. Mr. Mti-iuw v** pic'.u.d by tha retinal legislator an innoeexa ■ man whore only ei .me was that he had dwV'l to rr lie. c the **kinjr. the sovereign who ruled the city cf Dunn, while he was w.*ji «t»rally feart'ug oa oyaU’it.** Ilia i—ticUm of the ch ef who U about to retiir vraa u> eloquent a* it vtu.« b tier u.*id he said that no man ha I ever bc<*n mo;*e bru tally and hihrm.'iieiy lAsud than had Mr. Morrow. Judge uo«r*m a dtf:» on a* to car >yin* the weapon eo'ccu’cd <iu reached thmunh h'.-i belief thai. the lew was designed re test the car rier'll Atlvorraiy. i: ar, ;>rnv«n the weapon was rspoee.t u> v'ew of , everybody behind Mr. Morrow, but that It was improbable that Mr. Pago —a possible advent ry—could too it. guilty as a matter of law. desiring that it he carried to higher courts for an opinion ‘'.-.a: will throw light on future iimilcr rases. The law. as it now stands, is not specific on tills point, the judge con tends, and should be denied up. The case a drd n» 1 o'clock last night, after had co-itunud two hours of an afios :oou . on and an hour end a hnU it nljlu. Throogh nut the '.xamirvfen of witnesses and the a;guru nt c.f c„ur.7el the little rourtroom wt 'eis»,l In ruC-icaiiou by interested <ptri aisirj who follow ed the evidence and nigumeit ailun livrly. Only Orfv il'il the judge have to rap for order, rhut was when Han nibal Godwin reached the pinnacle of hia eloquence in itesoutiric.g Page and the crowd wanted to applaud. Although coa' S.': for the defense asked that the ca:c be continued to a nigh: section of the chart berassr of the «•> Ki-ncst Y. Young, senior cou '<*eH from tr.j city. Judge Godwin would allow a continuance only to 1:30 o’clock In the afternoon when Solicitor M. A. Tsqasoiil i.i* airted en Irancdiaic trial. Sir. Town •e id pointed out that the case iind orce befO/O been continued nt the request of counsel for the drfenre ami that, even with the nbro of Mr. Young Mr. Marrow hr.d sufficient representation In .oe perrons «r Han nibal I* Godwin, Ji-rnlguu ucd ju-ue» Best When Iho cnir was exiled at |:S0 Ihe defense still wanted n cintixu a«cc, this time for t'.io added reason of the sber-ncr f'*m court of W. Blackman Lee, on Unpoitant witliesa. However, the cano proceed'd. *-•»# to.tino. U 8- P»|«. chief of police, one of the arroatin* policemen, «v the Brit wltn«a* colled. Hr tlotrrl thM hn oil »*at«d in eh* cn.*o with Po liceman Nipper, Ih* ether a.K-jCnj; officer, when Mr. Murmw earn* tc Ihcir t*t'* and hi» “Srhy ir tolT* had he m>l »*H*“eld lt«nn" t< arrow him thlr CtarWms*-, that !i< had Mhed Mr. Morrow if itc wortati tj be ar reeled; that Mr. Mourn* Mated that no “d«on r.*a.i” a««ld arror him, and that Mr. .Morrow 0»-> team *d to roash toward b’l hip peclrot. At tfclt June: jtro, M>. Pt'iro teetrfl rd. Mr. Nipper Mtiflhl n f*-" f«nn Mr. Honew'i pocket and atloaiptw to place him under a> rut. foe*. Mr Pare continued, Mr. Morrow “p«ke« me la the eye and w* went fejrethor.' Oa cram axanrfaat'.on Mr. Pay* elated that Mr. Mo to.v'a turn w«' toncvalod, that Mr. Morrow had corn* Into the eoT* la hi!* hbr, thi.t hr ** drunk and disorderly n-id r**‘ele< armtl He aeglf ml rlate whrlhc •r not ha had beaten Mr. Motm one Ike head with a flab or blarl NV w Bank U Organized By SmithField Citizens -niilhflald, Jan. 4—Whan tho First v. .'on*l Bonk anil the Citizen* N» C't..ini I hi.ik cciiaolld.ncil rot long i! vrm predicted by meny that tfctre vould soon be soother bank tv oncaniac and open op here. This i» being non.'. A car.raw ha* been made ! «•<•! stock hn* been taken ior (he co.t |Ua.»k. An organization was effected. Mr. U. C. Gillette was elected presi dent wish Mr. It. L. Fitzgerald as [ Wrr-prcsldent. The diiectora are: A. W. Johnson. X. E. Woodtll, John W. Bl-rkman, James l>. Parke, and W. H. Flower*. Dr. Poobles Lom* C*m Against His Wife’s Sons Dr. Peebles, veterinarian, was tax ed with the routs and adjudgvd guilty of malicious and frivolous prosecu t>on when two cases started against Lemon and Carson Lee, sons of hie wife, were tried before Judge Robert L. Godwin in Recorder's Court yes terday. He appealed from tha decis ion of the court, however, and will take tha matte*' to Superior Court in Lillington next creek. The Lee boys were charged with trespassing on tha land which, until Dr. Peebles married their mother_ the widow Kate Lea—in November, wo* owned hy their mother and tend ed by them. Dr. Peebles in the mean time has acquired title to the proper ty. lie leased it to a new tenant aud forbade Ihe boys to enter thereon. They paid little attention to hla in structions. Judge Godwin ruled that thry had been in possession all the white. The boys were charged also with threatening th* life of their mother. She refused to testify against her «ona and stated that (he felt that she Lad nclhing to fear from them. jack. Marrow Taker Stood At idr. Page left the stand tho Stole looted and live defense rsIM Mr. Morrow. Although still weak from Mr experience with the police* seu rail nervous from'the ailment unit.i uar given him trouble for years. Mr. Morrow told hit story quietly end without hesitation. He bad, he said, been searching JAtJgtM and fltcaar fur xovyal ■WrTtteoweo St rtre floEeWSThSi? duct ef a negro la his theatre, and when he sow Page and Nipper In the • c,rtaurant he went in to tell them about tho trouble and remonstrate v.-h them for their apparent inat oiit-on to iloty. He admitted that he ■vus aimed w,th Uio gun Mr. Nipper le alleged to ham taken from him, •mt staled that ho had boon in the t :oi. of carrying It about with h.m. •at concealed, ever since lie had boon 'n Dunn. Of this fact, he raid, all policemen were cognisant. When he .tpiiroached Mr. Page, he raid, he ask 'd him where he had been a*l day. The policeman, he declared, naked Km who he thought was running the .•oliee department, and He raplied that It looked like nobody was mn n'ng it. Skirt Blood Saakad Then. Mr. Morrow Unified, Nip ■v e matched his revolver and I'age ■ united for him. The next thing he knew ho waa on tho floor and the loi'remon were beating him. He did not remember much more until he regained conaeiooxncvt in the city jail. Then, ho raid, he was Moody and <ore. He offered ills shirt in evidence >n ihow that he had bled profusely. The roller and a largo part of tho ■ >sck Of the shirt waa soaked with lood. ■Mr. Morrow dented that be waa :•!tiier drunk or disorderly or that ho !<sd site in pled to start any trouble vith the policemen. Mann Norris, next wllnnaa called by the defense, stated that ho wax In the keck yard of tho eafs when Page and Nipper dragged Morrow through the bock door. Ha testified tbat he board several licks struck aad that j Ihcy sounded as If they Were Heka of * uiopon. He said, too, that he heard "or* toy: "shoot him Nip, shoot him 1” |**r* Warm Dt. R. U Warren w»i called by the ‘:»M* to teatlfy u to Mr Monrorw'i ron.'itioo. Rc naiad that Mr. Morrow wai I" * dMad condition whan ho .jar Mm after midnight. He had rone (he prlmo twins before at lb* in to"ec of Mr. Marrow** friend*, hat •aa’.d not to him beraaoo there . -via no on* thoro to let him In. Mr. Pag* had been found’ about midnight n.d had »dmltt-d him to the *al|. Mr. ’ Morrow, ho tuM, wa# lying on th* COOT rote floor wit.iout cover and wa< bli.«<|y( though not blooding at that flmo. H* would not my that hi* eon dltion waa dar to liquor when th* -oroeecMion aeked tho qooeUoo. While lif, Warren waa teat If yin* TH-Mty Sheriff Jernigoa auoeeodad I* i "ndlag who hod baan n» I monad by tho State hot wa* waated • by th* dvfonro. He wa* th* neat wit. r no** for the dofe***. Me rioted the! . he wa* ia tho eaf* when Mr. Morrow COLORED SUCKER GETS ED’S MONEY Con riocm Co* Smith Ho U Old Acquaintance Alad Ah* •condo With Cadi II looks aa it the “city slicker" bnd moved to the rural sections and that tha "confidence” man finds it more profitable to opare la in ibb lair of the "coma on” than He did when he waited for the easy marks to com# to town. Listen to what happened to Ed Warren because Gas Smith, his Man Kriday, believed a slick yoonf negro when he told Gus that he was an old acquaintance: Ed, who needs lot* of tcnsnU for his big fsrm routScasf of town, is shy $#7 BO and considerable of hi* self esteem, and Gus Is determined that the next young negro who claims bis friendship shall ha turned over to the police. The trouble came about through Gus' gullibility. I .art week be was walking down the road when a likely young negro railed: “Hoy dere, unk Gus. whar you go’m'7” Gus didn’t teem to recollect that be had ever seen the man before, and he told him so. “Yes, you doea, unk Gus,” Use fellow replied; “you know* me—ah’ve bean to yo’ plare lot# o’ tiures; you know* mo, James Smith— don’t yo’ ’member.” So ingratiating was the smile and manner and no confident did the ne gro seem that Gus did us many a wiser man has done. He remember ed wall. So well that hr carried his fthrnd to sac Mine Ed and racom aended hhu vary highly sj x hoy ha had known for mors than ten year, "ve’y emaht, a hard wukkrr and one o’ do best fahmrri is da country,” and all af that mr. warren winie-i to jure tne i stranger and be war willing to be hir ed. Bat then* war a little matter of an account due hU farmer landlord nho lived near Clayton. Bo Ifr. War ren gave him *97.76. Accompanied by (iuN tbr young negro was tent to gat hit rtulf from the Cloytoa farm. At 8*1®a, however, he deserted Out and has not been seen since. Through tSe hladnem of tome negro friends bock homo. Yesterdiy Mr. Warren went to Clayton in search of lie ne gro sliektr, but ronld find no trace of him, hit landlord or a large quantity of stuff he had mortgaged to him for the money advanced. Sm Ov-lhetJ'eker it block, barapy ftced, has a gold tooth, a moustache and a pleasing manner, weighs about 17U pounds and weans brown clothes. If anybody wants to make $25 they ear) pot it by tclllnp Xd Warren where he it. Tho Exploaioa Of A Still 1* Tho Caiim Of Two Don tin Cairo, Ills, Jan. 4.—Maria Hogan. 17 years old nml Gladys Hogan 9. sitters, were horned to death today in a fire which police attributed to the explosion of a at ill. The hoot* of TWnnl* E. Hogan, father of the girts, a grocer, was destroyed. A still and several jags of moonshine wore found in the rains. Hogan and hi* wife and' three small children escaped. -- "" " i a ai eT entered. The gen was about the find thing ho saw. Mr. Morrow, be said, went Immediately to Pago'a tabln, leaned both his hands on its surface and began to talk la undertone to Tag*. He did not hear any part of the con venation between them until something was said about Hunt. Then .ha saw Mr. Kipper ersteh the Morrow jgva and say “consider yourself wi lder arrest." Then there was a general . mix up, with Mr. Morraw and the polkamon on tho floor. When Mr. Morrow won Id rise, according to Mr. Lee, bo would call to him; “Black, see how thoy are treating mo.” and Page would hit him again with a club. : lie said that he had attempted to ' stop the trouble when it started but was ordered away by Nipper. He did net think Mr. Morrow drunk and wai certain that ha was In no way disor derly. Nipper Cuerekerelee Page Theodore Vlahoe, one el the own ore of the Cafe, corroborated a large part of Ur. U»'l trrtimuny. hat wee »f thr opinion that there waa "»o«e thing the matter with Mr^Xorrdw." Teddy admitted that he area frighten ed and did net eat aa much at Ur. Leo raw. J B. Langley, of tbe Atlan tic CoaM Line Bail way cIBre, eta ted that ha bn I rare Mr. Morrow earlier * nth# wren lag and that hr waa drank at thnl Umo. I’olkeman K'rpar to taled nbout tbe earn# ae -lid Mr. Page. .Maaera. Vlabaa. Langley and Kipper i Wore witnmeee for the Plate. Charlae Lea On/ tided Solicitor Tow a tend tot the proaeeutira. A re» eoia area taka* at I iW 0 dock to par ■lt ooanaal to appear la e.iother ea«e .before a mapletrate n rrolbor part of town. Argoteeat waa la tba Bight —rii UQUOR BOAT CAPTAIN HAS HARO LUCK YARN FOR CAR OP kohloss V Wind Story Stand. SlMp 000 Wortfc of Liquor Will Not Bq Confbcotod tUleigh, Jan. 4^-Fedtml Prohibi ten Agent U. a. Kehlo*., of Salle bury, on hU way hone (no Ocr» cvfce, where bit waat Friday to can h<* respect* ovgr a cargo of 9199,009 worth of liquor, dropped off today ia Raleigh to tell the story which boota thrm al! for Uquor treacun. He visited District Attorney Irvin U. Tucker'. o«ea and laid a <sw frag ments before ym. yhc bhad of the piohibitlon foreas in the- state baa spent four nights getting to that li quor and away from it. Ha found on the “Uvtariigor-ef Paacs” 1,03* cases of whiskey. Tbla means 4,144 gal lon., or 16,970 quart* Tbl* booa* Mils at 912.30 .‘a quart retail ' Tbs gracd total gor* wall above 9190,000. The boex* was coptarad ia tbu Ocra roka inlet Friday when {he Maasengrr of Pexco, on it* cm la* to Saa Pierre, Neva Scotia, blew into the inlet and get stuck in the mud. THs fact that Hie navigators were running M0 or *o mile* out of course waa not ths least rrabarmnlkg to the captain of tbs vernal, who pgplaintd that a storm birw h'm and Ms mates out of the ocean. The Mbeeengcr of Peace io ■ iggvd up with three masts and is very senrlive u the wind. It baa an engine and «nu drire wherever K. wUbna to go. The sail err bad liUla •)*'aphomalln gblcb belongs to out-1 W* which ga to4sea. Bat far all that. \ the men stood >y the story Hat the an kind wind* JUw them‘late North Carolina, lWo fjpt .tats u go dry by popular vote is • l*ew»dii« UH* Why- the gamier of Peace Ic on Sl cK-ir.-^a-Hud tho t-tal<- b« cr.n la adminigrr on the car* > and found quite a tonnage of beeai. To* boat ia goog fir about *0 ton* and VIf it* caparr^ «aa in bottled Joy. There wai« I**r standard brnida. 1-oo-thlrd. of tlpa erhidkey was Marjr l*-.d Kye by tab], but thorn ia noth ing ia a name, Thera wai a goodly percentage of £ri*h whiskey and n limited amoudto of two well-known brand*. Mr. Kshlom took aaaaplee of all and *ant Ugfeto Washington. Oh old fiddle* *r« BtadWarluaa* and not ill tnmbWdown furniture ia antique. All-that men* i* not part rya mada iq 191*. Tho BalUbnry leader had bia tribu lation* reaching the Mi-merger of Tha wind blows down there and Kttlc- boats cat all sort* of didoes. The trip was made Friday night af ter the rail Jeumcy ended at New *;n It Is S* miles from them to the Messenger of Peace and Mr. Koh l«ii finished bi» Joamay, which ha continued from New Bent In a gov ernment boat without getting In the Xcmongeref Peace that night. A heal from' Portsmouth. N. C.. took him to tho liqaor vessel aad ha went ahorrd her. Two whites and seven blacks manned the schooner. She waa a rcaworthy dhlp. Tho whiskey am her was made In tondry parts ef America. 11 had been consigned ta San piers with the Bahama Islands as a setting cat point. But that awful wind came no md rant her Into North Carolina. Mr. Kohlor* on investigation, found that the wind* her* had a habit of Mowing Cassis. Coleman end his sa ne late* Into that part af North Car ol'na. Hitherto tha galea have been a Utile atom considerate and have not scat tha shlpatan aground. Bat Ihc Messenger of Peace waa aot In an nnchartered tee. It mada Itself very orach at Hemo. Joknaon Ga*« To Jail From HoapHal Today Jamco Joknaon, alleged (layer ef Frank Stone tn upper Harnett county eeveral weekf ego, will be reloaaed from Harnett Central Hnepltal at LIlKngton today and aent to Harnett Jatl to await* trial. It t« impossible that his cat* wiH be tailed In the criminal term o( Superior Court to op on in LflHnyton Monday. Johnaen badly wonndad at lb# time Stone was killed. He hat been •n 'be hospital cerr since. A coron er's jary bold him roaponalblo lee I Stone** death. (.Iqaer Is auppaaed to .havo been at the bottom of the tray lady. 1 Min Halbai IU<«mt Ault C«« Ut Prom Auta A auM t»d loat tram an antama kilo wfeiab .*d» taking Mia* Xatblaan Holland to Mhoal at 8alaabvrg wai raeaaerad yadarday by Dctaattat Langley and Mn. W. D. Holland Mlat Holland'* mother, wban tboy da •nan dad if of a nogro girl who wai known fm hat* picked It up. The gW had lacked tba nh caae In bar (rani jand loft h<dm. When hand by the policeman dp randtty aarraad to flat tha property u?, aHbaacb It trat art dent aba had attempted to aamia Um law. '' COMMISSIONERS ASKED FOR Ell CitiMM «f County Wut Fur Mto ^ Agmkmt "At a meeting of ettiaca* repre senting the various districts af Bar ns It County, which was hold hi ths County Coon Houst at UUington, Monday afternoon, January lod. 1911, ths following re so lotions worn unaaimeosly adopted: "Whereas, the cut-over forest lands of Hsrnett County constitute on# of the important potential assets of the reantyi “Whereas, periodic forest Area are concerting this potential asset into a liability by destroying the young forest growth as rapidly as It estab lishes Itself, by redwing the produc tive power of th« soli, and by perpet uating a dsngsrooa fire huaard; "Where**, the North Carolina Geo logical and Kcoaomla surrey offer to co-operate with the Harnett County Beard of Cemsaiatieuer* in employ ing and directing Forest Wardens whoso duty shall bo to enlist the sup port of the people la thole respective districts In ths general control pro vesting and extinguishing of forest and Add Ares and in enforcing the state forest lawn; "Whereas the said survey across te pay one half of the coat of amp!er ror** of said Wardens pravldlug the ceuaty will agree to pay the other half "I here for*. Bo It Itnaolvodj— “That the c[titan* of Harnatt coun ty in amtlng assembled la Hamott County Court Hoot* (hit second day of January, IMS, do hereby aad 'herein respectfully petition and urge the KoaoraWo Board of County Cm rntmioacra of Barnett county to ay propriat* Iron tho public fun da of the county a tuai not to exceed Sue aundred doUan to ho expanded in co operntioa with tho State Geological and Economic Surrey In accordance with Chapter ft of the Public Lawn ■f n. c„ of mi. -Above resolutions adopted by un animoua vote of all ettiaana pTemnt at meeting." toe f otoat tea ^rohtem aa B aaida For eat Pretactivu Camp Bragg, Baatetn If core oomrty, Southern aad Wetleni Haruett cow ty aad the Overhifle lead company were agreed upon. ■ Senator W. P. Byrd of tbe 14th Diateict, Captain H. W. Tapper of Camp Bragg. H. H. B lard on, manager of tho Ovcrhilli land Company, Bion Bailor of South ern Pines, J. 8. Johnson of Spent Springs and H. Boiler of LUlington all mads Interesting addressee per t'nent to the forest tiro problem. The icccmity for taking tmmediate stop* looking towards a coated of tbe very destructive forest firm was empha sised by all the spank ere. It seas also generally agreed that tho an tvs res! support and ee-apvretio* of all oBi tens will be nccenary for surrsas of any plan, and that til* State Force* laws should be strictly applied to people who are Indifferent and euro lem about letting Are eacape. W. Darrow Clark, chief fire ward en 1st the North Carolina Geological I ind Economic Survoy presided at tha j meeting. -It I* T# Lam*h ProUmhmry. umimwti. have b*» made looking to » big spectacu lar ho ate talent production, eotlod the "Ro-cbud Ot erotic Miaatrol Re vue under the eututoee and for the iK-nefil of tin- Dvnn Curat Band. Mr. Albitt I. of the Will'* ; Moxe C , of, Ohio, art]) I hare charge ef the rah mrule and a ' iclerted eoropeay of homo talent thp era and parfonagn oH ha aaliatad *a the prodaetion. Mr. Baker it aril ha remembered, trained the “Ameftea Ftnt” prodaetion far the PeegMen ef the Ceefattorney, also “Pewhe***" Indian chow. A rplendid ead uwflteHeoa offer ing it piumbed, ia the ferfheeaatog profuetlen along the ehaaen Uaee ef the operatic mketreky la whtoh I plenty of taagte urfll he iujaeted along with tho Maglag. Also a epeetol ore be Mia to being ergaatoed to add to the general eaesmMe efeet The date for the Operatic tttoptrel Revue will be aaaoaaeed to a later Irena MeoerUaen Would Face A Charge Of Mfrfei Mentgemery, Ala, Jen. 4—Attar aey GomibI llerwcH 0. Dark to ad riling an »slkke re to pwiteati tm murder perseae erreeted for menu lecturing Hquen whtoh canted tb< ' death ef any human being. Thto ad rtoe to being lamed on the etroagti of recent fevelepmente to Stow reunty, where a men to under erne far (he alleged mean feature ead eel i ef Hauer whtoh to said to hare eeeeei the death ef Clyde Smith. INITIAL SURVEYS FOR UNES MAM Carol hm r—|-r ITiihni Haro T«£m!iNr*F«ciW tarical fwmutdM Trancmiaalan line* of the Caroline fawrr and Light Company/wOI ho extended to Dan w.LH.n the MSI month at aa and the company will be ready to eepply current to can bare wHhln ninety day*, according to En tlnoar Dari*, who craa hero thte waah rewiplcring a pidinliuiy aur ray preparatory to beginning conet ruction on tac Um* botwoaa Uuna and Benton. Ibc company will take over tit* op eration of tho local cytiawt aa aeon a* Ha llaaa arc completed and will be gin the complete reconftruetion of that pan at tbo ayMtm k recently pure kneed from th* town. Boilers and generator* now In one by the town wlH ha turned erer to tha coanpany and kept la nanjng order for a pm Had at • year* at an til tit* company cocap let** further ceoatraetinn of tream!u(on lina* that will aware continues* and uninterrupted earv iaa «• th* community. Them machine* wiD continue in th* town** bonding until tit* ram pony bn* no further urn ‘or them or until the expiration of the Hr* year period. . , OPIE READ WILL LECTURE HERE ptom Of Tha Womaa't Opia Read, ureallat, traveler, lee tarvr, b coming to town. He will be t**re boro uniter tha auapkaa of the WeaMa'a Club to Metropolitan TW t«r ra the evening of Wodnotday, January II. It b «aid of him: Opie Read b like no on* elm to tb* world. Hb very prvaane* lend* a ■trarg* aaehantmant la hie aUrtor Ton may kava enjoyed hit bo old la tha toll tod* of your library; pareh anc* yea have baaa attired by hb Play*, or apaat delightful half hour* to th* reading af hia clever eharaetcr tketchaa; bat uniat* you have aat whhln tha aound af hb voie*. and heard from hb own lip* tb* qaaint *al*a that originate to hb brmia, yen do not faUy tppavelate tho xplaodid of the man. On tha platform Mr. ftoad ahiaca with a brilliance an hb own. Evary whara ha ia racalrad with rwthniaem Th* htdaaerlbabl* witchery of hb ward*, th* charm af hb vote* and manner, the influence af hb paraon altty, combine to weave the magic «P*n that bold* hb haarara enthralled. One mteate roaring with laughter at tout# humorout hit. tho next atar bg at tho apeakcr through hat. blind tog bean, with a foaltog that you udH arret mlb agnta—only to break tote froth aeraama af Uaghter lmtn» d’atrly after—you r*ai:*o that (Ida rtaaarkahl# man ha* tha pawac to •way hit audience at will. Mr. Road b afwaya aatertatotog. Mr. Read ha< a now lacterv, ‘'Human Nature and WIRlea." compoatd An tb* aaoal pari of axparbaea atorlea that bam * rear baan printed and nave* tab hafar# on tho platform. Ha gare hb lootura an a Chautaoqua tear tod "**”7%aJl"4 th* w*r* •* Tha member* of Ike Chtlatiar Church, aat af thak gaaaraaa goad i heart*, gave (hair paatac a vary a* . raptaMa pounding To today night I Their abundant affertog in tha font i af graeevtoa waa very gratafatty ra I reived. Tha laaipbnt will daahOea Hva happy far a while. I I r * „v I I 1 £ I 9+ «Urf * se ar }, I *< •4 » tardier "•'*!>*. at which Km H b Mitnt the turn ctuiahm w4U ha able to »grce Ml a rho ice Three wm were Man tha caw misricasr* Tuesday. C. X. watt, «f Birbeyeflts. *. C., J. 9. 4km, af Raleigh, and D C. % . sf Dunn, wsr* tha TlgglffllTn _ jMaia Jomsb Goldstein and P. A. Las wsr* ^haaaT *CMtaLaMr rr" r" ■ewaasr. was af cha oyiaioe that the mWm abosld Is to aa oat 44w far the I m believe a local sms a the law with the I_ gkat an ewt ster, who had n* friends her*, canid. Commissioner K*wholly was silent n aU the Vinwn while the dlseat *iou was going on, hot hoard want into ha ded to Mr. Warns*a of stsar. aotten W the rrtMl. tot to eoxatetom touted earlier. Ttor be to» the rlrmUUen at Ip m. in tto afternoon, it wa* Noted. H m pre dated ihordy after 4, jut u tto meeting woo called to order. Since tto Tueodny It to mdtntosd that seven uplr ant* for tto job haw < a de 'ire to plane their application* with tee board. Frlaada of Kyle Mottoowo. one of tto moot ectlw of W. H. Ter tinptoB’e dopatleo white ho woo (her « of Harnett Ceoaty, hove Moot ed bio appointment. It it not known however, whether or not to will ap Mf. Ben that at are and town Wtomu H i« orprowd own to fawr the appointment of o awn known to tto ovopte of Dana. Boom exp rear the Botov that teeal men to yfren prefer tore, and they lay that afauo It la hemeeWee who pay tto taxes for tto itnanelry of the manfalpal gevam m»nt their wloto* tooold to < rider •4 by the heard. On (the Vlth la expmmod to emto ■ ioaen may get aani aneualy decide opon a ma > wiU enforce the low without favor. Tto now police ehlof will to given v (alary of only |1M a month and to employed for the ported of Mo *et 1-ftrtlon to tto board. Nr. toga b toiry paid «17> o month and ratil to poor wm employed by tto poor. Since hie laet appointment. however, to ha* tooa employed bp too month. I mrreo ami etUaam af Dm gamarally | m the Sanaa) moettog of the cham ber mat Wriaariir sight. Colonel Kirkpatrick la paoeSieM of tha Chan lotta chamber of i twice ii Mi w*i mayor of Chore Ate antn) yoaco ago. Iia ia ana af tha 9ta*«‘a moat oat!*# workers for goad rood a ami (or tha general program of the Hat a. arffl aloe olaet Ma itrootoro ami e*» Newport Nows, Vo, Urn. A—An eomaa aai giiltiopko eoaatlao af Virginia are Urn riOhaat nmoll 11 for their aloe la the United Itetae. an rpri'.ng to ftoeaee which have bean cnmoOai by Bmry K. Taytar, af tha i aaspton aannty per earn ia lltLfl Mi to An amor IlllJt.

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