No. 56. NEW BERN, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, FRIDAY OCTOBER 26, 1906.--SECOND SECTION. 29th' YEAR f MAKE YOUR f.lOHEY WORK FOR YOU .' THIS im PAYS INTEREST ' : On Savings Account at 4 per cent, a year, compounded semi-annually. ' , ,-,. J, On Time Certificates of Deposit at 4 percent, if the money remains six months. ' " ".' '. ' Ton can cbooae the plan beat suited to your needs, .There ia no need of having idle money. This Bank js safe and liberal CAPITAL 05 POLLOCK ST. TELEGRAPHIC m Events of Past Three Days Tersely Told For Jour nal Readers. TEF.-.UORy INCLUDED I'M. TO MEXICO Indastrial, Commercial, Social, Religi ons, Criminal and Political Happenings Condensed In Few Lines. i-' ' , London, Eng., Oct. 23 There waa great excitment at the opening of Par liament. Over one hundred leaders and supporters of the Woman's Suffrage movement were present and made a wild fight with the police at the doors of the Parliament hall They were all taken out of the building and eight in- rlnMrAM mas lsiAarsl tin . THi I ao flora wen defiant and left the place shout ing their demands for equal suffrage aad calling the members and police cowards. Raleigh, Oct. 23rd. The Supreme Court has decided that the Union pass enger station at Golds boro must be built as ordered by the Corporation Commission, at the head of Walnut St. The majority of aldermen protested against this order of the Commission, but die not appeal. Charles Dewey and some other citisena appealed. The court says the Corporation Com mission has the right to require Union 1 9 . v .... ' : .t- - 1 -ucpui whi weave uicin, wiu uiv uw gives the railways power to condemn bade, and also the right to make chang es in routes. In other cases court holds it is no longer lawful to give exemptions from jury duty to any firemen except those In active service. Raleigh, Oct. 83d. -Nathan Powell, who lives about eight miles from bete, came in town today and says thatch ad others saw a man last Thursday whom they are sura was the mtssng actor, Francis Starr, of the "It hap pened Nordlan Co" who left here so mysteriously Wednesday afternoon. - Mr. Powell says the man's drea cor responded exactly with the description ad ha thought at once he was the tame man, having read the newspaper story. lit. Powell's son sold the man a ticket to Wilson Friday. From that point he could take the Atlantic Coast Line North. The-tnan said he had served in " the English army. He had plenty of nosey. He wanted whiskey and said, be bad been on little spree and left Raleigh,. He gave his name to no one. Chicago, Oct CSrd. Mrs. Caroline Corbin, president of the Illinois Fader tion of Woman's Clubs, stated today that she was strongly opposed to wo man suffrage. Washington, Oct. 22. Preeldent Roosevelt has made the annual Thanks giving proclamation designating Thurs day November 29, as Thanksgiving day, Denver . Col Oct 23-The snow storm which commenced last Friday! continue! and is the hardest October' now storm that ever occurred. The snow is two feet deep and has caused great damage to the cattle industry, thousands of cattle perished on the plains. J "'.h, Oct fcl-The Superinten- r.'s of tv.e tu northwest counties of t' C ite lave s'.-.t a written protest f IV sr " i cf E Terinten- V 8ibo,'6o6.oo Washington. Oct 24th. All reports say that Santa Domingo revolution has been successfully put down. The re port seems well confirmed that the President will appoint Attorney Gener al William H. Moody, of Massachusetts, to a seat on the Supreme Court bench, to succeed Justice Brown ' f New York, Oct. 24th.- The British schooner Sirrocco, with six men on board is reported trying to reach Cuba in a waterlogged condition. The men declined all offers of assistance. Raleigh. Oct 24. -Deputy Marshal Joseph Jordan waa shot in the face and neck, last night, near Youngsville, by a moonshiner who is known. Cheyenne, Wyo., Oct. 24. -Ten pas senger trains are stalled in the deep snow, The storm still prevails. Norfolk, .Oct 24. The Southern Produce Exchange, composed of truck ers, disapproves of the opening of the produce dock in New York City at 7 a. m. instead of at 5 a. m. . The truckers will seek to have en forced the Virginia statute, to secure the jailing of all loafers, when there is work offered. Washington Oct 26 The Japanese Minister has asked of the United States that it will see to it that the Japanese in California are accorded their full rights under the treaty between the two countries, including the right Jof children to attend the 'public schools. The Japanese bitterly, resent the ex clusion of their children from public schools. KKanaas City, Oct 25. More than 25 persons are believed to be buried in the ruins of the old Chamber of Commerce bui'ding which was destroyed by fire early this morning. Firemen and police also estimate fifty others are injured and it is said that the hospital death list will be considerably swelled, as many are mortally hurt, either from burns or Injuries received in jumping. Two hundred were sleeping in the building when the fire broke out, and in the mad rush men. women, and chll dren fled to the roof. When the fire men arrived the building was a mass of flames. Fire ladders werv stretehed, but did not reach the frantic, panic- stricken people on the roof. Many jumped and were caught by firemen, while others were found nearly uncon scious In smoke, which filled the halls. Raleigh, Oct 25. -The Cadet com' mandant at the Agricultural ft. Me chanical College Will take the band, and the prize winning company to Wilmington, Charlotte, New Bern and other points in the State if the rail ways will givelow rates.' State Superintendent of Public In atruction Joyner, who as treasurer, is receiving contributions for the Charles D. ..Mclver statue, is now receiving many gifts. All class-mates of Mclver at the State University will make spec ial contributions. Joyner urges on the 7,000 public school teachers in the State to contribute. He issues a special ap peal to them. New York Oct 25-On the govern ment's report todsy, cotton broke 41 points. The number of bales ginned was 4,910,290 or 80.000 less than at ' ,, j.. hut vMr ', ,, I iAUimma. H. C. f lot VR Irithafnnt .ball game here today between the A. and M. College team of Raleigh,' N. C and the Clemson College team, neither side scored. The average young woman of to-day is busy. Beauty is only another name for health, snl it comos to 09 out of evey 1"3 .:.a take Hutitatar'a Rocky I" ' ' T. Tea or Tallets, 35 cts. r. r,. r i; JAIL BREAKER. Gailford County- Represented in Supreme Court by Many Lawyers. lYJOOnDERCHSES TO BE. ARGUED. Someone Will Have a New Hat After Election. Hnnting Season Com menced, Game Said to lie Plentiful. Auction Sale of Lots. : (Fpecial Correspondence.) Greensboro, Od. 23. Fanny Tatum, a negro woman, seems to De a specialise of her kind, in stead of a novice, and is as good breaking out. Sometime ago she and another woman committed a bold burglary here, by breaking into a store at night and stealing a quan tity of goods, a lot of the them being found in her house. She broke out of jail before her case was tried, was caught and convicted and got a long term in the county work-house. About a month ago she broke out of the work house, waa caught and carried back again. Friday she again escaped and nothing could be heard of her until Sat urday afternoon, when a "weaver woman" told a policeman that the "nigger boy" walking on the opposite side of the street from where he was standing, was the record breaking house and prison breaker. The officer crossed over, took the dude boy to the station house, had his clothes removed by another woman, and there stood Fannie in blushing guilt She was taken back to the work-house and had not broke out up to this. This being Guilford week in the Su preme court, requiring the presence of many of Greensboro's lawyers there, the calendar of cases in the Superior court waa arranged for the first week, to suit the situation, giving lawyers who conld remain here a chance to try their cases. No jury cases were tried yesterday. The following Greensboro attornies are in Raleigh: Messrs.. Chas M. Stedman, G. S. Furguson, Jr., G. Bradshaw, J. T. Morehead, E. J. Justice, Z. V. Taylor. W. P. Bynum, J. A. Barringer, A. B. Kimball, R. R. King and A. M. Scales. Among other important appeals to be argued are the two cases for murder against Dr. J B. Matthews, convicted of murder in the second degree for the alleged poisomngof his wife, and Frank Bohannon convicted of murder of rail road foreman Beachman, and sentenced to be hanged October 25th. He is rep resented by Mr. G. S, Bradshaw. Dr. Matthews case will be taken up the first thing Tuesday morning. The argument will consume two hours, one hour on each side. The defendant is represented by the law firm of Sted man A Cooke, ri this city and Guthrie ft Guthrie of Durham. i Dr. Matthews is now in a private sanitarium in Maryland where he has been since a few weeks after his trial and conviction. He ia out under a $5,000 bond. Either Post master Douglas or Demo cratie Chairman Brown will be the rich er for a t5.00 hat after election day. Mr. Douglas gives Mr. Brown the hat ifthedemocaats in the county main tain in the election of the majority of two yean ago, which was 1199. Should they not do that, Mr. Brown gives Mr. Douglas the hat. The democratic coun ty chairman is sure bis hat bill for the season Iwill be five dollars less than usual for he Is figuring on a majority of 2500 for the democrats. Several hunters went ito Manchester this afternoon on a fox hunt when they hunt they always catch them. Some of those in the parts were Messrs J E Jordan, Neill Ellington, I J E Mc- Knight Will Parker and J Elwood Cox, the last two from High Point Man chester is near Fayetteville and sheriff Jordan ia part owner of an extensive hunting preserves near there. . . Under the term of the bird law as ap plieable to this county, it becomes law ful to ahoot birds on and after Nov. It ia said that the mild winter last year did no namage whatever and the sup ply this year is abundant Then waa another big auction sale of city lota here yesterday afteraoon, about two miles irom me uourt House IIEGRO on the Battle Ground road. Every Iot'wldortoltalvfroml900tol905. was sold,, in an hour and fifty minutes, the net sales amounting to 10,000 and the Iota averaging about SlOO each. Drink Pep-Tono carbonated in bot tles 5c. ' 1 ' AtWhltcomb'l can now be had sweet Florida orangea of the famous Umatella brand. Also grape fruit so dent Roosevelt to fill the vacancy caus plMUiing to the eye and delightful to ed by the death of ex-President Harri- Uie taste. Will aUo have a few dozen Estaima,' or kid glove' variety of orarge so attractive in color and f vr. C. E. WWtcomb, 83 George St ' ' NEW BERN CITIZEN HAS AN EXPERIENCE. Mr. C. D. Bradhahi Jn Wreck on The Seaboard Air Line v in Georgia. Whatever faith Mi-. C. ID. Bradhsm maj have in the new method of physi cist treatment by means of vibratory motions, his experience last Sunday while passenger on a fast Seaboard Air Line train will suffice him for quite a little time in the line of vibrations. The only wonder is that he did not get "vi brated" to death and he" regards him self eqceedingly fortunate' that ', he ia here to tell the tale of his narrow es cape from death. . 1 ' Mr. Bradham with Mr. J. L. Qainn, who is interested in business with him; were traveling toward home and were 2 miles south of Cedartown Ga.. and about 60 miles south of Atlanta, coming from Birmingham, Ala. The train was going at a high rate of speed and there was a sudden jolt and a sensation sim ilarto riding over very rocky roads. The change was so sudden from smooth to rough riding that botti gentlemen who occupied seats in the sleeper were jerk ed out 'of position and wen thrown around in the rude fanner that trains have some times. It became apparent that they were in a wreck Or would be soon and they braced themselves in the seat to avoid being thrown,' if possible and meeting with such casualties as might be expected. The; train had jumped the track and was going at a frightful rate of speed on the ties. The train went along in this way it is esti mated half a mile and when Mr. Brad ham had become used to the motion and the train had slackened its speed he left the car and looking in the dlree tion of the train saw the engine sever al rods ahead of the first car with the mere trucks and platform of the tender. He felt that he had been hurt and sat down for a few minutes and after be ing sure that he had .no injuries to seriously cripple him he went along the train to see where he could be of as sistance. He said that the cars, al though they were vestibuled and leaBt apt of any cars to be telescoped, each one except the last coach were jammed into each other. Some cars were there without -trucks ?od other trucks were without cars. The mail car was such a wreck that. it never was found. . The clerk was happily in the sesond-class car, and thereby escaped sure death. He was badly injured. It was observed that the nuts and bolts securing the track were cut off as smoothly as if done by an electric saw. The track was torn up for rods and re sembled an exaggerated S. No cause could be assigned for the derailment as the track was perfectly smooth and only a slight curve in the rails. It is thought that there may have been some flaw in the rails or ties but there was no visible obstruction. There was no news of the accident in the Monday or Tuesday papers. The train was occupied by very few pass engers. Changes in The Cabinet. The Associated Press dispatches from Washington ' in yesterday's papers says: ' 'The following statement regarding prospective changes in President Roose velt's cabinet was made public tonight: On the retirement of Secretary Shaw and Attorney-General Moody from the cabinet the following changes will be made: Secretary of the Treasury Hon, George B. Cortelyou. Postmaster-General Hon. George Von L. Meyer. "Attorney-General-Hon. Charles J, Bonaparte. "Secretary of theNavy Hon. Victor H. Metcalf. "Secretary of Commerce and Labor, Hon. Oscar S. Strauss." The general understanding for some time has been that Attorney-General Moody will retire on the first of the coming January, and that Secretary Shaw will follow him on the fourth of March. On the first of the year, there fore, Mr. Bonaparte, who is now sec retary of the navy, will succeedMr. Moodv. as attorney-general, and he will be in turn succeeded by Mr. Met calf, he secretary of commerce abd la bor, the latter's place being filled by Mr Strauss, Mr. Cortelyou, postmaster-general will take Secretary Shaw's place on the fourth of March, at which time Mr. Meyea la to become postmaster-geueral Mr. Meyer, who will become postmaster -ffeneral. is ambassador to Russia, to which place he was appointed on March 1905, having been , promoted to that '0mce following his service of ombas The appointment of Mr. ' Strauss ' caused considerable surprise, as it will be the first case where a citizen ot the Hebnw faith has been made a member of the president's cabinet. He was born j December 8, 1850, and is well known I He represented the United States as minister to Turkey on two different oe- casions, and was .appointed by Presi son as a member of the permanent court of arbitration at The Hague, A great b'g nickle's worth tn every bolt's of rep-TuTio. JUSTIFIABLE CAUSE ! FJRST QUARTERLY FOR LITIGATION Preacher Seems to Think He Can Kill His Wife Releas ed on Peace Bond- CUBAN STUDENTS LIKE WHITSETT INSTITUTE. Voice Seutimcnt of Their Homo Peo ple in the American Governments Intervention. Republican Con gressional Candidates Silly '' IHstrihe. Handsome New Building Be ing Erected. L Special Correspondence. Greeneboro, Ort. 24. There was a mad set of Winston-Salem patrons of the hotels here last night. They had come on the evening train from Wilkes boro and Winston-Salem, intending to take one of the evening south bound trains. On account of a delay of an hour on the yards in the city they miss ed the train and were forced to spend the night in the city. The train came in on what is known as the "Y", leav ing the main line near Spring Street, backing down the old A. and Y. track and coming to the depot by the way of the lumber yard district. When the train reached the South Elm Street crossing the train was stopped until the main line was cleared, when it ran up to the depot. It was dark when the train Btopped and no one knew where it was. No porter was sent through the train to notify the passengers and they remained in their seats. When they had sat for Beveral minutes, until the south bound trains had gone, the conductor came through and told the passengers how near the dopot they were, and offered apologies to those that had been left Squire J. M. Wolfe yesterday re leased A. F. Moore, a street preacher whom he caused to be incarcerated in the county jail last week, upon his signing a hundred dollar bond to keep the peace for six months and to stay off of the premises of his family. Moore was tried last week on the charge of attempting to take the life of his wife and was committed to jail in default of a $200 bond. Inquiry was made 7nto the sanity of Moore, but the physicians who examined him could only give a certificate of emotional in sanity, which was not sufficient cause for care of an asylum. A gentleman who was at Colfax, in this county Saturday night, at one of Republican candidate for Congress Rey nolds' secret appointments, says there was seventy-five people present. He says that among other matters, Reyn olds discussed with seriousness as well as prolixity the relation of the women to the Democratic party. He acknowl edeed that the fair sex were for the mobt part wen Democrats, but just as the dog loves his master, no matter how much his master beats him, so the meaner the Democratic party treats the women the more they like it The Central Construction Company broke ground this morning for the erec tion of a handsome two-story, brick steel and atone building on north Elm street opposite the city hall Mr. C.A Rrav. as trustee of the heirs of the late B. J. Fisher is having the build ing erected as an investment for them. A portion of the structure has already been leased by Mr. Pool, who will move his undertaking establishment to the new building as soon as it is com pleted. ' ' There is quite a colony of Cubans, who are students at Whitsett Institute, near Greensboro. For the past month they have shon deep interest in the news relating to the revolution there, and the part the United States has ta ,ten In the governmental attain. They almost to a man express the kindliest interest in this government's taking hand. While eagerly seeking an English training at Whitsett, these Cubans keep thoroughly posted on affairs at home, and for the past week have been very much interested in reading reports of the terrible storma which have swept over their "Little Gem of the Sea," carrying death and property loss in their wake. " ' The One Woman. After a tremendous success .u. iikv win Clansman, many an author would have . been content to ait with folded handa ana enjoy me, ouv ui. m urau. m It 1 A. ll. - I JIA.ta.Jlfc for rest In the make up of l nomas Dixon, Jr. He ia Imbued with the beautiful discontent of progress. When the Clansman was wen on wwaru sue Mm this brilliant Southern dramatist n..n..inCT hi. nan, nlav Th f)n WomVfounded on hi. nove.of the same name. Thia newest Dixon come- dv drama will be presented at the New 1 Masonic Opera House Friday evening, November 2nd. Choice hams and bacon at Oaks Mar- ket to'.-y. , ... MEETING DIXIE CO. Progress And Condition of Xew Company Better Than Promises Forecasted. DOUBLE TRACKING Delegation to The Synod at Statsville A Praiclierl!!H8 Church. Fine Sjwrt Fox Huntiug. (Special Correspondence.) Greensboro, Oct. 25 The first quar terly meeting of the Board of Directors of the new three quarter of a million dollar Dixie Fire , Insurance Company here last night attracted quite a num ber of influential insurance men and capitalists. Besides prominent capit alists of Greensboro, who are on the Board, the following among out of town members were present at the session last night: J B Blades, president, of New Bern. Ashley Home of Clayton, R M Miller and J H Little of Charlotte E M Armfield of High kPoint, William Calder, of Wilmington, L S Blades ofi Elizabeth City, John R. Bruton of Wil son, Henry Redmond and James P. Sawyer of Asheville. The work of this company was found to be in a fine con dition, and although it has been in busi ness but three months, it has establish ed agencies already (in 25 states with excellent patronage in all. The object in organizing this Southern Fire Com pany with '.large capital was for the purpose of doing a wider business than had been possible with a smaller Icap- italized company, and the results are more than meeting expectations. The officers and Directors of the Nortti State Fire Insurance Company of which : Ashley Home of Clayton is president held their quarterly meeting yesterday afternoon. This company has been in successful operation for two years, and is doing all the business it cares to, That Greensboro is the insurance cen ter of the South is attested by the fact that Jit is now the headquarters and home office of Four ILife, and six Fire Insurance Companies. The Southern Railway has given a a contract to Stewart tsrotners 01 Greensboro to construct a section of its double tracking work between hero and Danville. The work of double track south of here towards High Point and on to Salisbury has been vigorously pushed for two years and is nearly com pleted. A part of the double track be tween Greensboro and High Point is al ready in MK and all will be in'.by Spring. Beginning at Greensboro again the work by Stewart Brothers will be pushed'north, towards Danville. . Among those who have gone from here to attend the Presbyterian Synod at Statesville are W. S. Moore, of the First Presbyterian church, Rev. C. E. Hodgln from Westminister Presby torian church, Rev, J. W. Goodman from Bessemer Avenue and Buffalo churches Dr. Charles Gilmer, Mr. E. J Davis, and Mrs. W. A. Sharpe. A special train will be run from States ville to Davidson College today to give the delegates to the Synod the oppor tunity of visiting that college which is conducted under the auspices of the Presbyterian denomination. The first Presbyterian Church here is yet without a pastor. It seems im possible for this large and wealthy congregation to get the minister of their choice, and each Sunday for near ly a year, the pulpit has been filled by learned and able preachen from this and other States, not all of course, be ing, what are popularly called "trial preachers, . On next Sunday, then is not a doubt about everybody connected with the First Presbyterian Church, or kin to anvbodv connected with , it, going to the services morning and night, being not only edified but delighted with the services. Rev. Dr. Egbert W.Smith for all his ministerial life, ,ta able, consecrated and beloved ..pastor, until he left a year ago to accept the pas torate of a large church in Louisville, Ky , will be the preacher at the First Presbyterian will pay a Visit the latter nart of the week to his old friends, parishioners and kindred here, and on Sunday morning and night will preach in the church which almost seems a part of him and his noble father, a hrotWpARor Dastor of the same church r fiftv vpnm A letter received here from one of I -1 0 Iox huters who went to 7. . . sheriff Jordsns preserves near Man., .he.t 0 . hunt Monday, indicates t. havimr fins snort The lodge (g but a quarter of mile from the rail- ...j ,tation. On alitrhting from the train Mnnrinv afternoon, and on the wan tn ramn. the doiTS Struck the trail Z" lued for 'the three hoUrs and reyruird eaucrht. Col. Elwood Cox of h h Point having the honor of taking t,.e brush. : Pep-Tono the btaffsandref!.!, ideal .drink. Tones, I ERUPTIOIIS FOR YEARS Suffered Severely With Eczema A3 ; Over Body Examined 15 Timet . ' by Government Board Who Said There , Was No Cure-An , Old t Soldier Completely Cured, - A THOUSAND THANKS TO CUTICURA REMEDIES , "For over thirty-five years I was severe ufforerfromeetatna. Theerup tion was not confined to any one place. It was all over my body, limbo, and even on my head. I am sixty years old and an old soldier,-and hav been examined by the Governmecs Board over fifteen times, aad they sai4 then was no euro for me. I hav taken all kinds of medicine and hav spent large sums pf money for doctors, without avail. A short time ago I decided to try the Cuticura Remedies, and after using two cakes of Cuticura, Soap, two boxes of Cuticura Ointment, and two bottles of Cuticura Resolvent, two treatments in all, I am now well and completely cured. A thousand thanks to Cuticura. I cannot apeak too highly of the Cuticura Remedies. John T. Roach, Richraondale, Boas Co., Ohio, July 17, 1906." 100,000 MOTHERS Daily Tell Other Mothers That Cuticura Soap is the best baby soap in the world for cleansing ana purifying the skin, and that Cuticura, . Ointment is of priceless value for soothing and healing itching, tortur ing, andaisfiguring eruptions. A single ' application of Cuticura Ointment, pre ceded by a warm bath with Cuticum Soap, gives instant relief , and refreshing ' sleep for skin-tortured babies, and rew for tired mothers. Bathe the af fected parts with hot water and Cuti cura Soap, to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thick ened cuticle: drv without hard rub uuueura umtmen and inftamma- heaL Cnttnm Soap, OUmmo. tat rift m M ObwAhI ih. world, riium ni m rimii rum nnii n nin . nnis, ST ItaM Im, " Ttow M Oon XwtulH omim? " State Colored Fair Special Correspondence Raleigh, Oct. 25. -The State colored fair is soon to be held ben and its of ficers say the exhibits will be above the. average. As a general thing it la vary dry during the week of the white State fair and very wet during the colored fair, and it came about a year or so ago that an old darkey hen on being asked by some white friend what was the date of the colored fair, replied: "De fua' rainy week after de white fair." Fine pork loin, sausage and Kver at Oaks Market today. A. M. Z. District Conference. Quite a number of ministers and dele gates left Tuesday morning on the west" bound train over the A. & N. C, to at tend the New Bern District Conference ' North Carolina Annual Conference, A. M, E. Zion denomination, which opened its sessions Tuesday. 11 a.m.,in White's Chapel, Dover. Rev. Wo. Sutton, D. D President of the Eastern North Carolina Industrial Academy, this city. presided of the conference, which la composed of 180 miniate n and dele gates. A large per centage of the delegate are females, and the whole forms quite an intelligent body of Christian work ers, whose influence effect widely. W. W. ' Lawrence and W H. Starker of New Bern an the Secretaries of the Conference, and Dr. J. Harvey Ander son reporter. The business of the con ference consist of routine work, nr. ports from the various charges, discus sion of religious, moral, and reform subjects, reading papers, etc. The ' conference will be in session four days. and is holding very interesting' -session. Dr. Wm. Sutton has been nomi nated for one of the four bishops to be elected by his denomination in 1908, by the General Conference, Philadelphia, " Pa. , . ... , - Children's Wedding. The marriage of .the season will be " solemnized at the residence of Mn. W. : J. Lucas near the corner of East Front and South Front Sta., Friday night. Oct 26. Much Interest in the approaching ceremony ia felt by the many friends of the contracting parties. Admission will be by card only twenty five cents, however will buy the card for a grown person and tea cents for the children. Other entertaining features will be provided for the guests and all are aa sured an evening of ran pleasure. Refreshments will not be overlooked. Proceeds an for benefit 01 new church carpet 1 . . I . 4 ieta give me weoaing party uie boa or of our presence and the value of our patronage. t Clo:'.r.3 CAVJ.3. I offer all my stork, en and crackers silver v -' r, t razors, crrvi: '.1 ' i f l. r. k?,lvri, I r-V. r, c- t.

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