Partly cloudy and colder to
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WASHINGTON, NORTH CARQ^N^, TVfigPAy AfTF.RNflON. NOVF.MBER Off FUN
ST. PAUL MINE
They Are Asking Aid
Workmen Hears Call of the En
tombed (rlincrs in the Mine
. Early Yesterday? Over 100
Men in the Mine Yet.
WORK SEEMS TO BE SLOW
ClierryvJlle. Hid.; Nov. 23. ? An
drew Wllhlte, of Cranville, a driver
for the . Granville Ilia., mine, who,
rvtfth three companions, wayworklnjj
w!th a gang In "the east drift, second
vein of the St. Paul mine, caused
great gii'lUmignt-yefeterdar -when ho
reported having heard calls for' aid
? from men Imprisoned In the mine
"They aro In there, boys," shouted
Wllhlte, as he ran back -from mine. "I
heard two different voices calling."
but could not make out wliat was
?The passage is choked with debris
and'there Is still flro In It., The min
ors are walled against fire damp, and
double shifts are being worked In an
effort to reach the pocket within
few hours. ?, 4 ?"
? r- r "Wllhlte saldrwfcen brought to tfce
-surface that the vb'lces sounded as
?though they were counting. He said
they counted to eleven in a slow, mo*
notonous tone. The mon created tre
That over a hundred are walled,
into pockets along the , weal gallery
of the wrecked mine Is today declar
, ,.r-.ed by experts to be probable. _Flfty
doctors are on constant duty waiting
callB to the pit mouth. vIt is realized
/that every minute lost may costwa
j man his life and feverelsh energies
J are displayed bjf the volunteers.
Jf It is a difficult situation to meet.
Down In the ? level 4r*meca are con
stantly working, to quench fires that
break out with disconcerting fre
quency. Gangs of searchers, with,
full mining equtpment. follow the
hose, clambering over the dead bcid
lea, digging througti_magsea of fnllpn.
debrts,' choking in the fetid atr of
the drift and ^ often falling uncon
scious; to be can-Ted out by their
Richard Newsam, chairman of tho
State board of Slid* EXSTiuTHitk, satd;
"I WR- now convinced that there
are living men ln^ the mine. Every
possible effort is being made to'reach
caught in such circumstances. It
"* was expert knowledge" that saved the
men now restored t6 their ho?e*(
~ "The situation should "be Imprpved
po much today that the rescuers -.can
bring out all the survivors. I don>
uei eve mat me men will dl<5 If tfteF"
are walled In, even though the delay
should .be unavoidably extended. I
personally know men who were en
tombed In 'an English mine fourteen
days, under exactly similar condi-'
The majority of them completely
recovered. Those In the mine here
might possibly live another week or
more, especially If they have enough
water to. moisten their lips.
Twenfy Tiave been braughf^tpl
alive. Seventy bodies of mine vic
tims have been brought to the sur-j
face by searching parties. They were
placed in the temporary morgue and
throngs of persons attempted to
.identify thorn. Sixty-two were iden
tified. Thirty-five bodies were burled
In the cemetery behind* the Roman
were blessed with simple ceremony.
The scenes of grief and sorrow were 1
DEATH OK AN INFANT.
Death entered the home of Mr. and
Mra> John R. Wise, West Third street,
this morning at !? o'clock and hissed
? the dowfi of Norma, their'IS
mon?i?-uld hiBfl.. For me past two
months the little life has bee'q, afflict
ed with bronchlti? * She fought ?alt
1 mtly for nftt (i?d knew best and
took the frail, tfnem nt to dwell wKh
Him among the stTira. Norma was
the sunshine and Joy of the home.
May the One 11 ?? wounded suc
cor and comfort th^Tatrlcken parents.
The funeral will tx* conducted from
JZ. the residence tomo.' row afternoon *t
3:30 o'clodt by !!? H. B. Searlght,
C pastor of the. First Presbyterian
ciurch. TBtT)0Trn mn be it oak
dale cemetery. P*ac< to her ashes.
NO MORPTIkv THTTIUiDAY.
Mrs. Stetson Has Resigned But
New York, Nov. 22. ? Mrs. Augusta I
t. Stet9oji._who has been living In i
seclusion since her excommunication
recently by the Mother Church of the
Christian ^Scientists in. Boston, an
nounced today that she "has resigned
from the membership of the First
Church of Christ, scientist, New
York, of which she was formerly first
In announcing her resign&tloh to
day after referring to the action of
the Mother Church, Mrs. Stetson
"As this ras$?_placo the members
of your board 7n an embarrassing po
sition 1 have decided to resign from
membership of the J-'irst Church of
Christ, Scientist, New-York -city, and
I now request that my name be drop
ped from the membership roll. 1
Khali continue to matte R may sole"
nffort In ohejL in principle and to iol^.
low our beloved leader. Mary Baker
Miss Blount Entertains
Miss Muse Blount gnvv a fate sujr
per after the dance last night in' hon
or of Miss Sallie Myers' guest. Miss
'Mary Grimes Cowper, of Raleigh.
The dining room was an exquisite
pink bower, and the hostess wore a
lovely toilette of pink crepe. Pink
chrysanthemums, pink shaded and
pink frilled candles shed a soft, shell
like glow over the table, which was
,a pretty sight with its cut gla3s and
silver, wJUv the place cards and pink
chrysanthemums favors filled with
bon bons at each plate. Covers for
"IT were laid out. and an elegant flVe
course supper was served. A toast
was drunk to the health of the next
bride-to-be. Miss Annie I<aughing
house, and the pink .favors were
popped amid much fun and laughter.
_Those who enjoyed Miss Blount's
charming hospitality were: Misses
Mary Grimes Cowper, of Raleigh;
Clara Hampton, of Plymouth: Mary
CTTJf TfT*yH. !!e?? TTilrefoiCoT We
nonda, Va. ; Patty Baugham. Annie
i^augblnghouse, and Messrs. Herbert
Bonner. Caleb Bell, Bryan, Frank
Bryan, Willie Knight, Mtrtcolm-Wor
thington. Will Ellison, Mr. and Mrs..
E. A. Ltaniei, Mt?. John G. -Blo<lfft
and Dr. Dls&osway.
The Engagement Ring is a pretty
lpv% story of a beautiful country girl :
and the village parson, and how the!
city chaps tried to win her.- This is]
one *of the pictures shown at the
Gaiety tonight. A Game of Ches/ is a j
comedy full ot laughter and xnefrl
uiviii. Ait amuuul
trTck scene. This picture is certainly 1
destined to pltMB anil amuio all who ?
witness the Gaiety program this even
ing. night tho attraction wag
much i omplimontefi. a.nd tonight It i
bids fair to be moro go. ^fce Gaiety
?ro?" nupularttr all tlia whll?-.
There was a good crowd present last
evening and the-ehtire performance
had nothing but praise from those
witnessing It. Be sure to see the pro
gram tonighujor it will be one of the
best yet presented by tho manage
ment. Good mu si trail the time. -
OFFERS A REWARD.
The Hotel Louise offers a reward
of $10 fbr the return of one small
leather sample case which was tagged
C. M? A. and the name of R. E. Steph
enson. Mr. Springs thinks the case
was Jfcft fn some store* through mis
take and ho-ia-very anxious to secure
it. It has been missing about a
_ W. E. Jones Is out of town on
a several days business trip.
Mr. J. D- Ward, of Old Ford, was a
visitor in the News offlce. today. Mr.
Ward relates that he has a pear tree
on his place which matured a small
second crop of fruit this fall.
Miss Mary Cherry, a correspon
dent for the bally News, was a Nor
folk visitor last week and attended
the Taft day celebration and visited
other, placet of Interest
Mr. Qeo. Fuller, of New' Bern, ar
rived In the cT&Jodny. *r
Mrs. C. O. Morris and child and
Neta O'Brien left this afternoon for
<3r1roesl?nd,to spend Thanksgiving.
SERIOUSLY ILL. *.
.. _ . . '* .
? Ntws hes been received In this
city announcing the critical Illness of
Rev. 8. 8. Barber, of Swan Quarter.
mr. nawrwww ywn or *?w.
His. illness It due to a congestive
chill. He Is one of the most beloved
men In f?orth Carolina and hit many
]hlm a speedy recovery To health.
I BOTH SIDES
OF THE STRIKE
- ? ?
Some Claim the Strike at Spen
cer of the Machinists is Not a
Serious Matter and-Will Be of
Short Duration.-, _ K r
FOREMAN CAUSES TROUBLE
Spencer, Nov. 21. ? Alf^oa^h eomo
of- the Interested parties claim that
the strike of the machinists in the
Southern Railway shops here Is not
to be considered a serious matter and
will l)u h strike ut~ short durutluu, it
is evident when the statements 1 of
both sides in the controversy g-re-tak
en into consideration, .ttitft the mat
ter wilL not be settled jtftTsfactorlly
to all panics concerned within a few
days Or* even a few weeks. Accord'
ins to the statement of the officials of
the company there can be but one
"way of settling tne difficulty and Uia.T
l3*by taking the matter through a se
ries of officers for the consideration
of each, that muBt of necessity re
quire some time. Meanwhile, both
sides have taken. , a Arm . staiftt 'and
crore Tftaii 150 machinists are "on a
strike pending some arrangement
whereby - the matter may be ad
. The direct cause of the walk out
of yestordav is the charge made by
the machinists and other Employes In
the shops of the allcgetL brutal and
unreasonable treatmeiKaccorded the
employes at the hands of Round
?House Foreman W. F. Norman. A
Berles of complaints dating back for
months are the claims that the strik
ing employes base the present strike
Immediately following the walk
out yesterday, the Headquarters of
district organiJiatl^j^jJ^he JJiJSEfMti
tional Association -of Machinists was
j communicated with and as a result,
District Presldont A. McGUlivray of
the Machinists* Association arrived
thh'-TOornlug to confer with ; the local"
oflion ofDcials. ^The shop eoir.mittee
roT'tlre local union was lu "conference
with Mr. Ollllvray the .greater part
of the afternoon but at a late hour
nothing had been accomplished look
ing toward an early adjustment of
Mr. J. Halnen. superintendent of
motive power of tliu eastern dtstrtet
of the Southern also arrived here this
morning on train 37 from Washing
ton, but the local rllway officials
with the present trouble.
- ?The- machinists ehrim- that-follow
j ing the complaint made to the master
1 meohanie of the distreat meat-en the
| part ot the foreman 4n question ihat
notice was served by the shop com
Tnlftpt. nf rxc im-Mif thai ftnlpsa rnttcf
was posted in the shops assuring
thW that the foreman would be re
moved, they (the machinists) .-wotl'ld
walk out. This notice was . naVeem
plied with and yesterday afternoon
at 2 o'clock the machinists left their
wonr and trsiv.ea out. ? no disorder
whatever followed the action and
there has been no trouble in connec
tion with tho .matter nor has any
thing happened that would indicate
disorder in any form.
TION L 0. 0. F,
To Meet Here Next Thursday
Afternootr Aml Night.
The convention for the second dis
trict of Odd Fellown in North Caro
lina, will meet with Phalanx Lodge,
this city, next Thursday. There will
be/ two Besslons, one in the afternoon
and one at night. After the nfght
session the local lodge will give a
'banquet to the ? visitors. Several
speakers of hote are exnected to at
I ? Phalanx Lodge 4s looking forward
to this occasion with great Interest.
FORMER PASTOR'S APPOINT
At the recent session of the West
:ern North -Carolina Conference' held
in Hickofy, and presided over by
Bishop Jamev Atkins, D. D., Rev. W.
| R. War* lit one time pastor of the
returned as presiding elder of Qreena
boro district. .Rev. A. W. Plyler, has
been made assistant pastor of Trinity
fof the conference
I Another Pleasant Dane? at The
Elk's Hall Last Evening.
Another pleasant dance* ^ras given
by the Halcyon Club last evening at
the* Elk's hall. The mosio. was fur
nished by the .Washington Concert
Band: The g?rman was led by Mr.
Frank Bryan with Mfcs Puttie
Baugham. The following were those
present: _ J
Miss Pattle Baugham. jl H. Bry
an; Miss l>owey,~X3oldsbOfp, F. H.
Worthy; Mis* McCullerej Clifford
Blakeley; Mica Mary PoWtil. Dr_.A?
C.- Hoyt; . Miss Jalia Xftpre. Mr.
Wolf; Mis*- Wright, Mr. pick Neal;
Miss Lizzie Hill," Mr. DavWr Carter;
Miss Isabel Carter, lAn&MW Waron ;
Miss Katie Moore, Frank Sdbtt ; Miss
Jones, J. D. Callais; Misft'Winifrcd
Nicholson. John Mac Lean; -feist; Mary
C. Hassell, Dr. Dissosway; ifciss Clara
Hampton, William 'KuBt; Miss
"TTSXtle Laughlnghouse, Itt. Betts;
Mis* Muse Blount. WlllllJ Ellisons
Miss . Rogers, Charlie Miss
Dockerjv Harry McMullen'; Bliss Car
rie Simmons, Mr." Bell;^l4^ Everett,
Janxti.T Elliaon ; _Mlsa MarjL Cowper,
I'.aleigh, Herbert Bonner; yflss Tillle
Norton. "W. O. Lamb;, M? Glover,
aliftifyille, Lee Davenportr|IlR8 Hat
(i^Jones,- Mr. Warren; Mm Pllson,
2ii L. Simmons; Miss AnSft Laugh-*
ingfcouse, Mr Wcftthlnfieo; Miss
Annie P. Nicholson, J. A- Streer;
.vTlsV^ Harstgn, ?Mr. Brfen; Miss
Maud Wlndlev, J. e. Clarfc/ Jr.; Mrs.
John O. Bragaw, John O. -,l$ragaw.
-Stags ? Messrs. Etheridg^Harring
ton, Thoa. G. Lane. PhtllikNL Outlaw,
Chas. Lamb, C. Bell, , Henry |
Moore. - . _ . ? " '."TP
Chaperones ? Mr. and I Ira. C- H.
Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. a. A. Dan-|
lei. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Ctrter. Mr.
and Mrs. B. C. Bragw, Mftr John G.
Blount, Mrs. Herbert ITjNli er, Mr.)
and Mrs. Leary.
FORTY MILLIONS IX STAMPS OK
THE RED OB
do Sam struggle
year, there will be forty million Red
Cross stamps-circulating on the maH
matter carrying the practical mes
four corners of the earth. ? 1
? 1/ in expected the*- forty ? rttrtlion
Red Cross stamps will be sold for the
benefit of the Red Cross tuberculosis
camps exclusively this year.
The City Clerk
* ~ Makes Statement
Editor Dally News: j
D e a r^STrT^T* <J eS I r e'TO ~aya ice "a maf^n
ment through your columns with ref
erence to the comparison of sales of]
stroet improvement bonds.
The city minute docket, page 4 2.
under date of February 1, 1904,
&hows $25,000 thirty-year 5_per cent
Improvement bonds were sold to F.
M. Stafford, of Chattanooga, at a pre
mium of $600, and that $25,()J)^*Jair
ty-year 5 por cent school bonds wter<
sold to same party at a premium of
$750. I make this statement because
several hRve,lnformed jne that there,
was a mistake in the article of yes
Yours truly, v
W. B. WlNDLEY,
City Clerk. !
CARD OF THAXK8.
I take this method of expressing I
my lhanks and deep appreciation to |
my friends in Washington and vicin
ity, also to my nettfhbor, J. T.l
Hodges for comiAg to my assistance
during the Are wtrtctrt^reatened de
struction to my home, not omitting
the telephone operators, who were
?o helpfnl by giving good service.
To air I shall ever feel 'grateful.
Very truly, *- ,
R. R. WARREN.
PLUNGE* OFF BRIDGE.
Cuthbert, Oa., Nov. 22. ? Two per
sons were killed and three-others mi
raculously escaped Instant death near
here last night, when ? big touring
car containing a wed ding1*- party,
plunged off the bridge over the Cen
tral ot Georgia railroad to the tracks
40 feet below. Curtlss Williams, the
chauffeur, was Instantly killed, while
Horace Sheppard, the prospective
bridegroom, died of his Injuries this
morning. ? _
Miss Helen Mattox, of Coleman, the
bride-to-be, and James Lumlsy, of
Mattox, a sister of the t>rlde~to-be,
escaped without injury. The flarty
had been to Cuthbert to secure a
Ing to the wouth of the eouple, had
j started for Port Gaines. William*. \t
Constitute Big Five
Washington, Louisiana, Missis
sippi, Arkansas and Wisconsin
the Largest Producing Lumber
^ates in the Union.
LOUISIANA THE LARGEST
Washington, S-A. 28. ? -Washing
ton, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas.
and Wisconsin, in the order named,
constitute the Big: Five in producing
the country's lumber supply whose
valuation for last year runs far above
the half billion dollar mark. Texas,
Michigan, Oregon, Minnesota, and
Pennsylvania cme after this first live
States and others .followed in decreas
ing amounts down to Utah, the low
est on the list, with Nevada nd North
Dalcotitr-having httlctlmebered area,
not rated at all.
While the total valuation of the
lumber,. Itflh, and" shingle production
reached $54 1,545,640, this amount
represents a ..decrease of 23 per cent
und4r the previous year's output^ The
uumberof mills reporting was 3^,231
and these manufactured 33,224,369,
000 board feet of nrmber. valued at
$510,575,822 and 2.986,684,000 lath
valued at $6,791,328, while the shin
gle makers turned^ out 12.106,483,
000 shingles valued at $24,178,490.
The average v^lue of timber at the
point_?f manufacture was $15.37 a
thousand feet. $2.27 a thousand for
latn and $2.00 a thousand for sliln- 1
Yellow pine of the South which has
been far -in the lead in the lumber!
production for more than a decade,
more than maintained its supremacy
last year, contributing slightly more
than 33 per cent of the total <rut from
^lljcindu. Douglas fir of the North
west ranked &econH7 and white' pTncT
_thlrd. Practically all kinds showed
a marked decreased cut. and for the
first three kinds of timber there was
a -falling nff 15. 22 and 20 per ceoT
respectively. Oal; a?^ hemlock main
tained their relati^Tranks but show
ed decreases of 25 per cent each In
amount prod u red. ami spruce drop
ped 19 per cen^
Louisiana was the heaviest pro
ducer of yellow pine lumber, supply
ing nearly one-fifth of the total pro
duction. Texas. Mississippi, Arkan
sas. and Alabama followed in the or
der named. The State of Washing
ton. alone, supplied more than threo
?ftf'V r' I
bulk of the remainder' came from
Oregon. '3rrnneTo^a produced about a
third of the white pine, followed by
Wisconsin with about 15 pTr cent and
New- Hampshire wltlrTtXuer cent. An
interesting feature of the report is
mm two Lngiana stuiw. Mainw
and Massachusetts, produced more
white pine than Michigan, which for
ns^ny^y^ars led the country in produc
ingthln valuable Umber.
Oak lumber manufacture now cen
ters in Kentucky. West Virginia and
Tennes?eft. Wisconsin comes first in
the production of hemlock, taking
the position held cy Pennsylvania for
so many ears. Altogether the libber
report bulletin, which iB free, by the
way. contains 57 -paneymnd gives de
.tatfyrT^ figures upon, the quality and
value o* 45 kinds of lumber manu
factured In the United States last
year. The work on it was^ conducted
under ttyk^upervlslon of a coram'ttoo
of four, cortlfisting of W. M. Steuart,
chief statistician for manufactures,
and J. E. Whelchel, expert chief of di
vision. representing thp Bureau of
the Census. and,R. 8. -Kellogg, assist
ant forester, and A. H. Plerson, forest
assistant, representing, the United
States Forest Service.
"The thing a person likes about
slander against another Is how he
wouldn't likt It If It was against
T rue and Ce?: Humanity.
In our pride are apt to think
that to humble ourselves is. to be
forced to an unwilling surrender, a
hard, necessity cf vibmimton. But
with our gracious Father, to humble
is not to humiliate. The true and best
humanity is that which love wins from
as as the sunshine and soft berath of
spring woo the flowers from the
hedgerow*. Of old, when Qod would
humble Israel, He fed them with an
gel's food. or. as It Is rendered In the
Jharcin. "Every one did eat the bread
of the mighty."? PSann 78:rt.? saara
Mis Strength Enough.
' mat h* aa It
I thorn, ?ut luUM, * growing Innlght
Public School Children
1o Observe Thanksgiv
ing Day tomoriow
Remember the Thanksgiving exer
cises tomorrow at the school audi
torium by the pupil:). The exercises
will begin promptly at 11:45 when'
the entire school headed by the little I
tots will march down Second street
and up Main street to Bridge and
'thence back to th.e aclxool building
where --the exerpfBea are to begin.
The orator o? the day will be Hon. j
Eastern Corolina League Gives
Raleigh Time ttrThiok, I
. Raleigh, N. C? Nov. 22 The East
ern Carolina League met here ttrtlay.
The guaranf*? .was fixed at J f, . the
ftlln suaraatee-aLtis. Durham ap
plied tot membership. Raleigh favor
ing that cltv. This tfouM have re
sulted probably In Rocky Mount be
Ing displaced, but a motion to keep
the league Intact prevailed,- and .Ral
eigh was given until November 30 to
deride whether it would remain in
the legaub. On that date another
uniting will be held In Roc::;.- Mount,
How to Mend Garden Hose.
As the garden hose gets a little old,
and begins to swell, it Boon gets ont
of commission altogether if not at
A simple way to mend It is to wrap
the hose with ordinary twine, which
will mako it last a few more seasons.
As It la no eaay matter to wind this
cord by hand and get It even and un
der uniform tension, the writer has for
many years used the simple contriv
ance shown in the accompanying 11*
I It cbnslsts of an ordinary tin can
with a lid. Into which la put the ball
of twine. In the center tof the bottom
make a small hole, through which
??ii >hs lenna aatst tii* <ar4i Th?m.
Tet it run down the side of the can
through a tension device and to the
hose. To the cover of the can Is sol
d e red a small piec0_trt tlnr bent to; a
rlngle angle and forming a guide for
the hose. The tension device consists
"uf" a Short piece oT merar, wlth-Iti""
Device for Wrapping Garden Hoie. \
Upper end bent outward, forming a
fulcrum for a short spring-compressed
fever. The latter at its lower end
has a small hole therein through which |
the cord Is passed. A short stove bolt .
serves to regulate tho tension on tha .
lever. It will bo observed that tha
cord IB pressed against tho can by i
tho lever. The whoje device is now
soldered to the tin can.
In use, the can ia turned around I
the hose, and with the tension proper- !
J 7. ? adjusted; tIT5 fWTffe will wind
around- the hoso t'ery closely, and It j
will feed the can forward automatl
cally. ' It will make the hose slightly
smaller, and thus close all the small
punctures, through which the water
percoatea, between the several lay-'
ers of the canvaih By giving the cord
a coat or two of some waterproofing,
it will be found that the hoao-wlll last
as long again; besides It will stand
a great deal moro pressure than be
fore.? Scientific "American.
Cover the plants while aweeplng
to prefect them from the duat
All bulbs coming in flower should
have a great deal of water.
Bring your hyacinths from the CCl7"
lar when you wlah them to bloom.
Do not water house plants too often,
once or twice a week Is enough for
More plants are ruined by too much
water and tob poor .lif-it than in any
Cultivate as mar;. . ints as you
have room for ami yov will dlscov- j
er to your gratification ? .at room will
grow with the floral hob'-U
The use of commci ,.tl plant food
on plants In the bou?<: --/ill be found
much more desirable tir.n stable ma
nure; ltN Is clean to Jinn;llo. is eaaiiy
applied and usually more satlafactory.'
Sickly plants are rrr-" ortB bother
Jag wUh. X^rof/ the it. out and start
The Rochester m, ?.j City Federa
tion of Women's Club? Is working in
aid ot Ihe aatt-tuberculo >s mosement,
for the closing of Mares at six ?'clock
tk: ?-? ? -?.> U
uh th? 8t*U IliMtnil Km n * i
?tat* prtaon. It ta sail at tkl* eon
ratio* that mi and w tw Koporlf
f?tna? ar? txtur than mil tk? <Ui?
tMtaats. kit dWialMtatt nknx^
* rr ?' ' - - -
[Siphon C. Bragaw. Several of the
(school children will recite, slug, etc.
[Each pupil of the 'school Is requested
jtO br.Thg a bundle as a Thanksgiving
oKgrlng. These articles will be dis
tributed to the poor of the city
I through a committee headed by Mrs.
j The public j^e cordially Invited to
I be present.
RECEPTION TO BRIDAL PARTY.
A reception will be tendered the
Worthlngton - Laughinghouse bridal
party thiy evening from 9 to 12 at the
residence. of the brlde^elect's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt L. Laughing
house, West Second street. The wed
ding takes place tomorrow afternoon
at 2": CO o'clock. St. Peter's Episcopal
You will want to come to the Gem
tonight more than 'ever when you see
TKe "prog ram That will be given. The
Magnificent drama. The Aassassina
tion of the Dude do Guise Is some
thing fine. The pictures are hand
colored and the acting, scenery and
costumes are of the very best. Then
\he Gold Presnoctors is another beau- -
ty. It. too," Is a hand-colored Bio
graph. and cannot fail to please,
while the pictures of The Clever Re
TOrTer will make y ou howl with
laughter. You can't get ahead of
newspaper reporters, and this one has
them all beat. There will be two
more comedies and coupons will bo
given the boys and girl for the Huy
ler's candy tomorrow night, also cou
pons to adult patrons for the beauti
ful silver toilet set from Smlther'a, to
be drawn for Friday night. Miss Na
omi Mayo was the lucky young win
ner of the candy last night. .
Washington,. D. C-, Nov. 22. ? Ob
server -Washington, N. C?: -Storm
i'v Trrrwinoir; *??
port News, Fort Monroes Weems,
Reedsville, Baltimore,. Hrealt-water,
Heed Island, --Port Morris, Ca^j^May,
Atlantic City. Philadelphia, ? Sa'hdy
Hook^Neu V oili. liH'ieR'yrhg soufher
ly winds, with shift Tuesday to w4st
and norrhwest. ? - MOORS.
LIME COMPANY INCORPORATED.
The Southern Lime Company, of
this city, has filed letters of incorpo
ration with the Secretary of State.
The authorized capital is 8125,000,
but the company will begin business
with at paid-in capital of $1,500. The
incorporators nre R. R. Warren, J.
W. Dailey and A. W. Styron, all of?
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining uncalled for In post
Qentlemon ? Hrown Supply Co.?
Androrr Brlekhouse. O. C. Black, W. .
M. Bennett, Fred Credtert'se. Dixon,
Isaac Fass. M. S. N. Falsam Hard
ware Co.. Bryan Hath way. J. B.
Johnson, Stewart King. J. M. Keetly,
Arther Lee. D. L. Little, Thomas Mll
H. W. Mayo. Elix. Moore, Tsaac G.
Minn Co., .1. K. Rodgerson, Jno. H.
Saunders, S. P. Williams.
Ladies ? Mrs. LUlle B. Armstrong,
Virginia M- Cherry, Harriett Dawson.
Miss Nell'.e B. DenNlder, Mrs.^hnnle
Elerson, Mrs. Cora Jarmon, Mrs.
Fannie Styron. Mrs. Segler. Mrs.
Mary Thomas, Mrs. Janeaner Willis,
'Miss Florence Whitfield.
These letters will be sent to the
dead letter office December .A.
If not delivered before. In calling
for above, please say : : advertised."
giving dato of IIsF
The devil can^get so many people
to do his work for him. he hardly has
to lift a hand himself.
^ New Advertisements ' *
? in Today's News ?
? Southern Furniture Company ? ?
? Thanksgiving. ?
? J- K. Hoy* ? Toy land Opening,. 4T ? ?
? Jas; E. Clark Co .^TlrsirttliKTVing ?
? Sale. -? ? r
? E. R. Mllxon Co. ? New Arrivals. ?
? Wm. Bragaw & Co. ? Insurance. ? ?
? Rubright Liniment. ?
? Jefferson Furniture Co. ? Pic- ?
? tures. f ? .<$<'
? N. Y. Basaa^r? -Special Sale. ?
? J. H. Harris plumbing ft Supply ?
W Cb^Wir^iWa it 7 ' ?
V rmn r, .miner ? - i uaa&agiTing ? "
? WUta keys.
? Gaiety Theater. ?
? Gem Theater. ?
!? OMrthMEBF.y- ;? i?
? Vtck's JUaMtaa. ? ?
I* W? Kida?r puta. ?
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