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NEW BERN CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C, FRIDAY MAY 18, 1906.--SECOND SECTION.
ADDRESS TO CZAR
A GREAT PROGRAM.
WAR IN THE SENATE.
LAS! DAY OF COUNCIL
J 151 IR v1?L
Tm Oemantlt Mad by Tiopla Rtluial
Likely to Cauu Trouklt
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St Petersburg. May lr,. The draft
of the address to be made on the Czar
Is prepared. Ten demands are made,
general amnesty; abolition of death
penalty; suspension of martial law;
civil liberty; abolition of the preat
council of the empire; revision of the
It declares the chief thing to be am
nesty, and this question presents the
calm consideration of legislative work.
The eountry is thirsty for amnesty,
which is the demand of the popular
conscience, and impossible to be re
fused, and is to be demanded as the
first pledge a mutual understanding.
Circus Steal at farboro Revived
Special to Journal
' Cleveland, O., May 15.-W T Spate,
auditor of Hagenback's trained animal
show, is arrested charged with stealing
$30,000 from Forepaugh and Sells Circus
atTarboro, N. C, in October 1904. He
will be brought to North Carolina lor
A Tillman Denial
Special to Journal
Washington, May Jo.--Senator Till
man denies in a published statement
that he had said Senator Aldrich .sought
fan alliance with him rather than the
Fi-Mr apon Was Murdered
Special to Journal
St. Petersburg, May 15. The mys
tery regarding the disappenrniice of
Father Gapon is cleared, as his body
has been found and positively identified
lie was killed by a blow on the head
while in a lonely house in Finland, the
deed beiug committed by revolutionists,
who discovered Father Gapon to be in
collusion with the Russian Governqr.
7 Wftaf Abroad for Canal
Special to JournaJ
- Washington, May 15, The President
approves of Secretary Taf t's plan for
- buying vessels and goodd abroad for the
Panama Canal Meat can be purchased
' from Australia, at one half price from
" Pacific coast price.
Very Bad if True
Special to Journal.
Washington, May 15. Miles Dawson,
Actuary for the Armstrong committee
of New York, says nit a fire insurance
company in the United States knows
whether it will be solvent or not after
it pays its insurance losses.
The Iriquios Theatre Fire Case
Special to Journal:
Chicago, May 15. William Davis,
manager of the Iriquios theatre at the
time of the great fire which destroyed
o many lives will be put on trial for
H.I11M H-l III mil
; Too Sweeping Action
.. Special to Journal.
. Birmingham, May 16. A prot St
' has been made against the action of
1 the Methodist General Conference, bn
doctrinal 'aith. It is declared to be too
weeping, and also that the committee
did not properly understand what it
voted 'or. -
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y. May 19th there" will be a baskt lawn
party at Mr. E. A. Lancaster's home
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to 15th Inclusive. Some of
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Kaleigh,' N. C, May lti, 1906.
Professor R. D. W. Connor has pre
pared the program of the North Caroli
na Teachers' Assembly of which he is
Secretary. The ennual meeting, the
23d, will be held at Raleigh June 12th
to 15th, both dates inclusive. W. T.
Whitsett is the president and J. A.
Matherson the vice-president. The
opening exercises on the evening of
June 12th will be held in the Academy
of Music, when- president Joseph G.
Brown, of the Raleigh Chamber of
Commerce, delivers the address, to
which superintendent W. H. Ragsdale,
of Pitt, will reply. Stata Superintend
ent Joyner will deliver an address on
the educational progress of a year in
North Carolina and will be followed by
N. C. Schaffer, president of the Nation
al Educational Association, and State
Superintendent of schools in Pennsyl
vania, who will be, introduced by presi
dent Charles D. Melver, of the State
Normal and Industrial College. The
exercises on the morning of the 13th
will be held in the auditorium of the
Agricultural and Mechanical College,
with addresses by governor Glenn, Dr.
C. Alphonzo Smith, of the University
of North Carolina and Miss Celestia S.
Parrish. of the Georgia State Normal
school. That afternoon there will be a
meeting of sections and in the evening
President Whitsett will deliver his an
nual address at the Academy of Music.
This will be tollowed by a reception to
the teachers, given by Governor and
Mrs. Glenn at the executive mansion
and also by a special concert given by
the orchestra of the Sunday'" School of
the First Baptist church. At the meet
ing of the morning of June 14th at the
A. & M. College auditorium there will
be addresses by Dr. John M. Coulter, of
the University of Chicago, and Presi
dent Poteat, of Wake Forest College.
That afternoon there will be meetings
of sections' and in the evening, at the
Academy of Music-addresses by Dr.
Coulter of the University of Chicago,
and by Dr. F. C. Wooward. of Rich
mond Va. College. Friday morning,
June 15th at the College auditorium
thore will be another address by Dr.
Woodward followed by one by Superin
tendent B. C. Gregory, of!the Chelsea
Massachusetts city schools.
In the afternoon there will be
visit to the North Carolina Hall of.
History in the State Museum at which
there will be a talk by the director, Col
Fred A. Olds. In the evening Gover
nor Andrew J. Montague of Virginia,
who has well earned the title of the
educational governor will deliver an ad
dress, as will also Dr. Henry N. Snider,
president of Wafford College.
The programme of section work is a
very striking and valuable one. In fact
it is very safe to say that no Bession of
the Teachers Assembly has ever been
held in which such admirable opportu
nities were offered for getting the very
best material It is no wonder that
the teachers all over the State are man
ifesting the deepest interest in the mat
ter. One session is that of the State
Association of the Academies, of which
Col Robert Bingham of Ashville is the
president, and among the speakers on
the afternoons of the 13th and 14th of
June will be W. J.' Ferrall of Pee Dee
Institute, J. Henry Joyner of Whitsett,
J A Bivena of Trinity Park, M H Holt
of Oak Ridge, N. C Hughes of Choc
owinity, 3X C. Horner of Oxford, P. L.
Gray of Bingham School and Dr. Wood
ard of Richmond College. The section
of city school Supt. has as its presi
dent J. P. Alderman, superintendent of
the Henderson city schools and on the
afternoons of June 14th and 15th it will
hear addresses by Superintendent B.
C. Gregory of Chelsea, Mads., Superin
tendent W. B. Boyle of Rocky Mount.
Bruce Craven of Morganton, J. A.
Mathason of Durham,. H. B Craven of
New Bern, W. S. Snipes of Winston,
and there will be a number of short
talks and round table discussions.
The section of primary teachers, the
p-esident of which is Miss Leah D.
Jones of the State Normal and Indus
trial College of Greensboro .will have
iU session on the afternoon of .June
13th with a round-table discussion led
by Miss Celestia S. Parrish of Georgia
and will also hoi J a joint session on the
afternoon of June 14th with the nature
study section, for which a charm
ing programme ' has been pre
pared, this meeting to be conducted by
Dr Coulter of the University of Chi
cago and Prof. F L Stevens, the talent
ed professor of agriculture at the A &
M College here. . The nature-study sec
tion, of which the president Is Dr Stev
ens, will hear talks by superintendent
I C Griffin of Salisbury, Miss Leah Di
Jones and others, and also an illustrat
ed lecture by Dr Stevens on ichool
gardens, agriculture, and nature study.
The annual session of the Woman's
Association for the bettormenLof pub
lic school housPSjin the State of which
BLACKBURN TO DO BETTER
Come to Dover tinier Cever of Educational
Mission to Try His Strength In
In the regular Washington letter by
Thomas J. Pence of the News and Ob
server the following appeared y ester
terday morning which will be of some
political interest in this section.
"Representative Blackburn makes a
trip of some significauce tomorrow. He
will go to Dover, in Craven county, to
deliver a commencement address Fri
day, but the political aspect of the
mission is not to be overlooked. This
visit means that Mr. Blackburn is go
ing to measure lances with Collector
Duncan for delegates from the East in
his fight to capture the State conven
Mormon Church Going Out of Business
Special to Journal
Salt Lake City, May 17. The Mormon
Church is selling its street railways,
and will also sell its other properties
and go out of business as an organiza
tion, the reason being that these prop
erties no longer need the support of
the Mormon Church.
Russian Parliament Defies Czar
Special to Journal.
St. Petersburg, May 17. There is an
intense interest in the defiance cast by
the Parliament at the Czar, through its
demands for recognition. There arc
rumors that a compromise may be ef
fected, yet others that ex-premier
Witte is planning some mastorly move
ment. CHANDLER CONFIRMS TILLMAN
Tillman and Bailey Both Make Speeches
Special to Journal
Washington, May 16. Senator
Chandler again affirmed the statement
that he made about the President's
word regarding the rate bill. He said
that he could not use such language to-1
ward the President as Tillman used who
was very profane and abusive. The
President's impulsiveness led him into
error. The senate discussion was kept
warm and Senator Bailey added fuel to
the flames by saying that the statement
that he had been responsible for the
disagreement between the President
and Tillman was a malicious lie.
Methodist Conference Against Sunday
Special to Journal
Birmingham, May 16. The Metho
dist Episcopal General Conference to
day heard the report on the Committee
of Sunday observance and it was es
pecially strong on preachers admonish
inn the members of churches and con
gregations to avoid Sunday travel a
much as possible.
Railroad Passes For Corporation
Special to Journal
Washington, May 16. Senator Dan
iels introduced a bill today granting
the privilege of passes for railroad law
yers and their families.
Amnesty Must Come
Special to Journal.
St. Petersburg, May 16th. The con-
flict for amnesty for political prisoners
seems inevitable between the Czar and
Parliament. The latter body is almost
unanimous in favor of the measure,
and the Czar has only the members of
the royal family and nobility for his
support. , It is said that the Czar con
templates giving partial amnesty on
his birthday, May 19th, but this report
Is not confirmed.
treasurer, will be hnWon the afternoon
of June 16.. On the morning of June
16, the fifth annual session of the State
Association of county superintendents
will begin, State Superintendent J. Y
Joyner being the president of the asso
ciation. The opening session will be a
joint one with Woman's Association for
the betterment of Dublic school houses,
Some of the problems the county super
intendenta will disco st will be uniform
examination, graduation and certifica
tion of teachers. , The problenf of get
ting children to school and keeping
them there, embracing the whole mat
ter of locating illiterate children of
school age and of. compulsory attend
ance legislation. There will be an ad
dress to the association by 0 B Martin,
State Superintendent of Public Ins true
tion of South Carolina and also one by
President Snider of Wafford College, 8,
C There will be talks on what some
emcient county superintendents em
ployed during the entire year have ac
complished, increasing the school fund.
m training and Improving teachers, in
supervising schcols, tn building and
equiping scho4 houos and in cultiva-
Standard Oil Company Denounced. Reports
Showing Its Extortions and Frauds.
Special to Journal
Washington, May 17. There was a
hot time in the Senate today. In the
rate bill discussion, Senator Lodge de
nounced the Standard Oil Company in
no measured terms, declaring it holds
the entire industry of the country by
Senator Bailey renewed his attack on
the President, savins: he thoucht the
President inspired the newspaper at
tacks. The President had written him
saying he did not doubt his good
The President sent to the Senate to
day, Commissioner Garfield's full re
port on the Standard Oil Company's
investigations, showing the extortions
and frauds practiced by that company
with the complete testimony including
Preserve your youth'by DrinkinglDr
It is Now Bishop Kilgo ,
Special to Journal
Birmingham, May 17. In the elec
tion of the three bishops at the Metho
dist conference here, today, James J.
Tigert, secretary of the general con
ference, was elected bishop on the first
ballot, and Dr. John C. Kilgo. of North
Carolina, was the second bishop, on the
Demands Some Public Action
The electric lights on the Pollock
street section were again out last night
This no light is not merely an annoy
ance, but is is a serious loss to every
store on the circuit, whose business is
injured, and every house bolder is put
to an extra expense. If the consumers
on the Pollock street circuit would get
together, they might get some redress,
as it is now, this no light, for so many
nights, demands some public actior. for
Mrs. Davis Suffers Relapse1
Special to Journal
New York, May 17. Mrs. Jefferson
Davis suffered a serious relapse today,
and her condition is quite dangerous.
Big Cotton Tire Loss
S pecial to Journal :
Macon, Ga., May 17. The Central
Railway's cotton press and two thous
and bales of cotton were destroyed by
Striking Italians Threaten Town
Coaymons, N. Y., May 17-The New
York National Guardsmen are protect
ing this place, where 500 striking Ital
ian brick makers made an armed at
tack, yesterday. The strikers are yet
ngly and many arrests have been made,
Apron Party Tonight
Come out tonight and lay in your
supply of aprons from the well selec
ted assortment to be found in the store
under Hotel Hazleton. Save yourself
the worry and labor of sewing.
Save vourself the unnecessary ex
pense commonly attached to an apron
The ladies of the First Baptist
church will, from the large supply they
have, provide you with the apron you
want at a small cost to you.
In addition to the apron sale refresh
mentawill be provided for those- desir
ing them. "
Remember the place, store under Ha
zleton hotel, -
We are having dry weather now. The
farmers are getting discouraged over
their crops, it to ao dry, they can't get
their tobacca aet out, neither get their
cotton up, we would be over glad to see
some rain, the gardens are looking very
dull on account of no Tain. .
Rev Mr Daugherty filled his regular
appointment at this place Saturday
night and Sunday. .
Mr Barney I pock of Jasper spent
Saturday nurht and Sunday with his
parents, Mr and Mrs Raymon I pock.
Mr Willie Cayton attended church at
Galilee Sunday. . ' , '
Mr R W Smith of Bogue and little
daughter Julia and sons Leslie and J I
Smith are visiting at thia place this
Mrs Katie Xuthor and children spent
Saturday night with her sister, Mrs
Miasea Ola and Ida Cayton and Mrs
Elfie Willi returned home last week
from a visit at Bogue and report a fine
time. : 1 '.
'"Mr T A Willis is very 111 but hope he
wMl oon b M fight again.
Mr C&ud Miller returned hol.hlast
Saturdny from Dojjue and Bays he will
Decision to Hold Intact Bishops Property
Reception at Parish House.
Yesterday's council began at 9 30am
as usual. In the parish house the Worn
an's Auxiliary held its session, the re?,
ports of which were especially good.
The morning session in Christ church
opened with the discussion relative to
the question of building the Bishop's
residence at Wilmington, ana1 the aliens
tion of part of the Episcopal proper
The result was that the council de
cided not to sell any of the property
upon which the bishop's house is to be
built. This discussion occupied most
of the morning session. A committee
was appointed to devise ways and
means to raise the money to pay for
the erection and completion of the
bishop's residence. The following
committee was appointed: Rev. Mr
Gibble of Windsor, Rev, L. G. H. Wil
liams, New Bern; Rev R.W.Hogue, Wil
mington; Laymen. Messrs. Cordon,
Washington; Hill, Goldsboro; Col. De
Rossett, Wilmington; Anderson, Fay
etteville; Wood, Edenton.
The afternoon session beginning at
four o'clock, was spent in electing com
mittees. For the Sunday school com
mittee commission the following were
Rev. Cox, Greanville, Rev. L. G. H.
Williams, New Bern, N. C. Cordon,
Washington,' and Mr. Boatwright, Wil
mington, The committee on the colored
commission were: Kev. N. u Harding, i
Rev. Cox, Messrs. W. G. Lamb, F. D.
Winston and W. D. Pruden.
The following were elected for the
standing committees: N. C. Harding, j
Dr. Carmiehael, Rev. Mr. Skinner, .
Col. DeRossett and Mr. G. H. Roberta. I
Mr. Rountree, of Wilmington, was
Elected to the missionary committee
were: Messrs. LaraD, nasKetx ana
Before the close of the afternoon
session, Bisnip unesnire, oi Kaieign,
made an interesting address in which
he stated that Trinity in 1907 would be
the bi-centenial of the first celebra
tion of Holy Communion recorded in
the state of North Carolina.
Other committees were re-elected,
among them being the student's aid,
church building, trustees of diocese
and general clergy relief.
The Council adjourned at 6:30 p. m.,
to meet May 1907 at Kinstou.
At the Parish House, last night
from 9 to 11 o'clock, a general recep
tion was held, given specially in com
pliment to the visiting clergy and del
egates at the Council.
The spacious and splendidly arranged
building was thrown open to the public
for the first time, and the visitors and
guests admired everything about the
house. There was a large number pres
ent. Refreshments were served.
Who are the sweetest things that
painters paint, or poets sing, lovelier
than anything ? Girls who take Hl-
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea or Tablets.
Sold by F. S. Duffy.
The weather still keeps dry and we
fear our farmers will have to plant
their cotton over.
Quite a lot of our people went to New
Bern on the 10th to attend the celebra
Some of our neighbors are losing
their hogs and we fear it is the cholora.
Mrs Maria Dudley of our place who
has been in Cedar Point died last week
Mr E L McCain is having some
screens out to his house. He means to
keep the flies out.
Mr F G Oglesby is going to have a
new bazaar put to his dwelling.
Mr Arandal Hay of Pelletiers was in
our berg Saturday afternoon.
Mrs A A Garner visited Mrs D Mc
Cain Sunday am.
The lournal is a welcome visitor at
our place. We are all glad to see it
come twice a week.
The old corn crow has become a
chicken eater, our people are losing
their young chicks by the desperadora.
Mr Haywood Hilbo of Florida is vis
iting friends and relatives in our midst
this week. Mr Hilbo was raised .in
Newport, he has been in Florida about
16 years in the fish business.
Misses Amanda and Clara Garner
were the guest of Misa Andaina Mann
. Mr T E Mason of Holly Springs came
over to see bis mother, Mri G H Boland
the past weeK.
K L M.
We make a specialty of adjusting
claims of all kinds and especially Insur
At present we are engaged in a aeries
of suits against the Life Insurance Co.
of Virginia to recover on certain ten
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upon the representation that at the
end of the year uiey couia uraw out
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Very few men have use for a
vest in hot weather.
We find the most attractive
suits in our store just now are
those, composed of coats and
They make the coolest clothes
that a man can wear. You don't
realize how hot a vest is until
you have gone without one.
If you are looking for comfort
it awaits yon here in abundance.
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