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up the remainder of tbe membership
of the committee of strong progres
sive men, with a xaajority so targe
WITH TIIK i;i)ITOIW.
can Imagine that tali ansy would Tte tmpvcrtattt This IW! I Vv
xwe4 ai or the (rk taaatri- for
Some Democrat already appear to a camp'-off plc. Many o the Grrk
that tbey could outtote Mr. Simmon i:rkVrLrv V- , . T ;
. , ' ticket last November. L nion Ilepab- the Athealaa portion o the Greeks
on every question. iney xuriner ; nCan.
1 Slate I:;tr!i J
th st talk aa4 wrttla to 4a its
)t for ifc tc&5t a4 rlif cf
proceeded to take from the chairman
the power to appoint conference
committees and lodged that power in
the membership of the committee lt
eTffT" This is "also something that
was never done before.
In this connection it should be j
stated that while Senator Tillman;
was denied the position of chairman -of
the Appropriation Committee, toj
which he was entitled under the
resolved to fif nt hit oat- They ar-
ranged to guard the passer in the
If the extra session of the Lri- mountains leadin Into Tbea!r bat
lature don't accomplish more than that portion ov the army baisfK1 a little bond iue of II.
the regular oaMlt will hardly tav panic-stricken an retreated ithout ! "O1 to r"er b ddt of th
North Carets c. of atsy Lciitire
that history renl.. Tbr ae
SKXATOIt SIMMONS SHOUIJ) NOW
ta..i it. aAnon '. rnl. vpt th was rir.np. not because
uw16 v.u...B- , , " . Uame time, and ODe waa wIth a Kun mongers to Thermopylae demand-
Simmons gave, as one of the chlel;oi senator unman dm nd the othe by a mInoritr vo. ln- that the Greeks be up their
reasons why he should be re-elected, ; ity or qualifications for the place or j yellow Jacket. arms and surrender. intimating that
that he was so popular and powerful! for want of popularity with his col-j they had no chance in the world
Hrd v Hn hl! Alreadv fortv neeroea have annlipr! against hlz army. Back came the
in tne oenaie, tnat ne wouiu ie ensci fru -v . . . ? - " ' .
Tte State UtiaJe. after p5cs th
at aid roa4 bod WU threaeh to
hraiiasrs. Set It rest aalH the iatt
correct and then let the rrartlocarir
kill the Mil a SaAl raiias. w
nf tT kno hat the jiiticlatit ar
m. .If Ijb T"h1f
upon the aoidiem at Thermopylae, i itcr. . ise xai r . - - - rni they
Tbe chances are that wnen Mr. consisting ov abo.- 4.KKi m-a,jh' .State o that it 1U briar in an do nat rcJvr . JwpJeV ;ll
Wilson has worried four years with niotly mountaineers, brate but is- j additional lacon of I . an- effectually pre th ucj u
a Democratic Congress he will not experienced. The Persian Set wuijally and hate placed an ecrUe becossfcc te a u tae jBitia-
want another term. Durham Fer- disabled by a ttorm and the Greeks j pr!Uece tax of ery vocation and e ceeU. ana c er . .
aid. captured a few ttU. Xeres. ibeitaliinc in life Te Important thins, tile. refcfndum aaa rec
ti. ,i ..i t i ..i.ithil ri r,r.r-! rA tt the lrCiU ft tnee
im i y t i tiuaii utt at, u u uwiru . w . . - t
Mexico and the United States at Therme to send out scouts and f ture were left undone
changed administrations at about the learn the situation. He dispatched
to call It. Mount Airy Leader.
a Ste. The bulk ov the defence Ml ! Co.rnnj ct for the pt to yearn
. . . n,,to ,&!,ith make it I or jods unaer tne uson aammis- .
ea to tne neaa oi tue great vom-ij "
Come and take them."
tratfnn three, nf thm from vvrth Three different detachments or Per
mittee on Finance, in the nsxt Con-1 impossible for him to do the enor" Carolina. The Charlotte Observer ians werf to Thermopylae in
gress if he were re-elected. He cre-'mous amount of work which devolves 'endorses one of them, Clement of M many days and they met defeat.
ated the impression that he stood so! upon that committee. Indeed, when i Charlotte, for a nice juicy plum in This wui probably the most heroic
. . - , . 'rr.,,. I tn. roii-t. ft ,,mKi- a ftn. nii defense ever made at anr mountain
k.ionrh spnatnr votea strains! -ir. im-i'-"v- -"v.vw w on, - -
fe the areats ot ' ,w
J the liculature. oar people tseed c.
Th-bt the letmTt wiKild He- pt nothlec but Mfifcer taxes ana re-
deem tWfrlerste Money. - act'.onsry ieKii.
high with his colleagues
would be the
of all the' ma", he said that he did it as his
the "niggers" don't seem to smell so P8 an' mU8t hv greatly surprised
But this did not end the war.
Hit continued for months. The Per
sians had learned that tbe Greeks
were real soldiers. Two Greek cities
OUtS 111 All Wl ttll IUO " " ho r Tro A !
Senators who would be picked for friend, because he wanted to save his tion. Wny dont the Raleigh News
the head of this great committee, on life. and Observer take a fit? The Lin-
account of his popularity and eml- 'l fact, there were several other j coin Times.
i . : I iii.
nent fitness for the position. He committees wnere reacuoudnw unc
said that it would be a great honor Simmons were permitted to keepj
to the State for a Senator from North tneir places under the rule, and
rouo Vi ri nn.,(un there, in every case the chairmen8 nis vote was smaller man any
r'rYA nt 9nv nnwer eitrent to i vote which Mr' Bryan ever received those ov the Greeks. But the Greeks
and that he could secure it, while his were robbed of any poer except to . Jn hjs campaigns No oneplanned to brjng on the 5attle al
opponents could not. c'1 lllT' , knows better than President Wilson points where the water wuz narrow.
IWCKKTAIN AS TO IillYAX.
(Continued from page 1.)
his vote was smaller than
were aoanaonea. inese were ourn-;on charge of counterfeiting
ed by the Persians. The next great)
i mi inn linn ii iimmii mi i m ' -in--in '
battle took place on the water. The'
Persian boats greatly outnumbered
If the Democrats at Wa&htnirton
do all they hate promised to do It
will surprise some, but if thv do all
that is expected f them by another
element of the population they will
- 1 -. .i 1 In
V s ir. iru v a m i n a-- w j
Believing Woodrtm- Wilson's elec-
tion redeemed Confederate currency j
because he is a Southern Democrat.
Will Iove. a Goldsboro negro, today
refused to restore good money for a
Confederate 1 10 not not until ar
rested and brought into Federal court
IngTeiJe to Caueu April . j
The Progressive members of Con
gress will hc4d a caucus in WashinR
ton April 2 and will outline their
result of this
the Greeks the desired advantage, or.
Presidential in other words, enabled them to flght
sit at the head of the committee, and
In several speeches he dramatical-; ne whole power was placed in the j that he was not elected as the result between the numerous islands, an'
lv declared that if the State would hands of the progressive members, ; of the efforts of his campaign man- az they had but few boats thin gave
re-elect him and he was not selected who were in the majority in each 1 age
as cnairman or mis committee mat: election reminds us of the explana- a much larger force because the Per-'Qf Elder P. D. Gold, of the Primitive
he would resign. At that time Mr.! Thus, we see that Mr. Simmons, ; tion gjven by a Democratic Con- sian boats could not reach the place Baptist Church.
Simmons felt that he was gambling instead of being indorsed by the ma- j gressman recently elected from a ov conflict except in limited numbers'
on a certainty. Mr. Simmons knew jority of the Senate on account of; strong Republican district, when he at one time
Ho jf voH Kaon i.nhmiron tmiIq his ability and the confidence which exp a ne
ii as cava uu uiiui vnvu i utv "
Mrs. P. D. Gold, of Wilson, died
Friday afternoon. She was the wife
f4 rii4 ea rmn
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Beverly Ponltry Yards
Kimuu x. c.
S. C. White Orpingtons.
S. C. White Leghorns.
4 Prizes State Fair 1912
Egcs fr hatching $1.50 tc
$5.00 per 15. Cockerels $50
to $10.00. Trios $7.50 to $25.
Write for folder.
This made the few
"Yes, I was so popular boats owned by the Greeks just az
in niv diRtrift that T hat r xvn TJornK effprtivA fl7. the mnnv nvnpH hv the!
of the Senate, from the foundation 'his colleagues had in him, as he lj(.an candidate8 who were runnlng Persians. The Greeks could plan az1
of the government, for Senators to boasted he would be, he has, in fact, j against me, and I was so very popu- well az flte.
receive chairmanships, not according been repudiated by a majority of theilar that I think if four Republican
to their fitness or ability, but by sen-1 Senators. Thus, if Mr. Simmons j candidates were running against me
iority of service on a certain com-1 would act in good faith as to hia! that I would still have been elected."
nijttee : pledge to the people of the State, he. The Speculation About IJryan.
By death, resignation or failure of should now resign. i There has been, and of course, is
nthor Qfinatn ,0 r0.0i0,f col He deliberately tried to mislead , much speculation as to the real reia-
ator Simmons, who was at the foot!the People of the State and now he
of the Committee on Finance, ad
i i ; i
own uupiicity. i ?
Az ever, Z EKK BILKINS.
(To Be Continued.)
tion existing between President Wil-
Assistant Secretary of State on Ac
count of Administration's Cliinee
Washington, March 20. Hunting-
snn nrtrl Mr Hrvnn Dnn rf tVio 1 1 tact . . . .
hns hppn caueht in the net of hisi . ton uson, assistant and acting bee-
' J C? Ai'lcG 10 f hit nntthnti 1.M1 ,t nr. . M ' 1 I
vanced until there was only one man
ahead of him, on the Democratic
side. That man was Senator Bailey,
who had already announced that he
would not be a candidate for re
election. Therefore Mr. Simmons
knew that he had an absolute cer
tainty, under the rules, to become
the chairman, no matter how many
abler men there might be, on the
committer who had served on it a
less time than he had. In short,
Mr. Simmons was playing, he
thought, with loaded dice.
Now, in the light of these facts,
let us see what has occurred in
Washington. We make the follow
ing extract "from the Washington
Herald, which tells the story con
cisely and compactly:
"The young element in the major
ity of the Senate have triumphed in
the reorganization of that body, and,
while most of the old wheel horses
took the places at the heads of com
mittees to which they were entitled
under the rule of seniority, their
wings are clipped. If the chairman
of a committee here and there hap
pens to belong to the conservative
wing of the party, he finds himself
shorn bf power by the new policy
of appointing 'conferees, subcommit
tees, filling vacancies and calling
"The Democratic caucus and the
steering committee that filled com
mittee places was undeniably domi
nated by the newer element of the
party. Most of the important com
mittees are dominated by the new
membership. They are sufllciently
numerous to out-vote the conserva
tives two to one. Take the Finance
Committee for example. Senator
Simmons managed to retain his place
at the head of the committee after
a bitter fight. But the new Demo
cratic membership of the committee
is overwhelmingly radical, or, pro
gressive, as you may choose to call
retarv of State, has resigned that of-
on nor cnairman Mctombs wanted flce and insisted upon immediate ac-
im Tnaonhll9 io ctm! Mr- Bryan in the Cabinet and tnat ceptance of the resignation because
"Blow-your-horn-Josephus' is still ; botn felt Eure that he would declim r iirtn
on his job
horn-Billy" look like thirty cents.
He makes "Blow-your-j the appointment as Secretary of with the administration regarding its
; tate- Chinese policies. President Wilson
I u . icucu intn. uijaii lmmeaiateiy accepted tne resigna-
We suppose we are at liberty to ! hesitated for sometime about accept- tion.
observe that mankind has at least; ng the position as head of the Cabi-v
been rescued from the cross of gold. ; net, but that he finally accepted in
order to disappoint both Mr. Wilson
and Mr. McCombs.
But had you observed that we now
have the "Crown of Thorns."
The deal between"Josephus" and
"Furnifold" has so far worked to
the advantage of both of them. Ev
erybody now knows that the State is
still mortgaged to the trusts.
The readers of the Raleigh News
and Observer are led to believe that
the Navy Department is more import
ant than all the other Cabinet of
ficers and indeed more important
than the President of the United
The Democratic papers anounced
that the authorities in Washington
have 10,384 jobs to hand out, and
there are already 131,540 applica
tions of Democrats on file. This is
about thirteen applicants for every
job. About twelve out of every
bunch will think that number thir
teen is unlucky.
It is also reported that the posi-
tion of Ambassador to England has
been ' offered to a number of men
whom it was known would not ac
cept on account of their poverty, in
order that some rich man who con
tributed heavily to the campaign
might later be appointed, and there is
also much speculation as to whether
or not this has been done with the
full knowledge and consent of Mr.
Bryan. If a rich man who has
contributed to the Democratic cam
paign is appointed to this post it
would raise much inquiry as to
whether or not Mr. Bryan had any
thing to do with it.
There is a persistent rumor that
Mr. Bryan will not long stay in the
Cabinet. At the present writing we
are not able to say that there is any
material foundation for this, but it
is noticeable that a number of men
who keep close to current politics in
the National Capital believe that
such will be the result. '
It was not a year ago that the
Democrats were referring to the civil
service as a great reform, and one
that should be adhered to to the
strict letter of the law. Since the pie
counter has changed managers, the
Democrats now make reference to
the protected jobs as "the evils of
the civil service."
"Life in Mecklenburg seems
to be just one bond issue after
another." Charlotte News.
Thus we see that Senator Sim- in fact, isn't that true in every
mons, while entitled to the position town and county in North Carolina
of Chairman of the Fnance Commit- where the Democrats are in con
tee b every rule of the Senate,, yet trol. The Democrats are extra va
was considered by the majority so gant spenders, but very poor provid
disquallfied for that Important posi- ers.
tion and so out of harmony with the
policies of the present administration A special from Washington to Sat-
that his colleagues came very near urday's Greensboro News says that
breaking the rule and denying him Congressman H. L. Godwin, of Dunn,
the chairmanship. If the Senate Harnett County, N. C, has wired
had done so, it would have been the President Wilson demanding that
first case of its kind in the history of
that body. The majority of the Sen
ators, however, clipped his wings, be
fore permitting him to have the
place. They took from this com
mittee over half of its power and
duties, that is, they took all of the
currency legislation from the com
mittee and created a new Committee
of Banking and Currency, to handle
that more important business of Con
gress. They also took pains to make
he revoke President Taft's order
placing the fourth-class postmasters
under civil service.
This demand from the Congress
man prob'ably threw the White House
into a great flutter and it is possible
that the President is still trembling
in his boots and and still too nervous
to attend to business. At least the
President has not yet found it con
venient to answer Mr. Godwin's demand.
REAL ANCIENT HISTORY.
(Continued from page 1.)
citizens, not a dozen or less, out a
large number on every important
The art ov letter writin wuz
known in Greece at least one thou
sand years before Christ. But hit
wuz four hundred years after Christ
when letter-writin became some
Durin' the reign ov
Persians got a strong
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Having qualified as Executor of
the estate of Miss Annie J. WThltaker,
deceased, late of Wake County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the said de
ceased to exhibit them to the under
signed at his office in the City of
Raleigh, North Carolina, on or be
fore the first day of March, 1914, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment.
Administrator of Miss A. J. WThit
aker. February 24, 1913.
PUBLICATION OF 'SUMMONS.
North Carolina Wake County.
In the Superior Court,
Before Millard Mial, Clerk.
J. P. Glover and Rosa
Gljiver. His Wife,
D. W. Glover and Others.
To Martha Pope and E. L. Pope, her
You are notified that a special
Dorius the proceeding nas been brought In this
foothold in court against yourself as herein en
Greece. The Persians had conquer- utiea, as neirs-at-iaw ot J. G. uiover.
ed every country az far an' includin' "r the partition of land of said J. H
Macedonia. The Persians allowed Glover, and the summons issued for
each district to retain their rulers, yourself has been returned by the
laws an' customs. But Persia later sheriff of Wake County with this en-
invaded Greece, sendine a laree dorsement thereon: After exercising
army and fleet, the fleet bein a due diligence, Martha Pope and E. L.
number ov Canoes, for warships Pope, her hrsband. are not to be
were still unknown. Az often hap- found in this county." You both are
Dened the invaders fared badly and therefore, notified to appear before
the Greeks held their country. For the Clerk of Wake Superior Court at
several years there wuz war with his office In the city of Raleigh on
Persia, both sides sufferin' defeats Saturday, the 12th day of April, 1913,
an winning victories. This wuz fol- at 12 o'clock, M., and then and there
lowed by a few years of peace. answer, demur or plead to the partl-
But Persia wuz not satisfied. An tion of the plaintiffs which is now on
army, said to hev bin the largest file In my office, otherwise, the plain
ever 'nlaced in the field an' consist- ffs wI11 have Judgment according to
in' ov soldiers from nearly thirty their partition and as they may be ad
different countries, wuz raised to vised.
whip the Greeks. One great his- This March 12th, 1913
torian claims that Persia had got-. MILLARD MIAL,
ten together, from twenty-nine dif- Clerk of.the Superior Court.
ferent countries, 1,700,000 sol- J- C. L. HARRIS,
diers, 80,000 calvary an' sent moie Attorney of the Plaintiffs.
than 1,200 boats containin 277.600
men in addition to the 1,700,000
first named. Added to this Persia
sent 3,000 small vessels containin
crews amountin' to 240,000 men
who could be used for fitin' pur
poses. The three thousand boats
contained supplies to feed the Im
mense army and the horses. One
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