C -AXJ C A. S I .N o
RALEIGH, N. C, THURSDAY. JULY 20, 1911.
fniTORIAL BRIEFS THE RAINBOW CHASERS
CHARGES AGAINST Ml. WILEY.
WORE PEACE TREATIES
.t:ni:t.t m; t ii $uaiVK
TWENTY DIE IN UltlE
t x'. um s BO-m to be the
:, though several of the
.viT got thflr stories
Democrats arc Exceedingly
Anxious to Investigate
the Other Fellow
HAVE FOUND NOTHING
rolina will not prosper as ;
v,- until h'?r people learn to,
j Friend of tiw lure Food Eifw-rt Kay
f Tht nly Ctiarge Agltt Him I
: TluU Ilr 11mm V.ulutml tle Law.
j Washington, D. C. July It.
j There Is great Indignation throughout.
' the entire nation as the result of the
effort to railroad oat of offiee Dr. II.
W Wiley, the great pure food expert England Showt Friendship
whose offense is that has fought
fraud and insisted on the enforce
ment of the law.
Telegrams are pouring Into the
Great Brititn and Japan He
vise and Renew Their
All Meet Death ta an Explo
aioa in a PcnatylviaU
jul'-iKh News and Obserrer no,
. 1 V, nu:
rt-U-TK TO I lie UimiBU'Jiu kJCkiij ,
. he subsidized News." Why?
owever, Their Investigating Will Doj
No Harm Tlie Democratic Sena- White House protesting against the
torial Struggle In This State Sinv-
technical charge that has been
xrhaRge says that blockaderg'
active. Probably the Demo-;
lr sheriffs are not active enough.
Who wa? it that said, "All men are!
..s- Vh n you trace him down,
vo ; il hnd that he was a Demo-'
hfftitfht AP1nt T lr u IIav tA nr t
tnons Cutting a Sorry Spectacle ! the other end of the avenue a com-
Kitfhin'K Friend Also Worried ; mlttee of Congressmen will Investl-
gate the motives of the men back of
Ayeock'A HandicapClark Look- tne Government service.
ing for an Open Trail Each One Representatives Doughton. of the
. , .... - Eighth District, is a member of the
im-.r tn nuiuau' lor Commlttee on Expenditures in the Japanese alliance has been modified
It Is Now fractlcaily CrrsUa That
Neither England Nor Japan Will
Ever Go to War WlOi the Cftllml
States The New Treaty Will
Likely Facilitate the Extrusion of
the Arbitration Movement Eng
land I1mwhJ With New TreaUe.
London, July 14. The Anglo-'
I jvmJih iwJ4 KJii a Ik
rrmm as fai t m Wwriu
WasLl&gloe, U C. Jsly IT Tfc
tia of Sweater Jc?h it. 7er?ll.
of Gru. forts ally mtts
from the roil ef tSe ti4y
"This ri5a folkS a ttefrt from
lh Ueorrta Nestor to Use Vir-Ir
Ident rt-rlrd this ttoraiag. ta !iic&
he said that i&ssuch as his
sor had bea elected by the tWorgts Wa NrfrnU lfor lWe th
Iflslsture his term of ofe had e
pi red with the eltloa. Tits raawi
the Democrats to ks oa vofe ta the
Senate until Gottraor Hoe Sisilh
qualifies as his successor.
Senator Tfrrell's t!cram read:
RESCUE WAS DIFFICULT
(Special to The Caucasian.)
Agricultural Department that will to exclude the United States from
j make the Investigation on behalf of Great liritain'a possible enemies, and
! Congress. Mr. Doughton is in favor the life of the alliance has been ex-
Washington, D. C, July 18, 1911.5 of making a thorough probe Into the tended nearly six years by the new
When will Congress adjourn Is the! sitaution and finding out the motives version of the treaty which Sir Ed-
tli .. question that is now uppermost witbJ of thoso who have gone after the ward Gray, the British Secretary of
1S a "epuoiican. inen;every one whether in Congress or outi Pure food expert. Foreign AfTalrs. and Count Kato. Jap-
,v(. r,.st of us have been laboring un-, of it It wag announced a few days! Dr. Wiley has made the fight to anese Ambassador at London, signed
r a 'ii'Hion, and things are not, ago that an agreement had been;Protct the stomach of the nation yesterday.
u-'- --m. leacneu ueiween me democratic ana i usdiuut, tuts eua: m juic wuu uui- uu wo
i Itepublican leaders of the Senate to terated food stuffs and he has been signed August 12, 1905, included
f thr. rw.morrat1n nanrs av: vote on all bills and adiourn bv the ! fought at every angle by violators eight articles and a preamble. Arti-
"My successor as t. S.
ator was elected by the lNTUla
lure of Georgia last Wdce4ay.
It is my opinion that this elec
tion terminated my term of of
fice, but to remove all doubt. I
Mnt my resignation last Friday
to Governor Smith and mailed
you a copy of the same. This
resignation is irrevocable and I
have so notified Governor Smith.
I will be jtlad for you to Instruct
the secretary to strike my name
from the roll of Senators."
Just when Governor Smith will
come to Washington U not known.
that tKe tax increase Is very gratify
Well, wait until you hear from
:h- voferF next fall! ' House his warfare on the adulteration of attack or aggressive action, wherever! im of what Mr. Terrell said was one
1 i f j a. -v iitii -A o fiinf Vk n a .1 U . . . 1 tT cr f no f rQ rt r crra v ? i l f ife r w in
It seems that thev want more time l"18 Proauci- ur- wney tomes neai- anem6, uu wb jiaiiui auj uiuer yyw; - j . v...urk
tn trv tn Hif nn rr mnn,.f'.t,.ra el ediuiufe uib Bdiai; tuan ujr uvue. "v''c 1 -
first of August. This agreed Senate1 of the law. cie two or the original agreement, of " now up io mm xo cnoose
program, however, was objected to! The whiskey trust has been vicious special Interest to the nited States, between leaving the Democratic party
hv the 'nrnnnrL ia!irinr. f 1 in its oDDosition to him because of read: "If by reason of unprovoked : in the S'nate short one vote, in a
if th y kH'ji on charging up Sim-
n-r,:.s to the Republicans, it will beipaign thunder for the Presidential 1 employe In the entlre Government . should be involved in war in defense
u: to the Republicans to sue out a election next year. service. He could make many times of its territorial rights or special in-
1 j his present salary in private life, but terests mentioned in the preamble of
execute as Governor.
Many Nosing Committees.
South Carolina is under the rule! ProDably never bfore in the his-1 Public.
tory or tne uovernment nave there!
f "red-shirt" Democracy, and a
; been organized as many nosing and s THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES
prominent citizen of Atlanta saysprobing committees looking in every j
South Carolina is ruled by criminals. department of the Government, and;pjve states in the Union Will Hold
A resolution will be introduced in
he has goven his valuable life to the this agreement, the other contracting; the Georgia Legislature requesting
party will at once come to the assist-j Hoke Smith to reslgi as Governor
ance of its ally and will conduct the; and to assume his duties as Senator,
war in Mmmnn anA moi-a tvooa in i It i central 1 v believed that Hoke
. . . J &u u u u unc l v-7 4Ai ' ' 0 - , . fc
- : cilotv nnnr rn Ihn fin f .1 j m rr,.r
Smith s bitter enemy. ex-(.overnor ; . " " " "
tne macmnery began to run wild. It
was surmised there was trouble be-
crr tWkl Itmwt) ttae jcrk o
Um ArrtiWu hKftt Wmm HtU aswl
a Half 1 nn Mmlh 4 lW tls
Ttn tV4lrw Wrrr CVllm U
the Mtmtr o the Mia l IUr
IhiN.ls, Pa. Jely 14 Tat;-o
tslnrr r. kllir-d ie as eis!oiaa la
the shsft f tb tsde Cos! A C
Co. ml5 l SkrUtr. talts
from her. Utt tig at. Tfc atloalon
"furrrJ at S 30, but it sfur
midnight Ufor 9!ae ttt of the
dlfct-r ktsomn. AH of the d4
but t b tr ar forlf ner Tt
: plosion a iltcht. sg ri4cR(Ni by
th Hi s 3 i dmf dune in th talti.
but the dradly afterdansp Is MwipoB
ilbl for txi0t of the drkthft
Thre srts vt brothrrs and a fa
ther and son ar numbered :r. i t
ithe dead. Georgr and John itrk
;and Nick Paveilck and h I!-jrar-
old son were found by th menrr
ocked in each other s arm as
though they embraced eaeh other In
their dying momenta
None of the bodie pr? mutilated.
Eleven of the men ere found near
The first intimation of the, explo
sion, at the surface, was whn the
mutual agreement with it." smun s bitter enemy.
This clause made it possible that Joe Brown, will be elected Governor
in the event of war between tho Unit- of Georgia. Smith wants the Sen-
indeed committees organize to run , Varies ,o FJect I)elegates to Xa- ' the T : a orMp? but d. not nt o re. ,n but it ... .,t midnight
The News and Observer says that! after any suggestion or rainbow, to
ex-Governor Glenn would make a
pood President. Well, he would have
to do better as President than he did
As next year is campaign year,
Messrs. Bryan and Glenn will prob
ably take a vacation from their
preaching tours and help to boil the
A head-line in Tuesday's News and
Observer says: "Dr. Faison returns
to national capital with ammunition."
Probably some he had left over from
the last "red-shirt" campaign.
The great increase in the tax valu
ation of property may be very gratify
ing to the Democratic office-holders
in the State, but it certainly is not
gratifying to the tax-payers.
A Democratic exchange reminds its
readers that "Charity covereth a
multitude of sin." Does that mean
that the Democratic politicians want
the people to look on their acts with
Now, there is one thing sure, eith
er Mr. Simmons, Mr. Eller, Mr. Dan
iel, or Mr. Maxwell, or all of them,
are mistaken about that "free lum
ber" plank in the Democratic platform.
Even the Democratic politicians
say now that Kitchin has failed to do
anything to curb the trusts in this
State, and they might add that the
State's Attorney-General has not done
If there were twenty-five Demo
rats after the place of Corporation
Commissioner, wonder how many
candidates there will be for all the
State offices next summer? Many are
Predicting that there will be a lively
News and Observer intimates
Try strongly that Governor kitchin
and Senator Simmons have abused
the nfidence of the people who vot
ed for them. But, when was a Dem
ratic Politician ever known to stand
011 his platform?
The Democrats have raised the ax
valuatioa of property to pay for the
ncreased salaries and new offices they
ave been creating, and if there is
any surplus they will find a few more
patriots to whom they can give more
Governor Avrnr-v i .
ais candidacy for th qo
at he st0Qd squarely Qn the Demo
or, Platfm- U Wil1 n n
er for Governor Aycock to explain
tariff onDfDlK Whethr he 13 for a
ui ior iree lumber.
find something rotten to expose for
These committees are, of course.
Democratic committees, and have
been appointed by the Democratic
House. There must be more than
twenty-five or thirty of these commit
tees, all at work hunting for some
thing. It only takes a suggestion or
rumor that somebody said that some
body else said or thought that there
was something that might be investi
gated somewhere, and at once a new
investigating committee is appointed,
armed with clerks, stenographers and
lawyers, and away they go campaign
So far these committees have been
greatly disappointed. But no matter
what the purpose is that actuates
these committees, .there is no one ob
jecting to their course, and in the
long run it will no doubt do good. If
there is any rottenness anywhere it
should be found and exposed, and if
there is not any, it Is a good thing
for the investigations to be made to
prove that it does not exist.
The Democratic Senatorial Struggle
in This State.
A prominent North Carolina Re
publican, who was here on yesterday,
said that from the best he could learn
on reaching Washington that Sim
mons, in his effort to explain his vote
for protection on lumber, had cut as
sorry a spectacle here as in North
Carolina. One thing is certain, and
that is that the leading Democrats
here utterly repudiate the position
taken by Senator Simmons. His
democracy is to-day as much a ques
tion as that of Bailey and other mon
This North Carolina Republican,
commenting upon the Democratic
Senatorial campaign in North Caro
lina, said that it now looked as if
each one of the four candidates for
the Senate would soon have to bring
out his own candidate for Governor,
and that therefore we are liable to
soon have the spectacle of four can
didates for Governor as well as four
candidates for the Senate, grouped off
in running mates.
He said the situation was begin
ning to warm up in many respects;
that already the friends of .one can
didate for the Senate were charging
that another Democratic candidate!
for the Senate had been forced to
run to the Greensboro Daily News for
support as an organ, while the friends
of that Democratic candidate charged
the friends of another Democratic
candidate with being in a more piti
able fix in that he was handicapped
and cursed with the support of Jose
ph us Daniels and the Raleigh News
and Observer, while the other two
candidates seemed to be without an
organ and more or less at sea.
This Republican also said that the
publication of the letter of Senator
Lockhart exposing the inconsistency
of Governor Kitchin and, his betrayal
of his pledges on the anti-trust ques
tion were causing no little worry
among the friends of that candidate
for the Senate.
As to Judge Clark, he said that
everybody was still speculating as to
what he was doing, and how and
where he would come out in the race.
tional Conventions First
tions of the Kind.
Great Britain would be turned as Governor until he accomplishes
against their cousins on this side ofnis program.
(Washington Dispatch to New York j the Atlantic. To make impossible' '
Evening Post. such a contingency a revision of the SEVERAL TO SHUT IM)WN".
In five States next spring there will1 tref ty has been urged in high places'
be held Presidential primary elections and an Associated Press dispatch ; About Six TluHaml ,eraUve Are
to choose delegates to the Republican fora Tokio on llth forth Thrown Out of Employment,
and Democratic National Conventions , that Japan, convinced that a war with: Boston, Mass.. July 17. In addi-
when rescuers could enter the mine.
It took some time to get to the
scene of the accident, a mile and a
half from the opening, because the
I rescuers were obliged to carry oiy
gen with them.
All but four of the bodies were
, brought to the foot of the shaft early
but were kept there until all were
md to declare the preferences of the!(he Vnited st?tes was beyond belief,! tion to the many hundreds throw'n i rcovered. Four bodies were burled
rntPrs of both oarties for candidates eadlly agreed to such a qualification ; out of work during the past few'.,.. ,
voters of both oarties for candidates! ' Bieu iu sum a quauueauou out of work during the past few
for the Presidency. These Presiden-!of the treaty as would make possible ! weeks nearly 6,000 employes of New
tial primaries will be the first everia Permanent arbitration treaty be- j England mills have been notified that
held in the United States, and the aao ana America.
delegates to the National Convention
selected under them will be the first
sn chosen. The Presidential nrimarv
idea had its origin in Oregon, but!cide with Public expectations and the at Wakefield, that the annual shut-
has been adopted in North Dakota, grediesi saraciion s leit mat tne down will take place August 19th
beneath a cave-in In a heading and
were not recovered until late to-day.
The State iolice from Punxvutaw-
Aunougn u nas not Deen expecteo ' periods ranging from three weeks to' f th ahnf. nn 'uon tua unt,'
that the revision would be so speed- an indefinite length. Notices were w brouEht out thZ was Ht Z
ily arranged, the changes made coin- posted in the Harvard Knitting Mills. .J ""!
officials nor mine inspectors are able
to assign a cause for the explosion.
ere are no survivors from
Wisconsin, Nebraska and New JerseyJ distastful Possibility of Great Britain and work will be resumed September; h
., . -r-. . boiner drawn into a conflict hptwppn ru v... i Ann v i r
ail OI wnicn nave tresiaentiai pri- , ; " -Ji". auuul i.vw iuub aitr aucvi which to train an omlanation hut it
mary laws based on the Oregon to.!Jr and ,he Un,ted States no long-; thl order. In Olneysvl.le the flve,, l"TrX ZXlTln ..f h.
North Dakota will be the first State
i plants of the Joslin Manufacturing
men drilled Into a pocket of gas. The
shaft Is known as a non-gaseous one
and Fireboss John Brown reports he
r,,.- . v, ; v, s . .j 1 : i. 1 . wan mruuKU lue utrauiuK wticrw i u
elections in the States that have;1" " " - wiuu aB More tnan two tnousana persons j .TnlMlftfl rrmA Ilt Mn hntir
next spring to have a popular vote on Sir Edward Grey is the recipient of! company closed for three weeks, duel
candidates for President and Vice- "edri congratulations on me sue-. to depression in business. About 1,-
President. Dates for the primary Cssrul and Prompt negotiation of the.j 50o operatives are affected
adopted the so-called Presidential ly to facilitate the extension of the j are thrown out of employment in
preference law are as follows: North, "UIlIlw,u
Dakota, March 19; Wisconsin, April !tnes-
2; Nebraska, April 17; Oregon, April;
19; New Jersey, May 28. VETERANS OBJECT TO "RED-
The popular vote in these States! SHERTERS.
for a President and Vice-President
will be awaited, naturally, with an ! Confederate Veterans of South Caro
unusual degree of interest. Senator! Una Refuse to Hold Reunion With
Bourne has gone so far as to say that ! the Red-Shirts.
the preference exhibited by these;
States will determine the candidates
to be selected by the National Con-j
ventions. No fear is expressed by:
those who have made the Presidential
preference law one of their principles
that the forces in control at the Na-
tional Conventions will refuse to seat
delegates from these five States, elect-'
ed and instructed by popular vote in-1
! fore and found no trace of gas.
1J14 l"c j six men working in another head-
Company I, satisfactory conditions Jn Qf tfae mJne at Umm of ht
in the rubber business are said to be acc,deat knew nothlnt of the plo.
the cause. Jslon until the compressed air stop-
W?n of ordere coste; th A,,c nd j ped their drills and one man waa
Millville mills of the Woonsocket knocked from h rock dr1L
Rubber Company, at Woonsocket, R. j
I., for a month, thereby putting out'
more than 2,300 people. ! Xo Xew ,n Xew york.
Designer of the Confederate Crowi of; ew York, July 17. The cholera
Honor Parses Away at Adrancel situation at quarantine Is reassuring
Age; to-night to Dr. Alvah H. Doty, health
officer of the port, and assistants.
During the last 24 hours there has
been one death, but no new cases
have been reported and several of
Columbia, S. C, July 18. The
dates for the Confederate Aeunion
here were changed this afternoon by
the local committee in charge to Au-i
Kust 22-23 from Aueust 9-10. Noth-i Atlanta, Ga., July 16. Mrs. Sarah i
ing is said about the cause in the j E. Gabbett, known throughout the
official statement issued, but the fact! South as the designer of the Cross of
is that the veterans did not takes Honor of the Confederacy soldiers of ; lg pergons n the Swnburne
kindly to the, plan to hold a red-shirt aor, u.eu at er uuui ur ; iBland HospiUl are reported conva-
stead of being elected and instructed!
by State Conventions.
If the expected Interest attaches to i
these Presidential primaries, next;
years' political campaign will begin
in March, before the North Dakota;
with thoir'tnis morning, irs. uaooen. waa o
j years old and formerly lived in Sa-
. . . swollen within the next few days,
she was held, Mrs. Gabbett several i t 4 . , . .
lescent. Some of those now suffer
ing from the plague are seriously ill,
however, and the death list may be
Train Wrecked on the Southern
Seven Hurt. ; . " ... ; The painstaking task of making
Five "I".", t':: 'fV: bacteriological examinations in the
each of the 6,000 persons from the
steamer Moltke and upon the Peru
gia was begun to-day. To-night Dr.
Aeronaut Drops in the Ocean. Doty Usued a gUtement saying that
Asheville, N. C, July 13. Five eoid cr0Ss 'of honor by the Confeder-
primaries, and will continue without j cars heavily loaded with stone, broke ate veterans of Georgia,
cessation through April and Hay,, loose on a steep grade from a shifting j
while Wisconsin, Nebraska, Oregon j engine this afternoon at Granite
and New Jersey are naming their ; Quarrv. on the Yadkin branch of the
choice of candidates. Of course, the I Southern Railway, ran out onto the1 Asbury, Park, July 17 Within ten; he regarded the situation as satls
campaign will he in full blast in June 1 main line and crashed head-on Into - feet of the high-water mark on the j factory.
all over the country- The Republican
National Convention will be held dur
ing that month.
train No. 23, bound for' beach near Deal, A. J. Roberts, an
MONTGOMERY VOTES WET.
n..if a AWfT tr Yi r cfrt HaH In Vi a HI ft r Ht A I .
jaiisDury io isorwooa, v., severely , " " ' 7 5 PltUburg Shipping Steel to tfke Pana-
injured Engineer A. J. Heilig, of Nor-1 balloon from New York Saturday for, ma Canal,
wood: slightly hurt elx passengers! Philadelphia, was found unconscious,
! and gave the others a bad shaking! early Sunday. Roberts was forced to; ituburg. Pa., July 15. Many
I up. The fireman saved himself bys pull the rip cord of Ala gas bag when; ton of tteel rolled by the Jones aad
" i jumping ' his gasoline gave out and he found i uKoa ateei wjmpanj ana lamea
Returns Show a Majority of 1,7001 The locomoUve of the passenger! that he was being carried out to sea over to the McCllntoch-Marshall
for Saloons. j trfl,n WQO ,Arnnu0iv mn!i.hoH. thei during the night. He dropped Into ! Construction Company of this city,
Montgomery. Ala., July 17.-With track torn up for some distance and! the ocean half a mile from shore and , 5f thlpwd from .dv to tb.
eight small country beats to hear the stone cars wrecked. One of the. wa e oescs, am '-r rTr ,J
peculiarities of the accident was the gioie was swept on snore oy me mu. ,.-s..v-.., Vk Vk
demolishing of the baggage car next Ttf ' .? 7'
to the engine, leaving the baggage- Democrats Just Won't Keep Their Joreca8t the compleUon of the wa
man unharmed. Promises. j er2Ta " . . ,
l iue sieet leaving uere 10-cay com
from, Montgomery County to-day
voted wet by a majority of ' 1,667.
The vote for dispensary was smaller
than the vote for prohibition.
Russell County, on the Georgia
border opposite Columbus, went wet
by a large majority in to-day's election.
Says Kentucky is for Taft.
Washington, D. C, July 17. Sen
ator Bradley, of Kentucky, called at
the White House to-day to tell Presi
dent Taft that the Kentucky Repub
lican State Convention would endorse
him for the nomination in the 1912
I Raleigh News and Observer.
Two North Carolina Soldiers Killed (
t El Paso. Texas. !
El Paso, Texas, July 16. While
asleep on the track of the Texas and
Pacific Railroad here. Privates James
C. Swann and Frank Rlgsbee, Twenty-third
United States Infantry, were
struck by a freight train this morn
ing. Swann was instantly killed and
Rlgsbee was badly injured. Both men
enlisted In the army from North Car
Mr. Simmons failed us in the war
i against the' tariff and Mr. Kitchin
failed us in the war against the
trusts. And both were committed to
eternal warfare against these robbers
of the people.
The Democrat wjio does not fight
trusts,' subsidies and protection aban
dons the three chief duties of a Dem
ocrat. It is sad to reflect that some
leaders forget these duties when call
ed to-high places.
prised finished pieces for the gates.
Prominent Physician Sent to New
York to Fight Cholera.
Mobile, Ala.. July 17. Er. H. Von
Ezdorf, in charge of the United
States Marine Hospital at Mobile,
one of the most expert bacteriolo
gists in the Government service, has
been ordered to New York for ser
vice In connection with the outbreak
of cholera there. He is now ea fbute.
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