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RALEIGH. N. C. THURSDAY, AUGUST lO. 1911.
No. 31 -
PEACE TREATIES SICiSED.
THEY REPUDIATE BRYAtl
IlritUh Tart l Signed ljr Secretary
Knot and tijr ,mbaJr !tryr-
flu Trra.tr With France.
Washington, D. C, Au? 3. Pre$-
;o'itSclan seem dent Taft's Ion?; dream of a genera!
Durham as their arbitration treaty with leading pow
ers of the world came true this af-
Democratic Leader in the
House Denoucces the
ternoon. when, a few minutes after
3 o'clock, the moat sweeping conven
tions for international peace ever
SOME MORE DIRTY LINEN
Mr. rndrvoo4 h-4 re4 t
grits fro Mr. ISfTc to 1U?refc-,
U!le Jsm. of Ktucky. tra&ssatt
t;r.g congratulation to Mr. is4-r
"for hi rt work."
'The iat!3ift froa
!ti not thiak ! tfylr.g to protM
tlontie the IVaaorratie party tfcea
aid Mr. t'n Semooi. "it sot US
UI I differed ith him oa the woolen
schedule that be changed hi salr.J."
"The gentleman fco hat issued
that statement. Mr. William J itrjan.
Review has read
A , . . ... ... o.
drawn up or attempted between two liryan i.iarge- Mnsnrai i. w ; of Nebraska." said Mr. Underwood.
wood With Opposing Reduction charge that the Chairman of the
Tlii ays ana eant ,uaiumifr,
untrles were signed at the White
st the treaty between the Unit-
out of the party ed
o il the light.
"8 and Great Britain was sign
ed itaneougly in duplicate by
.Secretary of State Knox and James
, x-iRerated ego" Bryce. the British Ambassador. Then!
i ' , . ... Secretary Knox affixed his signature
k w.ry bad complaint. von-(to France thJ dupn.
re is any cure for it? cate being signed in Paris at the
' j game hour by J. J. Jusserand, the
;r ice Craven says that Gov-; Frencn Ambassador.
hai been weigneu iu, jr uacon, American Aiuudssduui
. . i , t . . t . i
,om . " la .lh .merest of a protectee tariff.
Time IteratiM lntknod l In-; nm4 ej this House Into line that are
NINE PRIZES OFFERED IN TUZ
CAUCASIAN'S POPULARITY CONTEST
ExcepUonal Opportunity tor the Lcdies in teth
District to Win Valuable Prizes Clip tte
Nomination Dlanli in This Issne and Ge! an
f any Democrat in the
a.tMi in Ttu Industrie -UrT- unworthy
" ' land,
an Says Uie lnniakln of the ..jJul j know jt u false. Mr. Sjeak-
IIoue Iiewter Will Srve a luefuller. You know it faie. and so do the
. lt i Democrats of this side of the House.
Pun Underwood Brands Hry-? mugt couatry know it
i is false. The gentleman from e-
! hmka mti that my leadership o
Washington, D. C, August -. s this ide of the House couid not stand
an a Falsifier.
' j fnund wanting. I to France, was Instructed to witness! standing upon chairs, waving hand-h .he QpeQ There
s. tiod t.Uao. ft?r 4la-1 With ry isWfij'.lia
moiid ring and four o!d att&es Cufalsa is ti'a hea kk4 far
to gire aay. Thr are foitieiyj touon i tot a cr.Aia asaW ?
no strings to this offer tor ar e votes. fcr4lfeg to tk Wafta
Indian givers or Greeks hearttg stthtcrlptiotit This Is iplls4 --
bearinc rifts The whole story in a sre, ya rouoai
nut-shell is simply this . We are la-j before date of eipiratSoa.
auxurating ith thi isue of The printed oa ea coupon
the roune ladles ot tne Maie
The date on skb th &UU
the slening in tne Krencn t oreign j kerchlers ana yeiung ai iuc 1. "' irratic member here
. , f th namo- Office, and Vicomte de Saint Phalle,! their voices Democratic Uepresenta-u h t lf for one rooment I mis
liimoH tt nrenta.tive . . . .. t .... r ihu
NOrin Varuil , ...l , V, a!rn i n cr i; a.,... tr I'n.Urtt'nnH nf Alabama. .... i ... ; . ,tnml,iitlAn I
-ror." or that their
I Secretary Knox. i Demoxratlc leader 01 tne ttout.t ufa gend my resjsnatl0n to tne
The ceremonies took place in the,; when ho fired a verbal broadside ttj speaker's desk."
White House library in the presence! William J. Bryan for criticising his. B h M Underwood and Mr.
)t of the cotton mill men , of president Taft, who immediately j position on extension of the tari re- jKitchin were greeted with deafening
signed messages transmitting the con-, vision program, itwas tne moi fe-jclieerSi Speaker Clark repeatedly
ventions to the Senate. markable scene in the House since! I)PUnalng hS gavel to restore order.
The treaty with Great Britain will ! the beginning of the extra session ofj Mr Kltchin confirmed Mr. Under
wood's statements in every respect.
that Mr. Bryan naci
ItSt Bill s
The'eiMre Is tainted tj th boltoa 0?
not a Demo- 4Umoaj rings andUach ballot, and If th haa f
that does not f(jur RoM UAl(brs m b given Jplred the ballot UI aot h eoaat4.
to the nice oung ladies securing the A nomination blank roams tor
highest nlt.e scores in the final count
ing of the votes polled during the
Carolina voted for Demo
trade, but now they are
deliverance. become effective immediately upon j Congress.
" " Shinp- ratified, but the agreement! Kxcoriating the
three times can-
1 and declared
Farmers rree i'i with France cannot De maae eaecuvo, aiaate oi iue uviuvv.ia - J launched his criticism wuuuut
" -mAins that the farmers will; until the exchanges are made, and Presidential honors, Leader unaer-jing any speCiflc information as to
'. i. '. t - ,1 A V.ncgonnr Til a. i . A Innnn nnr1 l T MT Van S Staie"" .i i I .n.iniio ViqI nno
nrnrlllt? IT 1 Secretary rvllUi auu n.lxiva.ooa.xyji " UUU ucuuuuw- WUai lUr V a u v- n o
serand slKn eacn omer s uupncdic. menis as iaise, uciduc
contest. Votes are issue on sub
scriptions to The Caucasian and for
coupons? clipped fiom each issue, be
The oiano. a S I0 Shoninger. e
purcha! from the Darnell & Thomas
Piano Company and the diamond
rink's and watcne from the Jolly
Wynne Jewelry Company. The good
'Standing of thee leading Halelgh
Votes cannot b bought; they sail
be rllppl from tb paper or sctjr4
Vote e-rured by ono coaitaal
cannot be tranferred to another.
T1k Voting Tlle.
During the first two wki of th
contest ending August 24th. so can
didate ill Uf permitted to rota
more than 10.000 totet a week mom
than the highest candidate had la tha
to give away
;; becomes a law.
ill be remembered that the
ia nlr in a big
ana uuscuci - --
and an unreasonable trust at
PRESIDENT OF HAITI FLED.
Senator Lockhart says that none
of tbe Governor's statements are wor
th r of belief
Sought Refuge on Ship Amid Riotous
4th tha limit will
Isn't it awful to have
:b a Chief Executive
... r Vot tVlft
The Baltimore suu wja ,
outh needs no .more fire brands in
the Senate. Which is to say, that
Vardaman is in the wrong pew.
Has the News and Observer been
subsidized? If not, what has be
come of all those rotten cross-ties
that paper once delighted in telling
its readers about?
Port Au Prince, Aug
olution in Haiti has triumphed. Pres
ident Antoine Simon fled the capital
to-day and took refuge on board e
Haitien cruiser Seventeenth Decem
bre. formerly the yacht American.
With him are his wife and children
and a number of his followers.
On all sides the capital is invested
by followers of General Firmin, one
of the revolutionary leaders.
The city itself is in the hands of a
committee of safety and there is no
wood's) attitude as to revision of the!
iron and steel tariff schedules and;
said Bryan had placed upon every j
Democratic member implications un
f,,HQri in fxct H called on hi3
i i u U U U VI ...
i r inllaacrnoe nf the Ways
and Means uommuiw vui
RRYAX MAKES REPLY.
Says UnderwKMl Should 1h Unma-k-
imI Has Other tliarges Against
the Democratic House Ixader.
rwnirn 111.. Aug. 3. Voluntarily
Mnnni an altlit ional guarantee
of the exceptional' value of the prizes previous week's publication
nroud of After August
u. ;.,M invito vou to in- b raUed S.000 each week until out
.K.m - th hrn nf the twoheek before the end. at which Uta
Fayetteville Street concerns mention- the restriction will be removed alto
ed. The Caucasian Is proud, too, be-Uether and candidates may vot a
ieaime f the ounortunlty afforded to they choose during me last wee.
do something a little better than it s!nuld a Tie Occtir.
" .. . .. .. Kronrl him as a "TaiSiner Oil iue, hinui uwirs m , , . v. tn- .r-
Vitrhin. oi ?sOrtn varoiiuii, i ... . , i canutuaic uw u ou.
rinrntoH friend of Bryan. Mr. floor of Congress. William Jennings, Xo K K.nso to randitlate. ln accepting nomination all candl
1U"6 " . . . i t ,1-,,. nliorl tn thP attaCK; 1 . . . .km,. th
. . . j Hot- onv. ill 11 iw-uaj i . . . i . .. I r. I naioi mull iirr vu uic "7
jvuciuu eAyiwocu .t - . int0n(!P(l tn eive io enter iuia 1 .
n,ot Chm,td so malien Mr. Ln- anu uet'c.cu . or wm entail no ex- above conauions.
r i .t x u I- u iu w w i . v-v t. j v lie? i iim ill j . r mi i. i i - -
Democratic leaaer oi me n-... . - - fioertn
derwood and the party.
whatever to you. A reason-
It all came about from a publlsh-j an eany oupu. ftt of your leisure tlme de-
ed interview, which purported to brother things Co m voted to tb
"authorized" by Mr. Bryan, declar ,- Mr. Brjan R" L make caslan is all
e lnieresis oi uc v--
that is required.
general aisoruei. Au-U.6"c . Democratic Leaaer uuuei B - - - exceptional opportunity-
shots were heard, but these are be V! " J nnmaaked " 'public the information on which the This is an "epuo
. . , i Underwood was unmasseu. , u ti0 rtopinrpd for vou to win a J4UU ijnoninger
lieved to have been fired only in cele- Chairman Under- editorial was based. He dec glared wr
bration of the revolutionary victory, wo0708ing an immediate effort' that the information on which the shngno c In wfnnlng
None of the foreign battleships have eX " and steel schedule : editorial was founded Uken , you should not
landed thelr bluejacket. The de- real Underwood said the from a Wash ton ispatdi publish- p
Governor Kitchin is getting a lot
of advertising that he didn't contract
for, but the other candidates need
not worry, for their time is coming
in tbe bitter by and by.
It seems that there is another scan
dal in connection with the adoption
of the text-books of the State. Are
the school children to again suffer at
the hands of the politicians?
narture of the aged President was
not without disorder, however, for as
he was embarking at the wharf there
was a riotous demonstration in whicn
the ex-President's chamberlain, Dep
uty Prine of Jeremie, and five other
persons, were killed, and Clementina
Simon, his daughter, and six other
person were wounded.
TO RUN TRACKLESS TROLLEYS.
Brvan interview. "Speaker clarK;ea d aa u.aua . ;r f , in A gold
and other tariff reformers tried to se-; "at report ran ! h is yours for an absurdly small
cure the passage of a resolution in-; Mr. Brjan. Jf PoathP r.-lamount of work of pleasant work.
If Governor Kitchin wasn't satis
fied with the anti-trust law passed by
the Legislature, why did he endorse
it and defend it, and if it was effec
tive, whv hasn't he enforced it?
structmg the Ways and Means com--"." "';","- ad deny it too. .Vine priies In all are onerea
xnittee to take up other schedu.es. ; Port j before to ; by The Caucasian. Now. don't you
Including the iron and steel schedule, " the report is corre i
but Underwood and Fitzgerald the Tlo tars Uu Jased n rly.
Pitzeerald who saved Cannon in the ; . cnaerwouu .
. . j
riZr"J::: on his action in that particular case.
last ion rw, uuew , - whatever the outcome in this par-;
"The unmasking of Chairman Un-
A nomination blank, good for one
Whatever the outcome in tnis Pr"' . . vntoa ,a nrintd in this is-
ticular instance I do not Jthdra j Caucaglan Nomlnate your-
my criticism oi 8elf or some friend to-day. Remem-
And Mr. Glidewell says that Gov
ernor Kitchin endorsed and defended
a trust bill that any intelligent lay
man in North Carolina knows is not
worth the paper it is written on.
The Greensboro Telegram says
that Democratic principles and pol
; ; v n Kaon phan eed. That
may be so, hut the DemocraUc poli
ticians have done a lot of changing.
They are continuing to read them
out cf the Democratic party in both
State and Nation, and they will have
to read out Many more if they ever
hope to win the confidence of the
violin Pars Will Be Run
Maryland Roads Without Track
Hagerstown, Md., Aug. 7. Major
L. N. Downs, of Hagerstown, presi
dent of the Trackless Trolley Com
pany of Maryland, stated to-day that
it was the purpose of the company to
build an extended system of track
less trolley roads in Maryland, vir
einia. and West Virginia.
It is planned to build the first linei
from Williamsport to Winchester, via
The company has been incorporat
ed and the promoters are now raising
fnnns to build the road.
It 4s claimed that since no rails;
nor tracks are needed the trackless
system can be installed for two-thirds
less cost than the ordinary electric
road and can be operated for one
third less cost.
While the trackless trolley is some
thing of an experiment, lines of this
kind are in operation in ingiano,
and there is one in operation in New
early "PPO"""'" J ," worm, and get au early .tart.
other things to discuss two wan ot obtain.. votes are
de wd. TlnThe'niornTng pa-jotTered:
ners" said Mr Bryan, "the criticism ; ing in the ballots that will appear
pers, saiu jii. two". . Tt, n ,ir.oc'a n and.
eacn weeiw iu .
o,r?ri thA interview. 11 lt arouses . him nme i
Democrais to an understanding of !"7r "-"J,.." worr and get au early .tart.
the mistakes made in putting Mr.
Underwood at the head of thes com
mittee if he solidifies his policy of de
lay." The House listened intently as the
entire' interview was read from the
The piano will be given to the
young lady securing the largest vote
In the entire territory, but in order
to equallt the chances of the several
candidates for the eight remaining
prizes, the territory has been divided
into four districts. A diamond ring
and a gold watch will be given in
each of these districts.
District jSo. 1 will comprise Wako
County, including the city of Raleigh.
District No. 2 will comprise Har
nett, Sampson. Johmton. Wilson and
District No. 3 will comprise Chat
ham. Durham. Granville. Franklin
and Nash Counties.
District No. 4 will comprise all that
territory In which The Caucasian cir
culates which Is not Included in the
three other district!.
MUST PAY FIXE OF $4.1.000.
. ... i 9 ia fnri t o lniid in
to wnicn ue . "i , nr(,n5M sub
an editorial which I wrote mysen. VZ'" t ma nn
which the editorial j scnptions or iuv irUC-. -
"The report on
that Underwood was to make to Bry-j appeared last week, after the House
clerks desk. Word of the answer based." continued Mr. Bryan,; to tne paper.
Rules and Conditions.
WThile it is not absolutely neces-
an had been passed among Demo-jcaucus of July 25th. The dispatch;
- - L.akin ! fAt.M0 -vaa r '
crats and almost a inn from Washington sam uat . f being voted for, a noml
nn .ho namneratic s de greeted thej r fforoH a resolution a modi- sary Deiore Deiuts w
tariff leader. Cheers and applause
that lasted for several minutes greet
ed him as he arose to speak.
i finichoH rpadins the-tn nroceed with
Bryan interview, Mr. Underwood, inother bills. The dispatch stated that
the vials! xr Clark was supported by a number
f his wrath. ot members, but that Representatives
Clark offered a resolution-a mom- w "-" , secured
flcation or a substitute for a .- JL1",.,, offlce or cut
tion oy anu tut; i mciuit. k
ing the Ways an
d ;Comm uVe! from this paper, .houid be n. . in
"tht preparation of ! for each candidate A 1 -
De nominaieu uj "
each candidate be in good standing
in the community. All questions as
lBe"' uui: oUo elieibilitv will be finally aeter-
,-ood ana ruzgeram - nnn
Underwooa auu -, . rnntMt Manaeer.
fight against the resolution and ap baliot wiff be printed in The
neeport also quoted Congress- Caucasian each wee con-
Kitchin as insisting upon the in-. . " "V: h;rder or the.
KIm1o E. JwkMrii, Jr.. -IlraJn"
of the Wire- Trut, U Hmvllf
KiDd IHstrirt Attorney ImUUmI
That He Should ik to Jail.
New York. Aug. 4. The succes
sion of fines which has marked the
progress of the Government's success
ful campaign against wire manufac
turers recently indicted for forming
pools in alleged violation of tha anti
trust laws, reached a climax to-day
when Edwin E. Jackson. Jr.. the New
York attorney whom the Federal at
torney termed the "head and brains
of the trust," was sentenced to pay
This is by far the heaviest penalty
Inflicted upon any of the seventy
three wire manufacturers who have
pleaded nolo contendere, but did not
satisfy United States DUtrict Attor
ney Henry A. Wise. He pleaded with
TOGO IS UNITED STATES.
The Attorney-General should nowj
give his opinion of thfe State's anti
trust law. Of course a mere opinion
13 all that he can give as he hasn't
tried the law to find out whether it
is effective or not?
Reing Shown Mirny Attentions by
Officials in Washington and Else
The voters of Mississippi have
chosen ex-Governor Vardaman to
represent them in the .United States
Senate, which shows that the voters
of that State are not very particular
about who represents them.
Mr. Underwood had read the pub
lished Bryan statement, and speak
ing very deliberately said:
"AMomte.y ra.s. man Kitchin as ins.sunsuu.-, . tbe border thef
tainea in tnat uapei nc ... .ffltT,in. tn iT i coupons win oe goou iu vc
false. If the reflections which that, Kitchin a. calling atte loa to j! of vPotes prlnted tnereon.
article contains rested only on myself! Underwood holdings mt ne btee , mugt be direct The
I would not take the time of tHis Company and ff.f "rfc S Caucasiari office and postage must be
t a. fhom Pnt those 1 that in case of failure to proceed wun reiected
nouse t o.uo" ... f ho tarfff on iron ana iu.li cam
statements reflect not only upon my- the Ruction ot t, lt0 attributed and not counted.
nomn(.rr in con- steel such failure mignt oe aji-iriuuic ...
Votes Issued on Subscriptions.
cif but uDon the Democracy in con
trni on this side of the Capitol, and
Admiral Togo, the naval hero of ! leader on this floor I would be un-T?can-.TaDanese
War, is now on a fellow-Democrats here and
visit in this country. The Admiral i myself if x did not reply to this
has been shown many auenuou J attacK.'
President Taft and army omciais m Mr Tjn(jerwood said the tarin on
wQhinfii-on. He visited the Naval - t x nee4ed further revis-
Academy at Annapolis Tuesaay wnere iQn and would get it; that when tne
he was shown marked attention. j WaTS and Means Committee orgaji-
favorahly impressea hzed he told the committee tnat as
everything he had was invested in
the iron industry it would relieve
tn Mr Underwood's interests in the
business. My editorial was based up
on this published report."
trust attorney to JaiL He declared
to-night that he would apply for Mr.
Ten of the indicted men. including
Mr. Jackson, changed their pleas of
not guilty to nolo contedere to-day.
They were fined $1,000 each, with
America and Americans.
Work of the Black Hand In Chicago, L.m of emDarrassment if it undertook
Chicago, 111.. Aug. 7.-A summary iron and steel revision nrac
A Connecticut correspondent re
ports that he has recently seen fish
Picking huckleberries from trees
along the river banks. Animals and
mankind also may be seen doing
stranger things than that in order to
secure food if the Democrats succeed
in giving this country free trade.
of the crimes commiueu uy ;
of the so-called Black Hand in this
Again it is "Absolutely False.
That interview." continued Mr.
d nub- "That interview, cuuuuucu
ritv during the year 1911, niaae pun- raforpin? to Mr. Bryan,
lie to-day, gives a total and that there U a difference be-
murders, scores of stagings, a Speaker of thls House and
more than one ,1 Clack- myself as to legislation in this House,
plosions, $50,000 collected In I ! tonMt . ta . abaotately totae-
mail and the terrormng OI We nave been together, we are to-
threats. With only one or two vvtr nredict that we
j . , 1 ...natrornrs Eeiuci
couvrcted. will be together to the end
T-r-T?mr Tniared on Brooklyn,
x fM. .j -m. -m
Coney Island, Road by Strikers.
New York. Aug. 6. The Coney
Island and Brooklyn Railroad Com-
half-mntr cars nine nours.
to-day between twenty-mile lines of
As a result of the attendant riots,
four persons are in tfa hospital to
nihf aha of them probably mortally
orhaoa fortv more are suffer-
ing from the effects ot stones
brick-baU and twenty-five strikers
and their sympathizers are under
lock and key.
There is one kind of tariff the
Democrats believe in raising all the
time that is taxes on the peopie
. A SI Aft mnro for each additional IndlCt
be sent direct to The Caucasian . 01 .
fice, and on receipt of fuance, addition
aw . .
be was sentenced to pay $z,$uu in
-. costs. District Attorney wise wia
hailots will be Issued..
YntA schedule and subscription rate
Specia ballot . are PVI the conn that the defendant had
ry with tnem auuy -o fl00 n orriniiiar the wire
according to amount paw ana ; 7ZV:Qlnd il07.000 ia 190.
f fSH!. to elleibility of anjUd charged that he had violated the
canTdte will not be , " nlX he conUnued.
votes have neeu c. "y davs or "this man is the worst type of crimi
date for a period of thirty days or has to contead with.
longer. Ua he t violating the law
No employe or Z "d other. Into It."
member ot employe v - -- . . . ,nd ,5,,
. - a 1 vico " r-
ticipate m tn will to-day -ere Ilobert U Satterlee. Kn-
Any quesUon that may arise wlU to-w y . g KyI-
be deternea oy - Ramser George E. Hol-
ir "A.! f!2 rHJfW ton. Frederick Hall. J. B. OUea. Ja
'mu.t Veachlhe ooce ot The Cau- H. SUber.inf Benjamm woit ana
I' wkira h,itot will be issued. IJugene n ruiuy.
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