THE CAUCASIAN TO BE ENUROED-NOW FOR 10,000 SUBSCRIBERS.
A T in A
RALEIGH, N. C. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 19IO.
May be Aycock's mocking-birds
cared oft those bond purchasers.
If that Missouri blacksmith gets
into the Senate, we expect that he
will forge rapidly to the front.
About the worst calamity that
could befall the taxpayers would be
a Bpeclal session of the Legislature.
tidltor Daniels says the ring is try
ing to "flim-flarn" tho people. The
editor should know; he la an expert
at the game.
Those Illinois Democrats are try
ing to make their State the Mississip
pi of the North. Seven are under
arrest for bribery.
Those men "higher up" in the
sugar frauds are like Davy Crockett's
coon. They are hustling down and
with pleas of guilty.
If tho "worst Democrat is better
than the best Republican." why did
Editor Daniels put Republicans on
his combine ticket?
While at target practice the ram
Katahdin was sunk by a "misdirected
shot." Wonder what a well-directed
one would have done?
A man in Cincinniatl suicided be
cause he had a boll on the back of
ills neck. That is a better excuse
than many we have heard.
Wilmington decided it did not
want A. M. Waddell for even police
justice. Wilmington has some re
deeming features, after all.
SOMK DEMOCRATIC IIVPOCHISV.
MANY BILLS HUNG UP
Congress Should Hurry and
Pass the Administration
Mr. J. L. Ramsey, in a Strong Article
Tells Why He Left the Democratic
Party, and Why He is Xow a Re
publicanA Review of Political
Conditions in North Carolina.
Editor of The Caucasian-Enterprise:
I believe that a question of person
al privilege takes precedence over
everything else In most legislative
and deliberative bodies. Without
consent of the presiding officer no
member or delegate has the right to
speak or take the floor for any pur
pose when another member Is speak
ing. I do not know that the floor Is
occupied now. If It Is, I rise to a
question of personal privilege and
the other gentleman will please take
a brief rest.
For some years I have been Inac
tive in politics. This is of but little
consequence to either of the great
parties, the public or myself, political
ly speaking. But a citizen, no mat
ter how humble, has certain rights
and privileges at any and all times
privileges that cannot be denied him.
I believe that It Is now my privilege
and my duty to join the Republican
party and exercise my rights as a
citizen in and through that party.
In a matter of this kind no public
announcement is necessary. If pub
lic notice Is given at all, a dozen
lines might be sufficient, especially
when, as In this instance, the citizen
is a mere "hewer of wood and a
drawer of water." But, having tak
en advantage of the almost sacred
personal privilege parliamentary rule,
I am going to say a few words about
myself and about politics, that
seductive and unknown quantity and
quality that has been, is, and may
be, of grave importance to each and
every one or us. lor in a government Tne Dm to limit the use of injunc
constituted like ours politics has tions which was promised by the par
much to do with our general pros- ty in its national platform is still
perity. Bad crop years, low prices hanging in an uncertain shape,
of labor and of products, financial Tne president is also getting anxi
panics and other things, may bring ous aDOut the passage of the bill to
on serious trouble at any time. But eivfi him further authority to con-
Every One Looking Forward With
Keen Interest to the Return of
Colonel Roosevelt May Partici
pate in Next Campaign Consider
ed One of the Greatest Living
Statesmen Tho N'ew Bern Situa
tion and Its SignificancePresi
dent Selected Best Man for Post
office Despite the Opposition of the
Patronage Machine Such Action
Will Mean More Recruits to the
(Special to The Caucasian.)
Washington, D. C, May 31, 1910.
President Taft is again beginning
to show Impatience at the delay of
Congress in passing the administra
tion reform measures to carry out
the platform pledges of the party.
The railroad rate bill is still hang
ing fire and the end is not In sight.
The postal savings bank bill,
which some time ago passed the Sen
ate, is still tied up in the House Com
mittee on Post-offices and Post Roads.
The President has a number of times
used his good offices to try to get a
satisfactory adjustment in the House
and put the bill in some satisfactory
shape and have it passed, but he is
not satisfied with the present outlook.
who was here on last Saturday, said
that the action of the President la
appointing Mr. J. &. Basnight post
master at New Bern has proven that
the President has &sd Intends to
carry out his announced policy, In
making appointments to secure the
best men and to select only men of
character and standing who have the
confidence and respect of the people
of the community Li which they
It was pointed out that in this case
a square Issue was drawn. The whole
power of the referee system In the
State was brought to;bear to secure
the appointment of a man for post
master against whose appointment
the overwhelming sentiment of the
people of New Bern protested, and
that this protest caused the President
to halt and Investigate; that upon in
vestigation he agreed with the senti
ment of the community and declared
that he would respect It.
Next, the patronage machine at
tempted to have another man ap
point against whom there were no
objections, but when it developed
that that other man who was to make
the objectionable person who had
been turned down for, postmaster, the
assistant postmaster, again the com
munity protested. The President
heeded the protest, and, It is under
stood, agreed that het would not ap
point any man postmaster who would
make for his assistant a man who
was objectionable to the community.
Thus, again, and n a most em
phatic manner, did the President
turn down the referee crowd and up
hold and respect the sentiments of
the people concerned.
Why Mr. Basnight Was Appointed.
Next, the sentiment of the com
munity was expressed to the Presi
dent in favor of the appointment of
Mr. Basnight, a Republican of high
character and of fine business
standing in the community.
Second Bid For the Issue
Was Less Than the
Bonds Must Be Sold by July lit u
Outstanding Bonds Pall Due at
That Time Lcs Than Half of
the N'ew Issue Has Been Sulxtctib
el for The Governor May Have
to Call the Legislature in Special
Session to Increase the Rate of In
terest or Devise Other Means for
Floating the Bonds.
The second bids for the $3,430,000
refunding forty year 4 per cent
bonds to take up bonds falling due
July 1st, were opened by the State
Treasurer Friday In the presence of
the Governor and members of the
Council of State, in the office of
State Treasurer and it was found
that there were bids for only Jl,
1'JS.OuO of the issue as compared
with $1,7C5,000 that were bid for on
the first date for the bond sale May
ISth, when all bids were rejected.
The bids in hand leave $2,211,500
of the issue to be taken care of in
some extraordinary way. Several
methods of extracting the adminis
tration from the embarrassing dJem
ma are being suggested, although the
Governor and Council of State are
not talking. One is the calling of
the General Assembly in etxra ses
sion to either increase the rate of in-
A local paper is publishing a story
entitled "Won in the Ninth." Sure
we have. Mr. McNinch was nominated a weak and unstable government may serVe the natural resources of the
there the other day on the Republican cause a crash, even when natural COUntry. The bill has passed the
(nnHttinne nnnonr tn n ennn that I t r i . i ? j i
ticket vui.u.i..i-uU " i- - - o 1 I nouse, uui iiiis measuru is uuiig up
win snane me counuy iu us, very in tne senate, though it is thought
4yi n1arf nrtd I i i . it.
Orange County has a candidate , , f tU1a ct t luat 11 m ulu. iu
Being a native of this State, and Mli nf tho session
who claims to be the oldest office- naving been to some extent in public The President is also showing im-
holder in the United States. It is view, and knowing many people from patience at the partisan politics that
probably needless to say that he is one end of the State to the other. seem to be threatening the defeat of
onA aincr norcnnallv lrnnwn tr n n i mi i rii. i v
a Democrat. I i - - une dius io mane a oiaie uui ot rsew
large number, It should rollow that 1 Mexico and Arizona. The New Eng-
I .1 J. XX A. A i , AMA 4-Vi a n I . . . , ....
Down in Moore County a man awiwmiwpi .i s ' land element has aivrays loo sea yena
"who had been dead two dava" sud- a glance at my Dersonal history- But jealousy upon the creation of new
who had been dead two davs sud- as T have been so persistently and so Western States, and now there is
denly revived and asked for a drink. unjustiy maligned by certain so-call- added a new argument that it means
ho rorgot that he had returned to ed Democratic newspapers during a creating a new Democratic State with
North Carolina. period or many years, mucn or wnicn Democratic Senators and Democratic
I passed unnoticed, I am inclined to Congressmen and the electoral .vote
Hetty Green's son is coming "home think It best to say a lew worus for the Democratic candidate for
to "help the richest woman in the though the hour is late.
some years ago, wuen i was quue
M- , .-1.1 V. Iw,.. Y... ...J O 1.1 M
,,u,m ucai 1101 uuluou Ul ru;utJS- a young man and was engaged in
lhere are many who will be glad to farming, this entire country was al-
iote a little themselves. I most crushed by a long period or
cratic platform. They voted against
an amendment to the railroad bill to
which their party was pledged.
These partisan arguments, how
ever, have no effect -upon the Presi
dent, and he is urging that the meas
ure is not only promised by the party
business depression. Farmers, mer- Dut is just and should be passed, no
Senators Simmons and Overman chants and every class of our citl- matter what the political effect might
have again tumbled off the Demo- zens were well-nigh paralyzed. be Tne President's breadth and
Prices were well up in, some things. nin statesmanship in this matter, as
But the price of the principal farm in many others, is each day impress
products, such as corn, wheat, cotton, ing itself more and more upon the
tobacco, and most other tnings, country.
mooiioH tha lrwist lfiVfil recorded in I
if thnv t,cf Mil Yi t .Aorieiotura I i tt v,f r ti,a The iresiaent ana tne xarm jom-
in special session to settle the bond average farmer knew but little about missio .
matter, it should h dJRHnrtiv t dor. politics or the science of government. Tne President is very much pleased
otn. . . . ' The average politician and the aver- that the House has provided for a
stood that they must adjourn just agQ newspaper had taken a great tarlfl commission with broad powers
as soon as that matter Is settled. nf Dalns to see that the farmer to invpstieate the difference between
did nothing except the voting and the waees for labor and the cost of
ine isews and Observer asks, tne heavy tax-paying. Now and then production abroad and here, as a
What are McNinch's politics?" A when a red-hot campaign was on J guide and a measure for the revision
sufficient and satisfactory answer is they would ask the farmers to goj0f the tariff in the future whenever
I a a . a. m 1. J M x a 4 w n r AVao- I . a. Jl a x J i.
that thev are not the same tho lne speaK.mB, nuB iu. equity ana justice leuune it
DacK procession, etc. iue itmuwioi xne effect or tne worK ot sucn a
would then hear a lot of rant and I commission will be that the country
rant and a lot of talk intended tOlrcni nnt wait ton nr fifteen venra for
IT I Tll T m l . 1 I I " i "X " . j
m xmauuis, ra., u city muaMarouse sectional and partisan preju- another general revision of the ta
returned as "unexpended," $37,124 diCe, much of it mere rot. In the rifff but with the accurate Informa
balance of an appropriation he had fall they would be allowed to vote, tion secured by the commission and
charee of and thv nm talking provided they voted Democratic. But, furnished to the President, he will be
more glorious tnan an, iue ianueia nn a position at eacn session or uon
would be allowed to pay taxes in the I gress if the facts require it to send a
editor pf the News & Observer.
Prrtidtnt Taft relwt4 the yard
of the O. A. It. Teterans is New York
City oa May 3th.
!iroTerlts a bursUr raatkiat
her house, a Nev York vot&ia at
tacked him with rolllnc pia, la
fiicticg Injuries which csuh1 bl
A fire at Minneapolis. Mian.. cau
ed a loss of $750,000 tad at least on
life, that of a guest at a hotel. Sev
eral Urge Implement works wr de
stroyed. A child bora to the queon of Spala
died a few hours after birth. Ta
queen was greatly protrated at the
death of her uacle. King Edward, of
Fred W. Carienter. Secretary to
President Taft, has been compelled
to give up the ofnee, owing to 111
health, and has been appointed as
minister to Morocto.
As an illustration of the reversal
of sentiment regarding prohibition In
Alabama, the returns show that only
eleven prohibitionists were elected
to the next Legislature.
The reb-l army under Madrlz. In
Nicaragua, is again In the ascendency
and a close watch Is being kept by
this country to protect foreign resi
dents from harm. Several United
States war vessels are on the scene.
In a flight from Albany to New
York City, covering over 150 miles
in two hours and forty-six minutes.
Glen H. Curtis made a new world's
record in aeroplane nights and also
won a prire of $10,000 offered 1y the
New York World.
The body of eight-year-old Alma
Twenty.Five Railroads Arc
Retrained From Increa.
ins Freight Rate.
THE GOVERNMENT ACTS
terest above the 4 per cent provided
Again, go as to effect the sale in the oTdi-
the President respected the wishes nary way empower the Treasurer to Kellner, of Louisville, who disappear
of the community and appointed Mr. exchange new bonds for the old, or c ia8t December, has been found
Basnight. authorize some other means of tiding nPar hpr home in an unused cellar.
The action of the President in this tho State over the difficulty There Phfi had been brutally murdered and
matter should and will inspire fresh hs a suggestion that the State could tne D0r buried. There is no rlue
hope In the rank and Hie of the Re- get money on railroad bonds the State to ,he murderer.
publican party of the State, which owns as security, or effect other
has been ignored and discouraged by financial arrangements that would Tne government dry dock "Dewey"
the action of the referees, and also saVe the State the $25,000 or more tne 'ar8st In the woitd, was sunk by
nspire hope in that class of inde- expense of an extra session of the conspirators, who opened the valves
pendent voters who were so much
encouraged and pleased by the decla
rations of the President during the
campaign that the Republican party
would be made a live progressive
force and would be made such a par
ty with which they could afford to
affiliate in the future.
State Offices to He Filled.
Now that the dates have been fixed
for both the State Democratic and
But little damage was done, though
Important work was seriously delay
ed. The matter is being investigated,
and arrests are expected.
ed o Prut.
rrum-nt t.n t r
Ave Wn! :
from ecfur ; .
advance !. : ,
tion k r t :
by the t :
that th- a ; . ,
agreed en t t: . -comititH
S. i, :
The p ;?:., .. ;.
ed Statt' ( ir .
this aftt-rr.f :. .... .
to preciii ! . ;
holding a k- ;
Circuit Comt- .
such a rtnr' ..
tho propoM-i h : .
effective at 1:
grave harm a - ,
of the Vn.'c s
on which th- . 1
was nig!..' 1 t ;.
attorncy-p i, r,,' i
bage, th j .'..--i :
That th i!. U - :
are common .ir::. :
intcrtMt( frf i.!1,
dants aro !!; i .
that each di-f.-i. I :
of the U:p f ra'.;
the other l.-f
The feftjud j art
elates that :i !
twenty of tbi- '.' :
to suppr9i hl ( "
' 11) t!. (MIT
It Will Mean More Recruits.
Every vote of the 31,000 recruits
which came up and voted for Taft in
the last campaign were made up of j
that class of voters, and there are i
10,000 to 20,000 more in the State of
to the matter of Marshall of Oklahoma, are on thlr thm ,u, Ta ' V ,
ations have to be way to greet former President Rooso- nd UXl'atUy hV - rM,'r!
races. First of all n vi- r... -m.. create ratw fei 1 r!-.r-s. an
and arbitrary iatt .
greatly in ex '
charges, whl.t. .i
but for the uLi-!-'.
'aJt4 I Dyr
' i'.t rate.
i to trijuac'
: w.v.n S54
U uf th
::. tLe Tnit-
r who Is
r !- UUd
:. Kht to the
' th people
V, u kprhaui,
: ail timet
' :i kinds of
it tL tlcfen
! ' j rated by
lr 5. 10.
!y to In-
d to et-
i.'.r h re to be
r ;!. rates and
Riding across the country oa horse
the Republican conventions, interest back, two sons of Setb Bullock, U. 3
just what nominatio
macie IOr btate Omces. rirst OI ail Velt on hl rfturn from Enron- Th
there are the seats of Chief Justice are aged njne and glx rears, and their ubUsh and
waiter ciark and Associate justices father Is an old friend of the foifaer
waiKer ana .Manning, me two iormer President
for eight years and the latter for the
unexpired term or Judge Connor, to win. Slar. th Atlantic CAtr
the same kind who are waiting to which Judge Manning was appointed young man accused of murdering hit (conspiracy of tU
come to the party. With their com- 0 uovernor iviicnin. i uen mere are sweetheart on the "million dollar " "
ing North Carolina will be a Repub- two places on the corporation com- per- la8t February, was acquitted I IDI(a. I i ii.m. iwa.iv
llxon Cfata TTonno tho irraat citr. mission, One U1C SlX-jear term IO Ul" hv n lnrv nftor a BonsgMnnal trial I 1
u ceed Commissioner S. L. Rogers, and! The methods of th noiioa in rvin
,"v'""v'VJ v" I .... .1 ""O I ..... . . .
dent in this case where the issue was tne other four years oi-the term or to force a confession was scored by Southern li-h.. M.-n in-iiuhd( w.
squarely drawn. u. r. Aycoc-K, ueceaseu, now uneu uy the court. I ACllon oi i in-" "
There are many other places in the u- urown througn appointment or iv.,u ;, M
State where the same condition exists Governor Kitchln until after the gen- Gifford PInchot, who was deposed L action (,f m.
and where the same issue should be eral election. as Chief Forester by President Taft,oritv in (' tr'i !
drawn. And we believe now that it There are 16 solicitors, or prose- and who went to Europe to lay his make muni csA at the enpenM
will be drawn since the people are cuting attorneys, for the 16 judicial case before former President Roose-Lf h.m.iiiati-1 'I- I'M-aident and
encouraged to believe that their pro- districts. Also 11 Superior Court velt, has returned. He was appar- ,b0B0 who KdW h'
tests and wishes will be recognized Judges, io or them lor tun terms oi ently in high spirits, but refused to h. .i-it t- S
I 1 l A. J 4L. .il ASn- 9 I . . . . - . . . . . . -w '
t i 4 -sr attempt to
eight years and the other, that of talk concerning his interview with of Comu.r(P I(,! Cotton Kx-
Judge Guion, resigned, for four the former President. change of A;.k ' ddreed a
years, this being filled by Judge D. series of j :ut: .: roundly d-
L. Ward through appointment of the The prohibition law In Mississippi nounCiDg th Ik;' rt and have
Governor pending the election of a has received a serious set hack In the tenderc-d :i' ' rr'r t0 mw;t tl1
judge. These Superior Court judges decision of the State Supreme Court, ,.flll(t.tirv"u"ra!..r.g a purse.
Arrival of Civil Men at Asheville whose terms are expiring in connec- placing upon the State the expense Thft pr c, :.t uh!i deeply gratl-
tion with this campaign are. Judge 0f proving In each case whether TET& I n utul moV(!,i ty iM token ot good
will of tbt Suth
at the White House.
OFFICE-HOLDERS TOO ACTIVE;
INVESTIGATION UNDER WAY.
to Investigate Activities.
Asheville, N. C, May 30. Once
again has Asheville come under the
scrutiny of the high officials of the
United States Government at Wash
ington. Two civil service men, L. H.
Fishes secretary of this division and JugtIc Qf Rutnerford'. Judge j. s
having a commission of lunacy ex
John T. Doyle, secretary of the United
States Civil Service Commission at
Washington, D. C, are here engaged
in an investigation into the alleged
Peebles, Northampton County; Judge so-called "near" beer contains over .v... c ., b ..!i.ea men. atat-
Cook, of Franklin; Judge W. R. two per cent alcohol. As a result of 1 that be c0 ..i r.'.t accpt the fu
Allen, of Wayne; Judge W. J. Adams, the decision the near beer places rL.tt f-, j-t ouJ4 UP th
deflcisncy out of Lis ow
Th. rhfkD M&I-Jt POlltiCS Of th
In a speech In the Senate. Senator! it arou'.r.g a atorm of pro-
Depew stated that he was reliably tMt &ll ovfe- c0utb. a reSectlnf
Informed that It was the intention of on g;, rlt 0f v 0ir vitality for which
the British government to force war . SfeC.jfn s wAni and the graceful
on the United States at the time of ,.ttpr 0V Vbe l'r-id5it i dn'y ap-
of Moore; Judge B. F. Long, of Ire- opening all over the State.
dell; Judge Pell, of Forsyth (suc
cessor to Judge Jones: Judge M. H.
Adams, of Buncombe; Judge J.
Ferguson, ot Haywood.
.-... n f foin nr i,a state mvvKvrmv Airr:i:sT to. the Venezuelan trouble, as at thatl ..,Bt.fl
special message to Congress asttng ' Q , time this country had no navy, but
Asheville offered th R.nh,.nan I in Democratic neigh- for a modification of : one or more ta- before thege of. Greensboro tor Republican tt the personal wishes of Queen M,n (,uil,y of lYaud..
borhood and naturally was poisonea nn; scneuuies wimout uisiuiuiiiB mo i .w,,,,, v,o. nnnrontlnn. prevtruteu. iu i.ma ou .
xnnFontinn r1,.r n1 J J, .... . ... , . ,i X V lUCCIS WI1U lia.C COfcauiXOiiu "cau- I I ij VI. . ..J Va- tiT . . 7
u-.uc by the deadly miasma tnat usuany waoie ousme iixtif&tS o.lu uU- 0, oii cou8,ur.e couiuinv au vlktr Md Jibm
every general revision oi tne - Ti . - . Mar.mi
fleers who have established head- convention. L I 7 .77 Li " " . " J vatt York May 27. Harry v
arters at .the postoffice building. Greensboro. N. C. May 27. The had a great effect In securing the Walker. Jean 11. V'-r '
It is claimed that the department state ReDubiican executive commit- t tt, mh Jv ii.uai, vl guilty in me
.... . -, - M i i I I uaooac VA. K.LA U114 iuc i " " . TV.
oi civil service is oesirous oi Kuuwiug tee in session nere this afternoon.
if these orace-hoiders nave Deen too selected Greensboro and August 10th".
All political factions here at the active in politics, soliciting of sub- tlme and Dlace for holding the
capital, as well as over the country scriptions for campaign funds, etc. st te Convention. Charlotte and
' extey"uu; I wooraiiT- nr innVtne- forward with The investigation has caused some-
of the Democratic nominees for the ,f' of rt ,Q t,, of th what of a stir in Republican Quarters k mnrt
ivccu xuva ov w v Awr-.M - - " " - - - I VJT I CUS UJLJ fevw 1W J J aeaaw xjla ta j j l a ,j
former President. There is a feeling and it is said there has been a little of votes.
if it would only meet there, but in infects the atmosphere. I tried to be try, as
vain. That town must have thought conservative, reasonable. At the first tariff necessarily does.
It was biddin for the Democratic election after I passed the age of 21 The Return of Colonel Roosevelt.
I voted the full Democratic tiCKet
tonventlOIl. , r-s r, t tnwnshin
Mo wtth otia pxcention. One
a me oLiiiw 8 ifputiiLion ana crea.it
has not suffered seriously under j Legislature, though, a very good man
uu.ucuuouuovernmeai, wny m most resyecw. uau - Republicans of all shades of uneasiness
is it that the State's bonds cannot op strong feeling of prejudice against M, qh ht nrtiv . -
Young Man Succumbs to IUbir-i; 391 Ft. Heike. M.-crt
Others Were Bitten. American Sugar
I Ti a ir.n o i
weeks ago a small poodle dog tl . "fn iMj Martin In the UntUi
suear frauds trial to-aay.
try-treasaref oi in
. -t V.jf
unrx-er.t tat ice ma.
floated, even at par?
waiting for an answer.
& . Inrtininn that hia return ftnd his active
- tt. Allianrxt an nr?Ti ra- "
Yes, we are "r" r: participation in the next campaign,
IO wniCU 1 oeiouson . v.. nA wtll n mora tn
wuicux w.utx6 -w . expected, will do more to
Secretary of my lal lodge triumphant election of a
TAFT SPEAKS IN DEFENSE OF
French Submarine Went Down and
Twenty-three Lives Lost.
the dog after that on the same day.
i Walter Fisher one of the nersons bit-
Dover. England, May 26. Twenty- tan nnnr .r, 9rt VA9r. M AIA
three men were drowned today in theln
If TTnUKlv T; I ... . . , I W"1" Wfevaa y WWaj avawM
TTJTLT Z PP Channel wnen tne ren at the Holt-Morgan mill village, this
"luuu " I submarine ooat riuvioz was sirucn i cjty
nous. i hv th narket steamer I'as ae uaiais.
Hope Mills bit a number of people. I c,aff, r-jurt th'.a morning by At-
Thlrty-two people were bitten by L pv rockrart--
would pa-M Eeatence on alker. oel-
and Halllxan uwr.
Through their .tone.. "
i was - ' ZJ "i insure the triumphant
The Democratic Chief of Police of aT Portion that fall t Republican House than any otlier one
rievAiand. n hoa Viann De , , agency or influence.
- TO scraicnea 7B 7 7;" It is a frequent matter of comment
from office under chareres of "immor- be leeislator and twenty-odd of the , ..v,.
aiitv inttnati cw.n,.! free American citizens who voted at nf 5" " , . .1 Washington. D. C. May 27. "In The passengers on the latter were th D.non. hltten br do naTe
' w-, .uouu.uu ,vtCo mi... nere u ijhiubi auuktoiv ho. uu- - I tntn a nanlr- and the shin it- K '. 7 , 7 "17 " .. . " .
and incomnatfinrv " nthprwis ho l luu smo uui um - nrp.eP(i himsplf unon all EuroDO more au my eipencutc, auu CUjW- tmn- " 7 7 L I neen carrieu to inn rasieur lnsiiiutea
v w. v luci 11c 10 nomoerats. too. At the time I : c . ?. . . I oi the hnsnitalitv of manv sections of I self was so badly damaged that snei f ri0ii
said to be all right, all right. t MtImtt had rather flattering lurin? tnis .tr neai? 7 7h. JrM T ner had a more cor- had to put back to Calais. "ST TrZZlTJ
nittini nroRnArta ahead of him. But ires1-1 . . .L,m-e" . lc ' . L,oi r0n0rnii! onon and lavish wel- The submarine was crushed and r.wtt nt frtr
The State Democrat, the organ Aching ot his name under ?2T.r JKC ttTw l the Southern went down within a few moment,. 171.7 the famnr r
tho t ,4. , i I . . . A Ul wuiiu . . I ll nr-a-a: -a-am ranirht Va . . . . .. .. . .. I
"" " i'e it xavors locai tne circumstautes tauscu mo v t..j t t isVine. statesmen and in I stages auring my iny, auu meNisui- m; - 1 lused to sen a it. ine aog aiea tne
self-government. If so, why Cldn't managers to hesitate and tne gentle- ronnIirtion it mieht be said that est nint that Puts me In tne attitude rats m a trap. ia Iday after he had bitten the persons
I ll Vma1 s-. tfrA 1 r-rx v I - I . a 11 a. 1 4..124 I rri. : a t h a
well aa ex-Caahler
Since Fisher's death twenty-fiTe of dernagei ana Forme'' Dock Sapr-
the ring have the courage to say ,o "J
in their mass meeting on April 30th.
They simply dodged the question.
some squad of 'has-beens'
of a critic of that hospitality gives Th's is the sixth serious accident aboTe menUoned
A little later I went to Raleigh
. I ha hna a srpater hold unon the neo-
and . .. ...... . , I m o p-roat nain
niA r r thA iinftan vrorno nnw Tnan no i o
: r " 7 This in part is the manner in which five years
in the French submarine flotilla in
i recognized and conceded by every
President Taft today In a letter to Today's disaster is one of the worst
Chairman Tawney of the House com- in the history of the submarine.
Senator Overman fell off the Dem- the organization mentioned above, ODf' X ,1:3 v,v Utttee on appropriations stated that
. ...... I . . . i 1 celve wnen ne reacnes new xor.i ..iti.i.m n:ri
ocratlc piatiorm wnen ii came io aiior several years, r, uum mo vi -i le. t- greatest I ao uw' ibku -
.. .. ... . ,tiMna . w nortlon of them. In the Promises to be one ot , f k. Democrats in the debate In the
vote on an amenameni io ine railway flna, Popular aemonsirauon. m Te8terdar unon the traveling
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bill, because his conscience tola himl drovo - nortion of the people,!01 w v"-. expenses of the President.
Do Not Deserve to Win.
. A..r..t v w. fieroactov.
The GoTernicent. moreover. U
known to rely largely on tbete cod
fe83ion. in tracing the men 'higher
UPTheir confession came m
rect result of the admission tn! br
Troop sent to igni Aigxii juuer. eral penitentiary
Lexington, ivy.. a a. rears oil cnrL TrT.
a wholesale slaughter by night riders I -If mt First Vou Don t hncceeo. ar,.
In the dark tobacco districts today
led Governor Wilson and Ad J a tan 1 1 w umia l
General Johnson to nrA1ltam. UUrn"
' thflt the Democrats Acfor farmers into a new party The New Bern Situation and It- SI- The President says he is especially win In many of the close counties,
to, which shows that the Democrats mostiy farmers, lnto a ne p y macance. distressed by "suggested reflection on but in Wake County they do not ap.
should use a little more conscien pva. ' ' . TO p.nnhiiMn. Southern hosDltality." pear to deserve to win.
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Of course the Democrats may not! to Christian and Lyon counties. By
Monday the territory will be under
arms. The soldiers will be transport
m thirty or more applicant for
the place of Secretary to the Corpo
ration CommlIoa can now go after
the next best thing in sight.
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