RALEIGH, N. C THURSDAY, APRIL 27. 1911.
. : !, Webb-footed animals are
,'- r CoiiKrfKaman Kitchin.
nifi ixn.vnrm; oTit urr.
Whltn Furniture Omipnny Shir of
Carload Mahany Furniture for t.y.fi r a l iu Di ti;.
(;Tmmmt-xi a riw h. Will Not be Able to Play His
i plenty of Democratic pa
i when there 1 good pay at-
whether candidate Mebane, N. C. April 2i. The
early bird or the White Furniture Company has hlp-;
ped the latt of ninety-four cars of:
solid mahogany furniture for the ;
:ar Department. This furniture;
j went to every State in the United ?
i States and Hawaii; Porto Rico, Phil-;
i lppines, to the homes of the army j
. j officers and was al! of solid mabogony :
r.creHsman Kitchin'H speech was j throughout and of high clase. The
ue purpose of taking the tariff j Government Inspector, Capt. G. I.
! Johnson, who hag been detailed on
I this Job since July, left tonight for j
the circumstances GeoJ Philadelphia. ?
Pnlniio! Tlnkr.r Tlonntv Oiiarter-
White might not want to run for j CJeneral of the United Statf..s
Cards in Another
Tin: fif;iiTh ts m:w youk.
Two NalUlHtry tttlti ' 'Wc.
tf $0O by lrirttl Xtm MnewVt
New York. April S4.- Two mm ; "
from 8.!b.rr. n c . it. n, d ABOUT THE MAMELUKES
When t Queen Was a Novelty
in ypttan Politics
t mo mux in: ,nutrm.
lrifr4 Wtlh ) In tmkmmtem
? ttiW&S. Ulfcfeti
it t"tli 4 St rwwIM
I J. T. Morc&n. reached town Saturday
AY COCK MAY ENTER RACE ; nubi with $soo in thetr rortet and
farmed with two revolver, their ob- !
,. .... ., . it..l 3t being to employ a cumber of
(Canadian Reciprocity Iaed IIoo-M"!
female barber and revolutionise the
by a I-rge Majority. Hut Not by j barber busine in Salisbury. Mun-
a Strict Party Vote Two More! Xo-j av orth several thou-
land dollars, the larger portion of
table CW of Democratic Inroa- f hlch wag MtUed upon hUn by the
i'. it under
sbtency Democrat Ilefux
Economic Wlier it Strike Ttiem
to' Southern Hallway following a wreck
! on that road In which he was badly
"Ilw 1rraatt 1
Ttrir lU-wutj xtS Kit
Soldier of The in -AKowt
TrTntOar- ititkito Ukrw m Mli
Dirriots ami Cirow inia-tjt
ftr I n Tatoerte tin Crrl
ttiUup&iu. . Apt 5J.-Ckr
i mtlh fcjf4f 1 11-
? totr J, 1!0, ac;fcf lt 4eVk
2rV etryt?ira5jfrr of tatwr&a
Acltlofs of HtUce a&4
rrt late ta4y l ta fc4r
Knight of M. John Were ltml tr cf ofcaliAHott lu tkii city.
army, and in charge of the Philadei-
. ; ihia depot, has advised the shippers
thf-y are going to increase the, tuat lie ha8 not reCeived a single
filiation of property then they complaint of any kind whatver, and
I ,1 U .1 .. t , .1
tJ.. a i ... t .
( lujurea. jkiorsau rayi ne i rei
Iemocratic Free JAt Bill They; estate man.
Are Still Protecting U,e Sugar? their way from Washington
t they met a young chap who told them
Trust The Appalachian ForeM Ite-j tnat ne na(j been Jn tne navy and
i was tired cf his job, was out of , Correspondt nce of The Caucasian-
Fighter ure tf Smyrna.
(Continued from lau iMue )
Biikinsviiie. N. C . Apr. 21. 111.
, ii'! lower
that this is the only furniture con-
. .... i ociuintnrn eh.mirl nnss ! tract of which this could be truly
;i.v to ij'tter protect the life of
.. .;:()( king bird in this State.
Such an accomplishment by South- ?
ern capital and Southern labor should
! work, a good fellow and would show
(Special to The Caucasian.) i them all over New York. To this
Washington, D. C, April 25, 1911. proposition they graciously con?ent-
The Canadian reciprocity agree-ied. The taxicab bill ran upward of
ment passed the House of Hepresen-! $23 in a jiffy, according to Munally.
tatives by a large majority, but not The couple then took !heir guest to
! by a strict party vote. Both parties ;a theatre, where he was treated to
mri-ssman Kitchin's reciprocity;
I show to the world that the South ;
divided on the proposition, each Con tje best seat and other things. After
can make good furniture along with
! gressman being for or against theitne show they went to make up for
h .van not reciprocated by some . the bcgt in the worjd.
1 cause of their past year's experience
The majority of the North Caro-j jn a dry State. After ail this and
measure as he conceived that itjthe lost time that the two Southern-
wniilrl hnln rr hurt his. Cnn trrASsional s t ; , , .1 tnnif,tr ihan
l. 5 Pontrrncc .. .. . " .. ;Clo icrt,iiru ao ..-
- rrouMM iiifmiD iii vuub.w. When one considers tne magnitude District
, of SUf.jj a contract and or so high a
. i i
Ihiltintrtn Sill Tl C:US T II ill . i 21 1 . , 9 V . .
1 " ' j graue oi luriiuure, mat &um ui lUc ; iina delegation supported the proposi-f gome more had happened, the three
l ai ii' larw is not ua.iit-n. i.m. Cilrs ui rouii lumuei iusi as uiuu. aa j tion. Tnree oi tne delegation, now-; Wpnt tn the Hotel Taft Their euest
until Dalzell gets after o,sau, uiat me couiraci. a3 -"-. ever, Messrs. Webb, Doughton, and ; who said hls nanie Was Fred C. Pres-
pleted on the day agreed without the Gudger, strongly opposed it. They : nait went up to spen(1 tho night with
i rejection of a single piece and with-jmade spirited speeches replying to tho xorth Carolinians.
thinks the I" u iuuuiouii, i tne strictures maue agaiusL mem, auu Grief followed their lirst nap
m-iiiof ratic party is badly hobbled,
and going in the wrong direction at
t'ongressman Kitchin and ex-Candidate
Bryan are about to succeed
in reading a number of them out of
FHEF LIST IX CONGRESS.
The Wilmington Star says there
is really no politics in city admin
istrations. You ought to move to
Kaleigh or Charlotte.
i jected to rigid lnspecnou di uwu-, others who supported tne proposition, when they awoke Presnait was gone
nation as wen, ne can appreciate me . on the part 0i- congressman Kitcnin.and their bank rou and pjstols were
efficiency of such a great Southern j Congressman Kitchin, in his speech j ago miSSjng. This note Pres nait
establishment. I in support of reciprocity, went outMfr hhind-
of his way to make a spirited attack! ..To my dear friends: am gorry
upon Senator Simmons who has an-j l had to trim you j expregs my re
nounced that he was opposed to re- j grets tQ you both j need the guns
ciprocity. ! aiso go I will take them along. Hop-
Comment has been heard upon j ng tQ remain yours, I am, X."
Kitchin's speech, to the effect that hej Through the kindness of a physi
may have been prompted in his at- cian livInK at the hotel and who said
tack on Senator Simmons in his de-jthat be wag a Southerner himself,
sire to help his brotner, uovernori dff f th further stay of the
We might invite some of the
Veathen missionaries to come to
North Carolina and try fo reform the
Some of the Democrats would like
to beat both Simmons and Kitchin.
Well, leave it to the Republicans
and they will pick you a good man.
Congressman Webb calls Congress
man Kitchin a peanut politician.
And to think that the Democrats
have such politicians in their party!
The latest news from the firing line
between the Kinchin and Simmons
forces is to the effect that all peace
regotiations have been declared off.
Mr. Bryan says it is too early to
select a Democratic candidate for
President. As a matter of fact, isn't
it a needless performance anyway?
Democratic Measure Now Before the
House- May Not lie Acted on lle
fore End of the Week.
Washington, April 2 4. The Dem
ocratic tariff bill including agricul
tural implements, cotton bagging,
leather, boots and shoes, harness,
meat, lumber, flour and many other
articles on the free list of the exist
ing tariff laws of the United States
came before the House just before
adjournment to-day and will be taken
up again as soon as the House con
A final vote on the bill w ill not be
reached before the end of this week,
and House leaders are in doubt
whether it will come before the fol
lowing week. Chairman Underwood,
of the ways and means committee,
expressed the opinion in the House
this afternoon that the debate will
last four of five days and Republican
leaders expect that will take even
After the asAisi nation ov lh?
young ruler ov Kgypt. 8hajir Aldor,
a smart but mor or ! wirkrd
young woman, ttwame qu-en ov
Egypt. A q ut-n u: then sort ov a
novelty in Egyptian politic but
created something ov a tlr in on
way or another. MUs Aldor us in
debted to the Mameluke f r her ele
vation to the Ihrone. Ax the Mame
lekes may not be mU known to awl
ov your readers perhaps a brif f--nlitnntfnti
will not lie out ov tdace.
The heroic Sal.idln, the previous
ruler had gotten up the oldler who
were termed Mamelukes, and they
camo ( rlginally from Georgia and
Circasia, countries conquered Salad
in, being a portion ov the large num
ber ov prisoners taken by that war
i like ruler. Even yet the inhabitant'
or Circasia ar enoted for personal
beauty. A few years ago life "Cir
! casian beauty" wuz a feature ov
! every well-regulated circus sideshow
f in the United States, and they at
i traded no little attention, especially!
j on account ov the beauty ov their
I hair. But automobiles and other
second-hand junk hev destroyed the
Tbr srra&t fr tit rret t 1nm4
cu an i&4ictmrt!t fsife4 by a CTafcS
jrry la. After! a4 iff4
by William J Burt:, a ltctli.
rotnpnaiM t l&4UtiKlU 4t
tiviHk, Bum bt ost!4 tart t-
r.Uht for tvtMi Afccrl tilth XJrNa.
ra, Uoufnor Marahali httltf
orrd result It Ion ppr.
B-pon!bUtty for other 4 r u c
tiv riplofiorm In dtSTeresl pru of
the country toubl b placed at Ihm
rrikult of an InvrttgatUm no la
proicrc. Burn a!4 H ad 41 that
J B. M Samara, brother of John J.
MfKamara. and Otto MeGonlglo ?r
tthlay di!itiHl br lb joilc fa Chi
rago a hut inc Vnoedce of lht ctr-rumtanr-
ot th Io Anfilca Tim-
lirgimiing f Jrtat Criminal PrMfs.
"Thl i the Wginnlnc of one of
th great t criminal procutioat
the country hai known." Burnt
After th arrest of McNamarm.
Burns and other detrctlvr aearched
the offices of the aseociiitton of bridge
and structural Iron worker and de
tained there other oRiclaU of th a
soclatSon during the examination of
papers and record. When tb? detec
tives entered the office a meeting of
the executive board of the organisa
tion was In progre.
The detective declined to y
KUhh," In W. fight for ihe Senate, ..ndl"1"' ot th. old-f..blonI lm , whMh or Bot lh.y h.d Mw,M
to succeed Senator Simmons. One! o ils0alW wMlce headquarters ! that 'ou and 1 5aw wh! "Idenc acaln.t MrS.m.ra In th.lr
observation made was to the effect; "V d.We I.hmldt came ! . Ano br I, that be , tninttlm f .locution'.
that the purpose of such an attack
was so apparent that it probably
over immediately. Te detective said
! that he hoped to make an arrest on
would do bimmons more gooa manithe clue furnShed by the special re-harm.
Two Notable Cases of Democratic
merican girl, even if she ien't bald- j ancr.
headed, can buy hair and add to her; The warrant against McNamara
own crop until her head iz az large j cnargeg him with murder and cora
az a flour (barrel. After puttin on j ri,cty !n tre dynamiting of tb I-o
a hat that cost a little fortune, a hat Angeles Times building and further
at least three feet in diameter, tbe.nlkff,M thnt hl WjlB connected with
Stopped Making Coflin to Kill a Man. j Americah girl iz plum out ov eight lhe cxl)0glon Qf the Lewelyn Iron
When the bill providing for the! Bluefield, W. Va.f April 24. At j shure enuff. But I was tellin about workg( Los Angelen. December 24,
publication of campaign expenses be-j cracker Neck, Russell County, Va.Jthe handsome soldiers called the 19 jo. Detertive Burn, in a Mate-
Richard Ball shot and killed Layfell j Mamelukes durin the reign of Queen aftcr the arrcft of 3!cNmara
Congressman Webb and Gudger
have paid their respects to Congress
man Kitchin and come to think
about it, they were not so respectful
William J. Bryan charges the
editor of the Richmond Times Dis
patch with being a tool of the inter
ests. Well, isn't he running a Dem
An exchange says that the North
Carolina delegation in Congress are
now in the lime-light. Yes, and in
the next campaign they will try to
use that lime for whitewash.
Blind Horse Kicked $200,000 in Dia
monds Flying in All Directions.
New York, April 21. The tradi
tional bull in a chinashop was run a
close second this morning by a horse
an aged and totally blind horse
which kicked his way through two
big plate glass windows of a jewelry
store at Maiden Lane and Broadway
and sent the $200,000 worth of dia
monds in the windows flying in all
directions. Precious stones by the
tens of thousands of dollars worth
were swept into the street, buried
in masses of finely broken glass.
Policemen had all they could do
to control the crowds which pushed
into the thick of the fray and watch
ed the proprietors and clerks of the
jewelry establishment in a mad
scramble to pick the gems out of the
debris and save everything possible.
The jewelers said it would take an
inventory to tell if anybody had scur
ried away with any of the gems.
fore the election was being pressed
by the Democratic leaders in the
House, an amendment was offered by
Representative Johnson, of Kansas,
a progressive Republican, providing
that campaign expenses incurred in
primaries as weli as at the election
should also be published. This prop-
ositon was so fair that it took thelof tne cniid.
Democrats by surprise and was!
adopted before the leaders could or- Another Deniocratic Presidential
ganize to oppose it j Boomlet.
Mr. Johnson nan snown now in a
The Wilmington Star says the
Democratic party is showing signs of
knowing when it is loaded. Stiil it
hasn't improved much as it seems
the party, or portions of it, gets
loaded every time they have a city
In the Nation th Democrats claim
to favor a reduction of the tariff.
Locally they favor raising the
tariff on what you raise in order to
make you pay more taxes to mn
Democratic "good government" in
The Democrats now use dentists
to extract stroing Ifeatures of the
laws before they are enforced. Sev-
eraL political dentists in the Legis
lature extracted all he "teeth" from
the anti-trust law and now Charlotte
democrats have elected a dentist for
Xorth Carolina Girl Finds. Check in
Bottle Cast Up by the Sea.
Pittsburg, Pa., April 22. A check
enclosed in a bottle and thrown into
the ocean from a vessel off the coast
of the Carolinas by a Pittsburger, on
March 18, just to see if it woud turn
up again, was received by the Lincoln
National Bank this week. The check
was for $1 and was made out to
"hearer." Pearl Etheridge, a 11-
year-old girl, of Kitty Hawk, N. C,
found the bottle near Kill Devil's
hill on th sea coast, april 12, and
sent the check to the hank and the
money was forwarded to her.
Twenty Girl Students Made Sick from
Oil in Milk.
Coshocton, O., April 21. Twenty
girl students of West LaFayette Col
lege, were taken violently ill early
today and President Back feared that
an epidemic had broken out when it
was discovered that college hoys as a
prank, had put oil in the milk of the
girls' dormitory. Physicians worked
with the girls all day. Eighteen of
them have recovered." The other two
are still very ill. Expulsions will
follow, if th guilty young men are
number of Southern Congressional
Districts there was no real fight at
the election between the Democratic
and Republican parties, but that the
real fight to determine who should
be Congressman from a certain dis
trict was carried on in the primaries,
and that at these primaries large
amounts of money were spent to get
the nomination, and that after that
not a cent was spent at the election.
There was no answer to this ar
gument, and therefor no one at
tempted to make an answer, but the
Democratic politicians soon recovered
themselves sufficiently to re-commit
the bill, and when the bill appeared
again this amendment had been
stricken out without any reason or
The progressive Republicans have
ever since been twitting the Demo
crats for their rank and bold incon
sistency in this matter.
Following this proposition, the
Democratic majority put through a
resolution to pay the members their
twenty cents mileage rake-off and
other important perequisites. Mr.
Mann, the minority leader, twitted
th Democrats by charging that they;
had been crying loudly for econo-!
my, hut when it cam to determine
their pet perquisites that they voted
themselves exactly the same that the
Republicans had been doing and
which the Democratic leaders had
been denouncing as extravagant and
The Free List Bill.
Following these propositions the
Democratic leaders prepared and pre
sented what they called a free list
hill. That bill is now under discus
sion in the House.
It was noticeable that when the
Democrats brought in their free list
hill and announced with a flourish of
trumpets that they had Included in
this hill only the articles covering
the prime necessities of life that
were largely used by everybody, and
especially the articles controlled by
th great trusts. 1 In running over
the list, however, it was noticeable
that sugar, one of the most widely
(Continued on page 5.)
McFarland yesterday because, as he j Aldor. The young men who com- faId further development were ex
alleges, McFarland interfered with i posed that portion ov the Egyptian ; pected to disclose the perpetrators of
him while he was preparing a burial j army came from Circassla, and with ex,,iogjons jtl this city. Omaha, Neb.,
casket for a child. Ball claims he! their fair, rosy complexions, their Columbus, Ind., and other place.
1 1 j r . tt cifrnH ! haoiiHfnl eves and h.iir. thev were in
xireu 1 11 fceu-ucieuac. "c ouncuti-! , . . . t ,t
marked contrast to the dark soldiers "'
who composed the bulk ov the army.. Detective Burn superintendent of
Twelve thousand young men were; Police Hyland and Chief of Delec
pcrchased" by the ruler ov Egypt t!ves IlolUe tonight found erenteen
in 1230 by the Sultan, Malek Selah, j. gticks of dynamite and two quart
who had succeeded Queen Aldor cans of nitro-glycerlne In a barn near
while the matter wuz bein consid-1 here owned by T. II. Jone. a itruc
ered, for things moved slowly in ; tural iron worker, which Jone ay
Egypt in the early days and a mat-j vs placed there last January by Me
ed to an officer after he had complet
ed the arrangements for the funeral
Indianapolis, Ind., Apr. 24. Lead
ing Democrats from over the State
rret here tonight and launched a t er ov tnat kjnd might be talked for vamara.
. -1 1 C T T I J dno . J ! . . .
presiaenuai uuum iur uimcu , a generation Deiore nits nnai aaop- f Burns ays Otto Mctionigie, wno
Senator John W. Kern, of Indian
apolis. A Kern presidential club was
organized and it is said similar clubs
will be organized throughout the
was arrested in Detroit yesterday told
him where these explosives could be
found and It was upon thi informa
tion that the search a made to-
Booker Washington and Associates
May Buy a Railroad.
Dallas, Tex., April 20. Booker T.
Washington, negro educator, and
negro financiers of the North are
planning to buy th International
Great Northern Railroad at the re
ceivership sale to be held In Pales
tine, Texas, on May 15th, according
to a report printed today. It is said
that Washington wilLattempt to op
erate the road with negro labor ex
clusively if he gets control.
No Decision Yet in Standard Oil and
Tobacco Trust Cases.
WTashington, iApril 24. Another
week will pass before decisions in
the Standard Oil and Tobacco trust
cases can be handed down by the
Supreme Court. None was handed
down today and the court announced
that on next Monday a recess will be
taken until May 15th and that the
terms will end on May 19 th.
tion. The Sultan caused hiz fore
most military leader to take extra
care in drillin the "pretty" soldiers,
and they became th special body
guard ov the Sultan. So far az I ! night. The dynamite and nitro-gly-know
he wuz th only ruler whoIcerjne were found burled under saw
selected soldiers because ov their j just In the barn,
beauty. In such a case the soldiers j Joneg tbe owner of the barn. ald
might justly be termed "band-box" f the explosives were placed there last
soldiers, a term often applied to tbejJanuarr 3nd tbat McNaroara and
boys in certain local military com- j other men made varJoug trjps to the
panies in our own country. The j barn wlln BuU caseSr but De dJd oot
Egyptian ruler certainly had a band . knQW tbe purpose cf their vliu.
of beautiful soldiers. But like the Jones gayg lhat Mcxamara rented bU
ancient soldiers ov Rome, they o-j barn and paid him $25 a month for
ten gave laws to their masters. Cn- itg UE ,t u gjluated about t bree
der the next ruler ov Egypt tbeiquarters cf a mile wegt of tbe cHy
Mamelukes "entered politics," az we; Jn gearcning the basement of th
say In North Carolina, became an bundnK where the union's oHces are
impediment w iue 'j located tonight, the oncers found 64
appointed Ibegh, one ov their ownone dozen 8mall aUrm dv, and a
number, Sultan of Egypt. And tbejleather case made to carry a ten
Mamelukes were strong for they j pound CSin cr nitro-glycerine.
were strong, ror tney ruieu rsypt
263 years. j mher ArrPU 3Ud'
Toward the end ov the twelfth
They nnany assassmaiea inejgUckg (about 0 pound3 Df dynamite.
1, Turan Shaw, in 125 1, and j 2Q0 feet of fu&e -00 dyDamte cap.
Appropriation BUI to Fight Boll
Washington, April 24. An appro
priation of $200,000 for the purpose
of fighting the ravages of the cotton
boll weevil is provided for In a hill
introduced today by Representative
Tribble, of Georgia. The Secretary
of Agriculture is authorized by the
bill to direct the work.
New Minister to Switzerland.
Washington, April 2 4. President
Taft today sent to the Senate the
nominations of Henry S. Boutenn,
Illinois, minister to Switzerland, Ed
win V. Morgan, New York, minister
to Portugal, and . V. Swensen, Min
nesota, minister to Norway.
century BIbars and Naser Mahomet
each tried a hand at rulin Egypt,
but they didn't last long. t About this
date the Sultan Calib wuz awlso on
the throne, for a brief period, and
hit wuz durin hiz reign when the
city of St. John d'Acre wuz taken
from the Christians. The attack wuz
fierce and th defence brave; but the
Mussulmans obtained possession of
Acre, and the whole ov Palestine, in
1291, after much money had been
spent and many lives sacrificed in
the wars and victories ov the cru
sade. Soon afterwards, the Knights
ov Templars departed for Europe;
but those of St. John formed a set
tlement in the Island of Rhodes.
From this secure retreat they made
many short trips Into Egypt and
caused much trouble, bein able to
retreat before any considerable force
could he collected to oppose them.
Indeed, about this time the county
(Continued on page 3.)
Chicago, April 22. James' Mc
Namara and Ortie E. McManlgal
charged by detective William J.
Burns with being Implicated In the
dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times
building yesterday. They were turn
ed over to the chief of police and a
detective of Los Angeles and left to
night for Los Angeles.
The men were arrested by Detec
tive Reed and BIddlnger of the police
department, who were assigned three
weeks ago to aid Burns In his search
for th men.
Union 31en nave Officers Arrested
for Kidnapping. '
Indianapolis, Ind., April 24. '
Walter Drew, counsel for the Erec
tors' Association; W. J. Ford, Assist
ant District Attorney of Los Angeles,
and Frank Fox chauffeur, were ar
rested tonight on affidavits charging
them with having kidnapped J. J.
McXamara, secretary and treasurer
(Continued on page 2.)