RALEIGH, N. C- THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 19IO.
Cotton-seed flour may be very good
for the other fellow.
Chatham County has worked the
rabbit's foot on the high cost of liv
A Virginia woman Is seeking a di
vorce because her husband snores.
That is carrying woman' rights too
Judging from reports of his speech
es, ex-Governor Glenn has seen some
awful sights for a Sunday-school
Will the Democrats point with
pride to the number of criminals that
have been permitted to escape from
TAFT HAS MAXY INVITATIONS.
if Mayor Gaynor keeps up the lick
in Now York. Tammany will have to
erect an orphanage to care for Its
If they don't mind they will string
on bo many amendments to the pos
tal savings bank bill that they will
choke the thing to death.
The sheriff of Iredell Monday ar
rested a man "on suspicion" for rob
bing a drug-store. Party arrested
must have been drunk.
Strawberries are selling in Greens
boro at fifty cents a quart. It is a
wonder eome one hasn't charged up
the high price to the tariff.
You can hardly blame the prison
ers from trying to escape from the
penitentiary after seeing a defense
less fellow-prisoner beaten to death.
John Temple Graves says only
Roosevelt can save the Republican
party. Well, who can save the Demo
cratic party; or. Is It beyond redemption?
If you stop gambling in futures
won't that prohibit them from
prophesying Democratic success, or
Is such prophecy considered only as
Will Address the National League
of Republican Club on April U
Invitations Extended by a Jjarge
Committee on Which Were John
Hays Hammond, ex-Senator Ma
rion Butler, and Hon. John G.
President Taft will be the prin
cipal speaker at the banquet of the
League of Republican State Clubs,
to be held In Washington on April
9th. A delegation consisting of
John Hays Hammond, Edgar C. Sny
der, Gus A. Schuldt, William E. An
drews, John G. Capers, George L.
Whitford, Marion Butler, William
L. Symons, Philip Buettner, and
John Berg, called on the President
yesterday and delivered the Invita
tion. The banquet Is the sixth an-!
nual affair to be held by the league.
Nearly every one of the long line
of visitors which President Taft re
ceived yesterday carried an invita
tion in his hand for the President to
go somewhere, and speak at a ban
quet. Representative Dalzell invit
ed the President to attend the ban
quet of the Pittsburg Americus Club
on April 27th.
D. Call, chairman of the New
England Arbitration and Peace Con
ference, asked the President to at
tend Us meeting at Hartford, Conn.,
on May 8th.
Many of the middle Western Con
gressmen asked the President to
amend the itinerary of his Chicago
trip which begins on March 15th, so
as to make stops at various places.
The President yesterday afternoon
agreed to attend a big International
gathering of the four brotherhoods
of railroad employes, at Worcester,
Mass., April 2nd to 4th. The Presi
dent probably will go to Worcester
AFTER BEEF TRUST
Six Companies and Twenty-
One Packers Are Named
in Bill of Indictment
ACTION FEDERAL COURT
ROOBEVELT AND PARTY
The ex-President Will Meet Mrs.
Roosevelt at Naples Would Not
Gondokoro, Soudan, Feb. 28. Col.
Roosevelt and Kermlt, together with
the members of their shooting party,
who arrived here on the Belgian
Conspiracy in Limiting the Supply
of Meat and Poultry la Charged
by New Jersey Grand Jury The
Inquiry by the Grand Jury Began
More Than a Month Ago by Inves
tigating the Cold Storage Plants
of the Company Prominent Mea
to Stand Trial Grand Jnry Re
New York, Feb. 25. The beef
trust of the United States, embracing
six great packing companies and
twenty-one packers, several of them
multi-millionaires, socially and in
dustrially prominent, were Indicted
by a grand jury in Hudson County,
N. J., to-day, charged with conspir
acy in limiting the supply of meat
The indictment is drawn, under
the law of New Jersey which pro
vides upon conviction a maximum
penalty of 3 years in the peniten
tiary or a $1,000 fine or both.
The offense Is extraditable, which
means that practically all the meat
barons of this country must either
successfully resist extradition or
come to Jersey City for trial.
Pierre Garven, the public prose
cutor of Hudson County, announced;
to-night that he would forthwith no-i
tlfy the defendants of their Indict
ment and would be ready to force
extradition in each and every case
where the individual concerned la
not willing to face trial voluntarily.
None, he says, wll be spared
defendants as named are as follows:
BRIEF KEWS ITEMS.
There It an epidemic of cog chol
era la Mecklenburg County.
A vote on the Postal Savin Bank
bill will be taken la the Senate to
The bank or Coaeto, of Coneto.
Edgecombe County, was chartered
Another eaae of mall-pox was dis
covered in Rocky Mount yesterday
Henery . Holland is on trial at
Snow Hill this week on the charge
of eloping with another man's wife.
R. H. Shannon, of Charlotte, met
death Tuesday by falling more than
forty feet from the top of a telegraph
George. Hargrove, colored, has
been pla-J in Jail at Salisbury
charged a.ifc murdering his wife Sat
Mrs. Ternle Lunsford, of Pine
Creek, Macron County, was burned
to death T mreday while burning a
pile of brun.
Achievements Daring the
Krtt Year of President
T&f ft Administration.
MR. MOREHEAD'S BILL
For Reclamation of Southern Swamp
Lands by Drainage- This, If Pa
ed. Will Mean a Great Deal for
the South- Hooae Votes fur Two
New Battleship- ltwml North
Carolina Appointment Two Dele
gations In Washington to Oppose
the Appointment of Hancock a
Postmaster at Xew Bern.
(Special to The Caucasian.)
Washington, D. C. March 1, 1910.
The first year of President Taffs
administration has elapsed and the
moat Important achievements during
this year may be summarized as fol
lows: Tariff has been revised.
Corporation tax law passed.
Sugar trust directors indicted.
Provision made for the Customs
John C. Gorham, a well-known
citizen of rayetteville, died sudden
ly Monday afternoon while on a
visit to a friend at Lake Charles, La.
Corporations: The National Pack
ing Company, Armour & Co., Swift
& Co., Morris & Co., Hammond Pack-
A color man, named Benjamin
Betts, was killed near Hoboken,
Pamlico County, Tuesday afternoon Court
by falllna from a lor train. Beer trust prosecutions have be
Customs frauds unearthed in New
Maximum and minimum tariff
Tobacco trust prosecutions pur-
The contract tor the new Govern- jaued,
ment Building at Henderson. N. C investigation into cost or living
has been awarded and work will be- etarted.
gin within sixty days. The new build- Legal action against Standard Oil
ing will coat $54,450. followed up
Law is passed limiting approprla
The four iaonthe'-old child of Mr. Hans for Porto Rico.
and Mrs. G. W. Parker, of Washlnsr- Tariff board appointed to investi-
ton. N. C was found dead in bed gate cost of production
Tne Sunday morning. It la thought the I In addition to the above, it now
child became strangled In the covers appears that three other reforms
and smothered to death. measures advocated by this adminis
tration have been added to the list,
Two Great Northern trains were namely, a law to strengthen the In
. . .
covered In an avalanche near Wei. terstate commerce act, a provision to
Hngton, Waah.. .yesterday. Sixty per- amend and strengthen the laws cov
boat Boch. spent Sunday in resting Company, G. H. Hammond & Long are .dead. 'injured or missing as ring injunctions, and also a provis
up, tnelr experiences during tne past
days in search for giant elands hav
lng proved rather fatiguing.
The individuals Include J. Ogden
Armour, A. Watson Armour, Louis
An effort was made to secure from F- Swift Edward Morris, Ira N. Mor-
the result of the avalanche. lon ror estaonsning postal savings
banks, will be enacted into law at
The administrator the estate of thl session of Congress.
The WTlnston Journal says the pen-
Colonel Roosevelt a statement on
politics and public affairs generally,
but he emphatically refused to dls-
itentlary Is getting to be an unsafe CU8S matters, as he said, he had com
ris and fourteen others.
Ira N. Morris sent a lawyer to Jer
sey City this week from Chicago to
inform Prosecutor Garven that he
place to send prisoners. And this.
pletely lost touch with the outside had re"red from the directorate of
m s n t a a I
wnrtrl Ma aHripri that ha r. iviuiria 5C U., UUl nevenneiOSS H9
too. under the reign of Democratic qulre an opportunity fully to review was Indicted.
L. V. Dunlap ; has instituted suit in
Anson Count.' CourtTagalnst the Sea
board Air Line Railway for $30,000.
Luniap was Killed last year at a
The February term of Davidson
Recent North Carolina Appoint
The following appointments for
North Carolina have been made for
the past week:
W. E. Logan, Marshal Western
public affiars before expressing any
The Americans will leave here to
morrow for Mongalia, where an en-
Frederick B. Cooper, James E.
Countv Court, which was convened I District,
Mnnrtav hv inn nim. rtiniirnrf Uiaudius uocitery. .Marsnai eastern
Congressman Murphy wants a bill
passed to prohibit printing proceed-
lngs in divorce cases. It would be thusiastlc reception awaits them
still better to enact laws that would
prohibit such divorces.
Mrs. Roosevelt Arrives at Naples
Hartwell, H. B. Darlington and A. A.
Fuller are said to be officers and
Eastern agents of the National Pack
ing Company, while the others nam-
Naples, Feb. 28. Mrs. Theodore ed are eitner directors or officers or
t v i a. r if w-ti4fA a A- X .
on account tr the prevalence of v-v.
small-pox to that county. ney Eastern District.
rostmasters: wauace w. nonius.
Tha sneclal committee in charae Asheville; - Byron J. Luther, Bllt-
of the State Exepriment Farm has more; miss Mary u. j ones, rairview;
Roosevelt and her daughter, Ethel, ?Tr directors or officers of the K establish a dairy at the O. D. Wallace, Carthage; D. Luther
who are on their wav to meet the National Packing Company. Capiases
An exchange says it is impossible former President at Khartoum, ar- for the arrest of all the defendants
to lose ex-Governor Glenn. If he rived here on the steamship Ham- wu De lssuea immediately and tne
run against Mr Morehead for Con- bur&- whIch saIled frm New York Srand wil1 resume its Investl
runs against Mr Morehead for Con- Hambur was nations on Wednesday next. Cooper
gress some one will have to loo M L & day by stormy weather; Is the New Jersey Manager for Swift .-"Va unan mou. Tenort N. Hill. Scotland Neck; Benjamin T
. . . . . . , i a t :n i i t ytt 1 1 -. n m
very nign seas Demg encountered - favorinsr the resolution to amend the I "wu
T a T M 1 A . . "nf tfA
Pender County farm, which Is situat- xouni' L,nro,nwn' MT v-
ed near Wallace, N. C. Twenty-one I oorougn, iuisuurg;
cows will be placed there. Russell, Troy; A. W. Davis. Walnut
uove; AiDert Miner, iaurange; ai-
palr ship, two Sett rollttre aa4 fowr
ubnarlccs. This lacMe la th
eqaSpmctt of the a -jrati
prscuciiy tne same ak nas4
ed by PrtNildetit Taft an
Woald Derlare Menbre of
RprentaUTe lU&ry, of Tia.
introduced a bill la the Hou to
day, nihkh. It passel, wonUI declar
the members cf the beet trnst re
cently Indicted la New Jersey fugi
tives from justice and compel ttlr
extradition to New Jersey to stand
trial for ailfged Ultgal comblnatios
Representative Htary expialaed
that the object ct the bill was to
overcome the plea rt!d by erta!&
members of the trust that ther had
cot done any iruaicets la New Jtnty.
and, therefore, had not violated acy
law In that State, notwithstanding
they were incorporated In the Stt.
Police Failing to Suppreu
MA XV PERSON 1U Rltl) IX SXOW.
TvrnyFonr Pniih In Rrgloa of
Mining Camp la Northern Idaho
lAes at Other Palate.
Spokane. Wash., Feb. 28. Twenty-four
persons are known to-night
to be dead as the result of vnow
slides yesterday and to-day In the
mining region of northern Idaho. To
the nineteen who perished in the
avalanches at Mace and IJurke. Ida
ho, last night and early to-day, are
added three more who died in a sim
ilar disaster yesterday when the
camp of the Carbonate Hill Mining
Company at Mullen. Idaho, was de-
A SERIOUS SITUATION
Ladl. UU I rtw d.u a4 Lr
lh lmtUr Ma, f
KJrta "UU U4hlm U4Ure
rru Ur H4 t.f llUtret aa4
Mkr Hit l..
with hSrh &;t
ho!J-u; c-f . :
. Mtfc& I He-
-; ajtra aa)
f t fir
tlajg, tKu 2k fl cii.-uea with msy
C of J i.rt. Lt, t!tg tj U6ld6li-
Dtd n-Krt-. ttr lou.tn tt CUrMl
are KmA!!. an, , tor pTx,Xm.
It la ta:.nS tn-ds tkl s rtoisr
club UI I- ra!l ij brg,tJt
i i ..... . ...
stroyed and two killed at Dorsey,!1"1 ui&m4 to shot
rBoir. : t hit &d fctil.
Tbe i.L r. fci irarticsllj vsry
cate Uri; u-Acit- to tb th
eituatioL ut,y tf it atiarks of
thU kind rr ia tt fshlubstl
and fcuUt:.;:) r-'.dLt uburb
and tbc cc;n iu thorougbir
arourrd, fti.! ihn mill U l ttuall
araiy of ua.ru n urgr.lil. for
self-jjrot.- Uvu iibout the aid of tbe
uier n.tkir iu&h, tut trusti&g vctirw
iy to iLi-ir ;rufM nul Ut the pr
auaiive rajdty uf tu little Ivory
handled tv:$ huh will be car
ried tv. but rJy for action
at a moiueLt Loik
Charlotte. N C . ilsrch l. Kol
Ion Ilk th lout i.t: cf purv-saauh-
lCfc operatltL It polics to-n!gUt
ha Juki ifit-.fU Lurrjr call froA
Albany, N. Y., Feb. 28. With the Dilworth. Cbsritttss iitudkome resi'
streams tributary to the Hudson I deuce suburb, ttst u unkaowa &ro
River swollen by heavy rains and J crept up ou tL porch vt the rl
melting Enow ana wun me nvnr ris- uenco or ir u u. liinson, on a
ing at the rate of about eight inches ruaia btr-t. kumthei tt front wis
an hour, at 8 o clock to-nignt one or cow and n&tchcd s parse irost a
the worst floods In recent years la Italia jut irnlJ. 021trs bars tesa
predicted hero. has!T.d to the meet, and will tnak
a mrnuoui ?ort to locat the mas
The frequency of tb attempts has
Little Falls, N. Y., Feb. 28. The thoroughly alarmed its toa
village of Herkimer is cowering la
terror to-night, shrouded in darkness
and rain. The electric lignting plant I Toe lrsnton-baitai journal says
ha3 been flooded and all the lights thst Knn-!h uro n. s pecial police
are out; the fires under the boilers man of Salm. natcLi Ilk from the
of the pumping stations have been! baud of a mixta a fsw days sgo sal
quenched and there is only twenty- mads h!a nci
four hours of drinking water In sight
for 8.000 ceoole. All manufacturing
The fight against tlnio and cold at
Mace and at Burke has been waged
bravely and perslsteatly by the little
army of men who hope to find unier
the heaps of ruins some who have es
Many Hundred Ilomelees. .
Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 2S. At
least two dead, many hundred home
less, scores of factories preparing to
close down and property losaes reach
ing into hundreds of thousands of
dollars; these are the main results
of the flood which has devastated
the State of Ohio during the last two
days and which has net yet reached
its full volume.
Cold Weather Only Hopes
Little Falls in Darkness.
rolicrtnaa Rot Lady.
! wlrnr la Greeoebor.
up after the election.
nlanta hura Biicnonn(t inn two
The House Judiciary Committee vIn s- Wlllis- Morehead City;- Eliza gcnooU are cloae(1 , M aBy p,r80n9 flej Monday's Charlotte Observer, .ays:
I W T frill fl . 1 . J Ik 1 m t a A A I n 1 T I I a t I . . . 1 A - - k.
to higher land during the daylight
Hasn't "Democratic good govern-jare wen
ment" allowed matters to get in bad
shape when the ladies In some cities
in North Carolina have to carry pis
tols to protect themselves.
throughout the voyage. All on board
SOLOMON SHEPARD HAS BEEX
The Indictment, which bristles in
its arraignment of the men named!
also refers to "divers others", as be
ing responsible. These latter, how
ever, are not specified. The fore
going names, it will be seen repre
sents the very backbone of the great
I hours and to-night armed guards pa-
"Rwnily :al Grniboro wo-
men nave xxm attscnej srier nifm
Constitution to change the date of The President has announced that lQ boatg thfl ctnaU Ujat laleiy fall by an uaknewn oogro. wboaa
m. VW4UV41 niBm vi viii a. a wue iiiMt vu a
or Asneviiie, juage m me rsnauiB
4th to the last Thursday in April.
- M ntirrv.ai
ffprA street On hiindrid and nrtT I vu' "'c
houses have been vacated. of tar! eommlite4
early lat nit&i. a Mrs. uumer
Opposition to Hancock.
New York Democracy declares that
It favors an honest revision of the
tariff. If that is the way they feel
Was Arrested Near Burlinton Sun- tmh inot n ha r murder of Bell Frizsell. Childers'
aay Alter a nveiy unase iiau containing as it does two Armours," "JT" Z' t -Ti " the city to-day and will go to the
wnen i-wo norses in Alamance. three Swifts and two Morrises, all
Burlington, N. C, Feb. 28. Solo- for the most part residents of Chi-
I ou v i l pacn
er ui cjugmeer iioil ana wno a tew "6u,cs mc n"u-
the job to the Republicans.
As a matter of fact, the "Demo-
weeks ago was sentenced to serve a
together with less important
in the packing world.
Their indictment brings to a cli-
was in progress, but the trial pro
ceeded and the prisoner could not go
to her. bedside.
ROCIUNGHAM FULL OF DRUNKS. Cnerry aoi brutally hassled
I by a atrar se negro sa abe was walk
A delegation of Democrats and Ke- . x. . ing from the Summit
Fluid Followed by Flghta, Etc.
White House to-morrow with Repre
sentatives Morehead and Thomas to
Elijah Childers Is on trial in Jack
son flu Deri or Court this week for the
A ,4. inn.4- in ni.n Ta r n r it . . . v ti . .
imn aifiui car
abort distance tsp
The negro approached Mrs. Chsr-
Rockingham, N. C.. March 1. Sat-rr auddenlv. and telsisg her by the
protest against the appointment or urday was neia aay for tne near- demanded her money and threw
Robert Hancock for postmaster at beer saloon here. As many as thirty-he.r muaMr to tke around. With one
miss ammie Harrison, youngest i maw Bern. The Democrats will ask five drunken men were on our streets hmnii n hr throat, he filled her
thirty-year term in the nenttfintinrv. I max the first concerted effort in theldauat6r oI Mr. "a T. Harrison oflfor the aDDointment of some good! by actual count, and the scramble! mm.,K ith mud and threw her tato
and who escaned from a raiiwav East !to fix responsibility for the I Plymouth, N. C. attempted suicide renresentatlve man .while the Repub- for the stuff and flgtit incidental .v. vrs. Cherry screamei
cratlc good government" officials I construction camD near Laurinbure. I prevailing abnormally high price ofl0""7 nigm ot asi weea Dy jnmp-ijlcan delegation will ask for the ap- thereto, grew to such proportions uhe .... thrown to the groand
ouaht to make money off the Denlten- gave the people of Alamance jl lively commodities. ' .. k. ling into tne river, raends rescued pointment of Mr. J. S. Basnlght. that the proprietor voluntarily closed -j-iaclng hU knee upon her ah oul
s s s in a e am a am ii e a. in i s . . . ...
tt f.m. a hv iaro. chase yesterday and was finally cap- r.ftl(, st wh " " .i41rr p.m.tin nt cnnthrn srn,n tne aoor8 ROOUt o cioca. noMderMsicioklajfitr.tk. Brute, wita
- - " i. . x . , ., i v--. ineaiin wu mTen ai ua cinaa oi nr ,,u i ii,,n .ma fmrr, i .. ...w ..u if rw. v. .
turea ana reiurnea 10 me uennen-i I I t iruwwu nuciuo wy uivi i vile oaio, '
- I T A . . I M .-W n . I.- - .... I
tlary to-day by Officer Q. L. Patillo jwney uiy, as a com nongs ceih . I tne near-neer Bottles, or wnetner woald klj D9r jf IB creme4 ag sin
and Deputy Sheriff C. D. Story ofler' heTQ tne packing companies of I . i Congressman Morenead, on yester- there was a near-eyed tiger In bid- Mri cherry told her sssallsnt her
Burlineton liaQ west maintain vast warenousesi nenry j. nnon,.a iormer poace aay, introduced a dui proviaing ior nr Dat our cititens became disgust- n.,ra- n her closk pocket a&d
Ex-Governor Glenn says he has! Shenard first made hi nnneamnpel in which countless thousands of I magistrate In Brooklyn, New York, I the reclamation of Southern swamp ed at the sight of so much drunken-1 .v.. rouid hsre what mosey she
seen men swapping wives "like in In this section near Efland, where he pounds of meat and poultry are was yesterday found aruilty of accept- lands by the drainage of the same ness. The trial of the proprietor of ktd ,f b w0ttld release her. The ne-
wBrtv rn. iM stole a horse and buggy and started stored' Proved a fruitful source of ing. a nriDe. Tne minimum penalty under the plan In operation In the the saloon. Porter, was postponed 0 allowed Mrs. Cherry to rise.
' 7., , T.T:' west. The owner of the team, upon investigation. More than a month la Ave years' Imprisonment. Fur- West for the reclamation of semi- till next Saturday by reason of the bu. be kept bis hands a her.
Mr. uienn mignt runner enngnten thg dIscovery of tne tneftf started ag0 the inquiry by the grand Jury yong waa once very prominent in arid lands by irrigation. The bill fact that the ordinance passed by the .. Maalt was committed al
the public by telling Just where hein DUrsult and with the aid of sev- was started, cold storage plants were I Brooklyn politics. not only Includes the public land! Board of Aldermen had not been moat directly In froat of Use reel
was to witness such a curse against leral Mebane citizens, overtook the m pectea wllnesses were examined, States which have swamp lanas. dui publicly potted r0r five days prior dence of Mr. Julian HeadrU, and
society. Inegro in a body of woods where helana loaaLY ine maictment was nana-i ai Hiimmgwn ounaay mgni nre also. an otner soumern states, in- to the time the license was lssuea. when he heard the woman scream.
had tied the horse and retired for ea UP ln tne Supreme Court before I or unanown origin destroyed one ell eluding North Carolina, even wnere wendrlx rushed out of nls house.
That Winston-Salem policeman sleeD and rest. Several shots were JU5Uces llT ana v;arey. me pre-i-wu uw 4raw iorage warenouses tney nave no pumic lanas. Jlwlern lUllway Appliances fravea turnjCg on the electric mat oo me
I I emto ftAtis rt V. a ilwkitMAnt -mill m am I ftf tha Cofl ffVsa Trt A I v T tea I ma. j ,.MKnU 4Af Of a ao I -v m a wa 1 ...a efthtfe m
,., i e fmm ka , . flred at tha neern. hnt he madft pnnfl " uuvuiusuv mu wwu - - intjro i a ifwuu uict oi imniTite. I nren as De came ouu ai
tuw ouivuo .w vt " . I f, K V Mnlnlro- nt.fl. r... 1 I I . . vi. . 1 4 ....
his escape. Nothing more was heard I "J J ' Ul BWU" Ui ' "D iwrm uu"w" I vnv v.,,), 1 rniom rati-lture tne negro ri "
which to work the
sheds, containing lara-eliiVa
... . . m . iiiim tKi'.iiH- rviii iiiiiie 1 1 1 1 1 r m wmu ri v'A rn I . - w i . .
ciuzen nae a nuscuuwyuou ot me I. . " . . . Z. I nromtnent men tn the TTnltod StatM i amounts of fertiliser rnnRtUnAnta I mnnv fmm tha roiamatinn fund nfl u,m v .-a .rrnti a wm.rM.tt
. lor mm until ne turnea up m-ura-i'" . - - . .. . :irn nnltanra talll off death tin- airs. v.u -
term grart. uraners are not sup-iboT ara . WQQ ,nwor vQ cnarged in effect with cheating thel ine loss, wmcn la approximately I the Government for the purposes or I . . t . . t. soathera Rallwsy track
J ..... " nnvtln tv,, a,, - tuAAAA . atamjI vw i mv aer tne streets ot xora uity w
accomplish the end.
I Adams. He was seen to pass through I storae
Burlington and Officers Patillo and
The Democratic papers delight In I Story gave chase after "phoning Of
talklng about a few Republican graf- flcer Cook, of Elon College, that he
Democrats Responsible for High
Cost of Living.
can be borrowed either by the State "Y .AU!7,:" T Pne Familr lived o Wo Until
TfcA w. Tv.n.mA- n ... t-n,. nuasoa ana aiaaiuia iimw; vwu- '
Inquiry, which baa 'been investlgat-1 by private corporations under certain
i day. There was a collision on the
monly known as the Hudson Tun-
ters In New York, but when Murphy. w Headed that way Officer Cook Yellow Jacket.
i ancmpicu iu Biicaii uiui, uul was
the Democratic boss, consented for struck twice witn an axe, one of
They VTeat Insaae.
a. ,. - T.., I . . . .. .lnels. but steel cart and safety de-l nnr'inrton. vt. Feb. 27
l" "-P urownvnie. rules and regulations guaranteeing . - MMtftl, ..inr .r. , ITl" . ..v tft aid and toe
Texas, naa completed its work of I the repayment of the same oat of thel . r 5V 7. ; V " .... aia lv. " " "
-l "j." --k i- a i.a maiea snaiterea wooawor v -"M-roud to neg.
gathering - testimony and will soon I nroceeds of such reclaimed land.
John A. Dooner, a Democrat office-1 make Its report. It la believed in I if this bill becomes a law it means
none of the thirty-five passesgers J Mng three of them chadrea. for
sustained fatal Injuries. Eighteen, I tbre4 7MJt hais been livlcg oa gar.
- - . I hnlriAi1 nnn aw rvririircav In Xjatit Velr I TJLTafn TswAeUA4 ta I. . j , s ai. r a t nv
nngy- c;onners to De re-eiectea which blows struck the horse also, . w ,7, 1. . , riwuwfc Kreai aeat ur me oyuiu. AUS1C however six of thtm women, were W hirh the father of the fatally.
State Chairman, it shows that a bad and- broke the handle of the axe. lo iSS- T f? iJ badfy Siat tSey wire re- vear. h dallV collated
odor is smolder ing in the Demo- Mr. Cook left thrnegro and started uar-efal; dof - yiw t will he sustained,
odor is smouldering in the Demo- ters, eight brook trout, boiled, two! .
cratlc camp and that Murphy is try-1 ntrft!n aeOT,a a WQ I portions of picked crab meat, one sir
ing to hold down the lid.
of being drained than there U land I
I in the West capable of being lrrl-
raoved to hospitals.
finally surrounded In a body of woods
A mnn v tVi An.M. V... I a v. J
steak, three portions of cold I by the Supreme Court la the case of at a less cost than land can be lrrI. I Tbomasvllle JQj Sues lor sv5,uw
for Alleged Insult.
Salisbury, N. C, March 1.
from yards In thU ely, otteosioiy to
feed his -pigs." ,
This was the startllag fact reveal
ei lo-day when the local acthorttlee
hv nfflrera Pattiin stnrv fnv I asparagus, five baked potatoes, one! the SUte vs. Whadbea from Union, I rated ln the West, and when once
If. TT . 1 a 11. - m. 1 I X7 Vi rvla tint- mtnoul nla Ana anil I In st Uk - I . ' . . . -
-ii. aeuvi' vmrikBuu, ui lu uar-1 jjr shepard, where he was captured! m-. juujmoui iniou. uiao&e, wm do uxuca more Taiuaoie.i ca.iimuu.ij, nuui i mli''l9-lti women.
lotte district, announces that he wllll without resistance, being thoroughly! v tuami"'i',c' xMer uu u www mr. . v. naeaoee, an ai-not only on account or tne great rer-img mat sns was groswy muwa, ,T mrmA f-ther and three
r 1 v . I been holding a Democratic lob atltor&ey. of Pwranlmwsw Conntw. wl nut r th hnt nn iAnnt Arl&Anitei nfrrwd inilfmltles bv a I wl flows. inr i . .
ut a.Kt.iu run lor ine omoe r ka.i cudi.ovi uuu uuaiuieu. i . . i . . - . - - - -1
licitor. But at the same time it is an-
nounced that five other Democrats in
the District are willing to serve their
party ln that capacity. Democratic
offices do not have to seek the man.
President of Panama Dead.
$2,000 a year and says he drinks I charged with false pretense , la ob- there being no future cost necessary prominent railroad man while under children, four. r
four quarts of champaign a day. Now I talnlng aubscrlpUona to the atock of ho maintain the same. the Influence of whiskey In a Pull- of fe:. . A- ZZ
If that don't sbow tliat th rtaranmig I i Komi not a flMnriH. rAmMii : .. m nttcnMkiblC diet CPOH WBICa lu9 WO-
PV 5os om1 are responsible for the high cost of Columbia. S. C. and heteif f ouad Xw Battleship, r H"Ve7 f "Thomlsrine V C.. ! men. Mr.. M.ttie Slpples andMra
m' "vns ?y ea toal! Committee on Naval ha hmnrht unit afn!rf tha cnth Emery Leavttt, have wMBiea wr
wm eal yoV shlrl fn SaT Vted fr the conatroc- Company and the Pullman thirty- montts. Is ;Urtbata4 th.if
wm eai yoursnirt. . a nw trUL uon of two new batUeshlps. one re- Company ifor 125,000 damages. present insanity.
de Obaldla, President of
aiea irom neart disease at 2:301 pie's share for
o ciock tnis afternoon.