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Friday, March 8, 1912,
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Ifl THE HEW HOTEL
Vast and Intricate System
Completed After Months of
Labor Contract Made
for Ice Machine.
LOWEST LIGHT CHARGE
TO BE $100 MONTHLY
never harmed arm
""' PV' Anational $vk p?
PHYSICIANS OF EIGHTH
Scientific Topics of Interest
Discussed at Greensboro
Meeting Piedmont News.
Dully ita Ihiildmg,
Greensboro, .March S.
Physicians from the ten counties
comprising the eighth medical coun
cilor district gathered in Greensboro
yesterday afternoon to attend the ses
sions of the district meeting. The
opening session nail held in the aft
ernoon, when scientilic topics of in
terest to the profession Were dis
cussed In an interesting manner with
a generul exchange of opinion. Ir.
J. W. Long, president or the Guilfnn!
County Medical society, presided nt
tho afternoon session uml later in the
evening the attending physicians fath
ered around the banquet hoard where
a number of tnasls were responded 1"
' A WOMAX 1KMTOII
Whs Julck to Discover What Wus Doing-
A lady tells of a bad case nt coffee
poisoning (Tea is equally harmful, he
ro use' It contains raiTeine the name
drug found In ruffee) and tells it in u
way bo simple and straightforward
that literary skill could nut Improve
"I had neuralgic headaches lor 12
years," she says, "and have suffered
untold uKony. When I llrst began to
have them I welshed 140 pounds, hut
they brought me down to 111,
"I Went to many doctors and they
auve me only temporary relief. So I
suffered on, till one dny, a woman
doctor advised me to drink Postum.
She said I looked .like 1 was coffee
"Bo I began to drink Postum, and
Rained' 15 pounds in the first tew
week and am at 111 gaining, hut noi
so fast as at first. My headaches be
(tan to leave me after I hud used
Postum about two weeks lone
enough, I expect, to feel the coffee
poison out of my system.
"Now that a few months have
passed since 1 began to use Postum,
I can gladly say that I never know
what a neuralgia headache I like an
more, and It was nothing hut Postum
thut relieved me. . ,'
"before I used Postum I iievef, went
out alone; 1 would net bewildered and
would not know which way to turn.
.Vow I go alone and my head Is as
clear as a bell. - My brain and nerves
are stronger than they, have been for
years." Name given; by Postum Co.,
Pattl Creek, Mich.-
There's a Reason," and It Is ev
plained In the little book, "The noad
to Wellvllle," In pkgs.
Kit read the) above letter? A new
one apitears from time (o lime. They
are peiioliio, true, and full of human
iH-r. '. ...........
Mini the evening pleasantly spoilt. .The
counties iiiminiHinK the eighth dis
trict Include (iiillforil. Forsyth, Yad
kin, Kockini;1iam, Wilkes, Alleghany,
Ashe; Stokes, Surry and Uandolph.
lr-s. Annie 1'ariss IVatl.
Mis. Annie Fariss, one of Greens
horn's most lovable women, passed
peacefully to rest yesterday at her
home on West Washington street after
an illness of several months. Mrs.
Fariss was a da lighter of the late
Ralph (jorrell. a prominent member
of the tjuilford bar. Her husband
died several years ut;o and since that
lime she had made her home with
sister. Mis. I'criss was a lifelong
member of the First Presbyterian
huivh of (Ireeiisboro and a devout
i hnstian woman. Mirviving' are
three sons, ,1. Henry Fariss of Greens
boro, .lohn !!. Fariss of New A'ork and
Joseph (!. Fariss- of 'iilH'oiiiia.
Neitro Accused of Asj-ault.
When Fred Irvin. a negro, brought
stei'i'ny to the Guilford county jail
from High Point, where he had been
hound to court without ball, charged
with criminal assault, was searched by
the lail'T he was found to be well
supplied with Instruments that might
have been designed as tools In the
interest of an escape or attempted es
cape. In the negro's shoe was found
an old case-knife of good duality of
steel ami likewise a pair of scissors.
It is a Hi aed (hut the negro's Intention
wus to convert the case knife Into
tile and make an effort to saw his way
The management of the Greensboro
Y. M. .. A. yesterday paid the mem
tiers ol the police force un appreclat
ed compliment when the entire lor
was invited tp the association rooms
and there each any every one was
presented with a membership card
entitling them to all the privileges of
All (he Little Items Arc Big Dikk in
lilt; North Slate Screens for
Instance, Cost $1110(1.,
l'he water from the main on North
Main street has been cut Into the
North State hotel and is now circulat
ing through the vast and intricate sys
tem that has taken months to install.
A four Inch pipe was considered neces
sary to furnish sulclent water for the
purposes for which it will be used.
This is largei than the mains on some
rather populous streets. The meter
will he Installed at once. There are
hundreds of pipes running through the
hotel to furnish water to the rooms,
etc.; and in addition to this system.
there are the pipes for the waste and
steam heating systems.
Items 'thut nre Inconsiderable-hi or
dinary houses call for large expendi
tures in this building. The minimum
monthly charge for the lights will lie
$100 and this would have to be paid
if there was never a light turned on.
The screen doors and screens for the
windows will cost $lii00. The owners
of the building have already closed
the contract for the screening of the
entire hotel with V. J. McDanlel, who
represents the McDanlel Screen and
Flooring company of Charlotte. The
screens will have metal frames and
ronze wire screening.
The owners have also contracted to
buy an ice machine and there will be
complete refrigerating plant.
Early next week work of laying the
oncrete sidewalk on two sides of the
hotel will begin. On North Main
street the sidewalk will conform to the
new property line which the alder
men purpose to establish.
PEERLESS FASHION CO.
51 Patton Ave.
PLANT IS IN OPERATION
VISIT THIS STORE
Your critical Inspection Is rcuuested
with tho confidence that you will see
here the most distinctive fashions, uml
at the same time the most moderate
priced apparel, which have made
name and fame for ibis store. W?
have exploded the theory that you
must pay high prices for smart ready-to-wear
PEERLESS FASHION CO.
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MRS. M. GLEASON
ft's: v '
PEERLESS FASHION CO.
51 Patton Ave.
VIEW OUR OFFERINGS
Suits, Mvenlng Gowns, Street dress.
cs, AValsls, Skirls, etc, are here In
great variety, distinctive creations that
pre strictly authoritative In design and
not to be seen In other stores, AVe
buy from nationally renowned makers
who are leaders in the world of fash-
PEERLESS FASHION CO.
51 Patton Ave.
Entire System Will Be
Working Order by Satur
Special to The Gazette-News.
Hutberfordloii. March X. Mrs. IV
Parks Ituckcr of Charlotte, wife of
the chief engineer who has had charge
of the installation of an electric light
plant for ltutherl'oriltoii, accompanied
her husband to the power house of the
plant, which if? about 12 miles north
west of the town, and turned the
switch that is to convey power for
the lighting of the streets, business
houses and residences of ltutherford
ton. Owing to the Inclemency of the
Eat a Thing!
You'll Never Say So Again After Yon
Iteail This, anil Act on II. Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tabids Are the
weather the work'has been somewhat
lelaved, and the entile system is liol
I complete, but jdmit: Tuesday night
few places of business and a iiuni
r of Hie private homes have en-
ioyiMl the luxury nt electric lights.
he manager assures the citizens lh.it
Hie entire system will be completed
it hi n a few days, and that not later
than Saturday night Mrs. A. C. Honk,
Ifo of the mayor of Uutberlorillon.
o whom the honor is ju bu given, may
have the pleasure of pressing the but
ton at the substation' that will send
the electric current to the numerous
arc-lights on the streets of the
Ix-wis M. Swink of Winston-Salem
is in town on legal business Tues
The students of Westminster school
presented "Joslnh's Courtship" at the
opera house recently. The play was
full of spice and humor and was ap
preciated by tlie large audience which
The Boosters club of Rutherfordton
Is busy and there will be something
Interesting to tell the people ut an
arly date. .
Trjal Package Stmt Fm lo Prove It
Thousands of people who hadn't
really enjoyed a meal for years have
given their stomach a new lease of
life through the little wonder-work
ers, Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. They
promptly put an end to flatulency
PRQF.D. B. SGHOENFELt ,
WILL TERGH FEHCIH6
Class of 10 to Be Instructed in
20 Lessons at the
Y. M. C A. -
Prof. O. I). Hchoenfelt' of Sulphur
Springs is organising a tenting c1km
to be taught ut the Y. M. G. A. Prof.
Schoenfeld Is well qualified to teach a
class in fencing, having been physical
director of thw New Orleans Athletic
club and having studied fencing in
Paris for some time under some, of
the lending fencing masters of France,
- Several requests hava been made to
him of late to organise this class, and
his purpose Is to form a class of ten
members and to give them twenty les
sons. . .
This news will doubtless be received
with Interest by the people In Ashe
vllle who may have contemplated
taking' fencing lessons. The opportu
nlty of being able to study under one
who has had so much experience In
this, art will no ! t v ' " 1
Here It's Noon, and tills Man Ilutoa lu
Think of Lunch. If he'd only Take
StiiurlVIyM-wlu Tablets lie Would
Always Ik Happy at Mealtime.
heartburn, , dizziness, sick hcaduch
dyspepsia,' burning sensation, brush
erinentation and the other ills at
tclulant upon a disordered stomach.
HI uurl's lyvcpht Tablets are oni
pOseil nf pepsin, and other natural elc
menls (hat help out the gastric juices
f the stomnch. They are Nature'
digest ices, the same kind the stomal:
uses when It Is In good health.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do not
merely aid digestion they actually
digest the food, themselves. All the
hard work Is thus taken off the atom
ath and It gets a chance to rest and
recuperate. - Tho undigested food
which formerly produced nauseating
gases In ths .stomach becomes thor
oughly digested and as u result pro
vldes new brain and brawn and nerve
cells to replace natural waste alway
going on, . ,
Stuart's Jjyspepsla Tablets act
mitckly, safety and naturally, just like
Mature herself. They are an cssen
tlal part of the stock of every drug
store and are sold at 50c. a box. Tou
can geta trial package of them free
by writing to F. A. Htiisrt Co., 150
-'"art- Pullrtinr, Mnri .'i. ..
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
Mtnlart Improved Front Laco Corsets are liping tlpiiionstiaU'tl tliis week ly Mrs. M. (Jleason, Expert Corsetiere,
whose sen'iees we have seemed to give Aslieville woman an opportunity to get valuable advice l'ree, for a few days.
Come in anirHiavc a trial fitting.: You'll be surprised at Mrs. '(Jlensons abilitv to improve vour .figure with a MODART"
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BUGKNER DAMAGE CASE
IS TO BT OPENED AGAIN
Supreme Court Will Hear New
Argument Plaintiff Asks
"SUIT, CLUB" IS ILLEGAL
Imls Tipinsky bowled the highest ;
three game score cer niaile on the '
aneys, inu totals inane by
Fine of $5 and Co-ts Imposed
Lottery Feature to Be
AT LIBRARY . ENTRANCE
Yesterday two large handsome
bronze tablets were placed one on
either side of the entrance to the Pack
Memorial Library building. They
are over one foot wide and over two
feet high. On them Is the following:
"Puck Memorial Ulirary,. 1879-18H8."
The dates have reference to the year
the library association wbb organized
and the year It moved Into Its home.
During the past few months the li
brary building, which was given to the
association by the late George W,
Pack, has undergone extensive Im
provements and It is now one of the
most attractive buildings in the city.
The Walls have been . relinlshed and
along the north side In large bronze
letters Is: "George Willis Pack Me
A. day or two ago a high steel flag
pole was erected on the turret by S.
I. Bean & Co.
According to iiilormalioii received
here last night 'the Supreme court of
North Carolina will reopen ttie cuse
of Charles liuckner vs. South and
Western railroad and the Carolina
company for the purpose of bearing
new argument. The plaintiff Is ask
ing for damages of $30,000 lor alleged
cruel and inhuman treutment ut the
bunds .of the employes of the defen
dants ut Marlon, where he had gone
to work In the grading of a raliroad
bed. The case came up several months
ago and was non-suited by Judge
Lane. The Supreme court granted u
new trial. At the rehearing If the
judgment of the lower court is af
firmed, the case will be thrown out.
while If a new trial is granted, It
virtually stands where It did before
the new hearing was grunted.
The plaintiff alleged at the. trial
thut after he hud reached the con
structton camps, he fotuid that con
dltlons were not as represented and
attempted to leave, when he was Im
prisoned, beaten and otherwise il
treated by the employes of the de
Tea (iiimes Are to e' I'luyod
-. Hciimoii by the ls of tlw-
N ' Y. M. V. .V
The V. M. C. A. will have ten In
door baseball teams this season. The
class H Bml C captains have Im'cii
chosen ami will meet Saturday morn
ing In the physical directors' office at
11 o'clock to chuose their men. The
class Jt captains are W. Urowh, I).
Hunt, ft, Donnahoe and '. Murray
Cluss U captains are B. Smith, W,
Kourne, fe.. Davie and A. Itembert.
Each captain Is conlldent of winning
the pennant and some good games are
looked forward to.
The employed 1m,J'S cluss km twi
teums in the field, one" eapulneil by
W. Urown and one by A. Wood. The
first gume was played Wednesday and
was won by, Urown. These boys' are
expected to put up some good games
before the season closes. 'Tlvi Second
gains will be- played tonight. The
first , game of class C will-be played
Tuesday, March 12, a1-' the first das
P me' oft Satu'fda7'M.ifch''l'.v,"!
Milady's Toilet Table
Ity Mine. ll'.MHc
inn simplest uius io beauty are
often most effective. 1 know of no
truer beautltier for the complexion
than a simple lotion made by dlssolv
Ing an original puckuge of mav atone
In a half pint of witch hazel. Gently
rub on face, neck and arms, and you
will be dellghtod with results. It will
not rub off like powder, but makes
the ikln smooth, soft and satlnllke. It
restores and preserves youthful love
liness of the skin.
' Drying the hulr makes washing tin
bead a trying task. Kry shampooing
leaves the hair rlean, light, Huffy and
beautifully lustrous. Put a eiipinUof
corn meal In a fruit Jar, add the ton
tents of a small original package ol
theroK and shake well together
Sprinkle a little on the head and
brush thoroughly.' . That Is all there
is to it, and this treatment will mnk
the hair grow If anything will
it is impossible for a woman ti
look her best when she Is suffering
from a cold. The best remedy for
cows, catarrh, sore throat, bronchitis
tonsilltls, ; pleurisy, stiff nock, croup
etc., is Mother's Halve. It Is easy h
use and quick to act.
Home women feel iiUm'I'Hleil be
cans of downy growths or wlH hairs.
Theso ran be easily and almost In
stantly removed by the application ol
dohttone paste. Mi enough powoerei
(le la tone with Water to coVer, the hulr
surface; apply and after two or thii-
mlniitPk'Wnr; off, wash the skin ami it"
nairs wlrMw fiwmi-
M. C. A
the live cities are a sfollous: Salis
bury. 2151: Aslieville, 2771; Greens
boro, 2il2H; Lynchburg, i!:ilio; Spencer,
The Individual H- ores made by I lie
local lea mare: .
1 8J 067
i ax r in
I IS- 170
I lolTinan .
Sc ier . ,
Gillitnnd Stlkelentbur was tried in
dice court tills morning for conduct
ing a "suit club," alleged to h.n e
lottery features, and being convicted
was .lined $.1 and tho costs with the
understanding that the lottery features
of the business were, to slop. The pri
vate prosecution was represented by J.
H. Kctor. 'he charge, In effect, wus
that by a drawing some of the mem
bers of the club were enuhlcd to get a
nit for less than Its value. It wus
in evidence that the club was con-
lucted somewhat along the following
HneB: Twenty members paid 12 per
week euch; each week 20 names or
tickets would be shuttled and one
drawn therefrom and the lucky man
would get the suit, and he would drop
ut of the club. The drawing would
oiiiinue for 12 weeks, one member
being eliminated each week, after
vetting his suit; and the lust man paid
$24 for his suit.
The defendant proposed to the
nnrt that he would close up the cur
rent club by lettlngveuch member pay
12 per week until $24 has been paid
by each one and then stop; or If any
of the members did not wish to do this
he would refund the money ulready
Grand totals .11 til S'.Ki 92ii 2771
The tournament wus finished last
evening, Kullxhury making the highest
c;.i . .. ; ul Aslieville winning the inter
slate championship. It, was under
stood when the tournament was start
ed that only Y. M. C. A. teams were
lo enter, but It wus afterwards found
that the Salisbury team was not con
nected with the Y. M. C. A., thereby
eliminating their chances of winning
the championship. Asheville scoring
tho highest number of points of any
association team naturally claims llm
"Can I marry your duusuter?" asked
"Can you support tier?" countered B.
"Lordy," exclaimed A, "mayVe I was
premature! Have you lost your Jobr'
Cleveland Tlaln Dealer.
Salisbury MaliittiiiM the U-ail hi In
terstate Itoullug Ilecoril Kiire ,
Made by Llplnky.
In the interstate bowling tourha-m.-nt
in which five cities are taking
part the Aslieville tcum last night
came out second. . Salisbury still
maintains the hail. K II Is aald j tbst
OF LOCAL INTEREST
Some People We Know, uml We Will
. Prollt by Hearing About Them.
This Is a purely local event,
it took place in Asheville. ,
Not In some faraway place. 4i
You are asked to Investigate It
Asked to believe a cltbscn's word:
To ounllrm a citizen's statement.
Any article that Is endorsed at home
Is more worthy of confidence
Than one aou know nothing about,
Kuilnrseil by unknown people,
itev. W. M. itarnes, 23 Central ave
nue, Asheville, N. C, suys: "All that
I have previously said praising Doan's
Kidney Pills was correct and 1 a"1
glud to confirm my former statement.
My kidneys and bladder caused me
much trouble. The kidney secretions
contained sediment and passed ton
frequently. My back also pained mo
and there was soreness across my kid
neys. Finally I used Doan's Kidney
Pills, getting them at Smith's VruX
store. They stopped the pains s"d
regulated the action of my kldniy."-
Kor sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Koster-Milburn Co.. JJunal".
New York, sole agents for the United
States. - '
Itemember the name Donn's and
take no other. ,'
In buyiiiK ir Mullrts you waul, the kit, don't youY Thou
buy a lied Cross, military felt. &x'--f-Hhirrtl-iffX " """ "M
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