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NEW BERN CRAVEN COUNTY, ; N. C.- TUESDAY JANUARY 10. 1911
TM T IT ' " . ' i ii
TO EXTEND THE
WILL HOLD MEM
Ill faces ; -
Return of Christian Science Lead
er. Manifestation Watched -
" For by Students. 7'
New York, Jm. 6. Students 'ef Mrs.
Augusta E. Stetson, the excommunica
ted Christian' Scientist, who hai an
nounced her belie! that Mrs. Mary Ba
ker tr. Eddy will loon return from the
grave and. give a "manifestation" that
will startle the world, are dai'y expect
ing Mr. Stetson to announce that she
haa teen and talked with Mrs. Eddy.
At the Stetson home, on , West Nine
ty sixth street next door to the ' First
1 Church of Christ, Scientist, which Mrs.
8teton built seven years ago, is a va
cant chair, reserved for the appearance
of Mrs, EMdyIo this chajr, students
of MrssUetson say, Mrs, Eddy's spir
itual body has already rested on sever
al occasions, though that was several
months before her death and while the
Mother of Christian Science whs in re
tirement at her home in Brook line. 1
According to the testimony of sever
al of Mr. Stetson's students in Boston
last year, while ahe was on trial for
heresy, meetings presided over by Mrs.
Stetson were held in an" upper room of
- West Ninety-sixth Street, at which
11 present fixed their thoughts on the
empty chair and exerted a thought
force which was supposed to compel
Mrs. Eddy to project her spiritual be
ing through spaee to the empty chair.
These students also told "of mental"
visits of Mrs. Eddy to the Stetson home.
Mrs, Eddy's last visit to the Stetson
home was many months ego," but the
name chair ia'still ready, and those who
believe as Mrs, Stetson does say that
within a week they expect either to
see Mrs. Eddy themselves or barn from
Mrs. Stetson that the latter hasseen
and conversed with the late high pTiest
ess of Christian Science .f V;,';, ,
For the last few days many of Mrs,
Stetson'sstudentsoutof town ha,ve been
coming here, firm-in the belief that
they too, will be able to witness the
"manifestation' or "resurrectiorr'-of
Mrs. Eddy. .;. ';..., ., V.v.;
Prominent Greensbfxo Man Tells
;77t)f' Savodine." , i
T. F, Causey, a Greensboro merchant
doing business at 713 Ev Market street,
says: "I have been a great sufferei
from neuragia for j. several; years," at
very one in my locality knows.' SAVO
DINE is the only thing 1 ''have evei
. found that would givenfe relief. I can'i
say enough for it" " N VV '
i T. ELCAUSEY,
For Benefit of rnbilc library.
On Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock
In the Daughters of the Confederacy
kali there will be an illustrated lecture
on the Passion Play under the auspices
of the Library Committee.
Rev L. P, Howard, who wag in Eu
rope this past summer; and who atten
dad the Passion Play at Ober'Ammer
gtu will lecture while .the scenes; will
beyividly reproduced by means of soul
stirring panoramic stereoptican picture?
magnified life size. This play, a many
know, is produced but once in ten years
and coats hundreds of thousands of do)
. lure, and people go from all over the
world to kee it. 'This is yoqr chance to
witness this world's renowned play arid
also to hear a moat interesting descrip
tlon of each scene when presented by
this gifted young minister., Admission
25 cents.i .Tickets' on .sale at Ennett'a
book store. Bradham's drug store and
Hlbbard's Jewelry stQre or from any
member of the committee.
Rhiunatlim Relieved In Six Houn
Dr. Detchon'l rel'ref Jor Rheumatism
usually relieves severest cajies in a few
hours. Its action upon, the system is
remarkable and effective, It removes
at once the eause and the disease quick
ly disappears. First dose greatly bene
fits. 75c and 1.00. Sold by' Bredham
DrugCe. . , , '
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Stewards Bold Meeting- .
... m.. . - . ; r . I -a- $w
. The Stewards of the New Bern Di
trictof the rethodist Episcopal church
South, met i i this city yesterday. Rev,
R. F. Bumpuas presided oyer the meet-
buz. The following fist of delegates
were present: - ' '.
' Messrs. J MSpruill. Oriental; C Pew
ev Goldaboro: Richard Johnson, Go'd
boro. Demp ey Wood, LaGrange; 0
Weatherly, Faison, J WGoodnon; Kins-
ton; L W 1 pocks Griftun; JE Edwards,
Enow Blll;-CV Richardson, Dover; T
A Green, City: L L Brinson, "Pamlico;
J V V,,o',n, Jcnes; O II Wethering
ton, Eri -)n: C P Dey. Beaufort; W
L Aren ! 1!, Horuhead, City and Alex
Foreman, Carteret 'bounty. V - !
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Filipino Official May be Tried For
Pro Japanese Speech. Doubt
Washington, Jan, 6 War Depart
ment officials yesterday discussed the
practicability of ' punishing Felipo
Buencamino, the-Filipino Assembljt
man, who declared betore the Philip
pine Legislature yesterday that tbe
Japanese would posset's the Philippines
by-April next,: vn the ground that KR
speech constituted treason. , Doubt was
expressed, however, , as to wholher it
could be done, under United States
laws. . . . ' ;
Felipe Buencamino, whose name,
when anglicized, ia 'Piilip Good Roads'
is well known to every army officer who
has served in the Philippine. He bears
the reputation, of being an orator of
ability., ' lie came to the Unitad States
and "Btumped'.' the country in lehalf
of the Filipino insurgents against
American rule. . "
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Crimson Clover, Seed Rye,
Hyde County.. Rust Proof
Oats, Hay Grain and Feed.
Agt.jbr International Stock
and Poultry Food. Chas. B
Hill. New Bern, N, C.
F. E. & C. Union.
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The Farmers Educational and Co-op
erative Union of Craven county has ar
sngf d for a rally at. New Bprn on Jan,
14th, at eleven o'clock We have en
gaged an able, and practical educator to
meet with us and make an addreis on
that occasion, we hope all who possibly
can will m6t with the union at that
time an I placA It will be a public ad
drss and' everybody who wishes the
general prosperity of our county and
eastern N. C, ought to come.
Ve especially invite the teacherjol
)" public schools ti be present and
you may expect an elevating and .practi
cal addresB. ' Come out and bear Mr,
f. E. Shaw of Tjacl iigs N. G , '
"Prei. Craven Con ty Union.
A beautiful, marriage took place at
Beech Grove church Jan. 4' h. at 4 p
m. , The enntmcting parties were Mr,
Quinton U. Southerlard of Wallace,
N, C. and Misa Annie B. Perry of Ih.e
vicinity. The ceremony was conducted
Sy Rev. J. M. Wright.. ,
' The contracting partieelef t immedi
ttelv. takine the evening- train for s
bridal tour. ... '
We all wish them a happy and hope
ful life and much prosperity. ,Ani i.
a one of our brightest and best girls,
tnd we shall miss her gonial smile and
cheerful rongs, but he who has captur
ed such a prize is much to he congrat
u'a eJ, a id we predict that the place
they make their future home" will bt
blessed and helped by their presence.
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa
tUre is on each box. 25c. - . '
. Gaynor'a Assailant Gets 12 Tears.
New York, Jan.- 6. James J. Gallali
er, who shot mayor Gaynor last August
was sentenced, yesterday to 12 years
imprisonment He was convicted
Jersey City on an indictment charging
hiiri with not shooting mayor Gaynor,
but with assaulting with intent to kill
William t Edwards; -commissionei
street cleaning in New York.' The jury
was out fortv minutes and the trial las
ted but a portion of one day. In addi
tion to the 12 years he will have to stay
in prison until the cofct of his -protecu
tion'has been paid by prison service. H
showed no emotion when the verdict
was fesd or when tne sentence was
pronounced. " : v
WashingtonkJan. 6 At a mewting of
the board of trustees of the postal sav
ings banks, held at the office of Post
- 'master GeneralHitchcock yesterd
- Uomewhat fragmentary reports of th
E , flnt day's operation of the postal sav
Ings banks throughout the ccuntry were
received. The reports, although incom
piete, were sufficient to convince tho
members of the board that the plan
worked put successfully and, with prac
tically no difficulty.
Mr. Hitchcock wired the postmasters
in each state in charge of a postal bank
to t legraph a detailed statement of tSe
tint day's business, and it is expected
that a' summary of these telegrsphic
reports wijl demonstrate that the new
governmental banking institution is sn
unqualified succejs, - '
Beaeportionment Discussed by
Crumpacker and Campbell
. States Separate Duties. '
Washington, Jan. 6. Reapportion
ment ef tne next house of representa
tives under the new census was the sub
ject of c inference at the white hQuse
Wednesday when representative Crum
packer, of Indiana, chairman of, the
houne omrolttee On the -census,-talked
At the -same time representative
Campbell, of Kansas, came to the white
bouse with an entirely new idea. He
wanted the membership of the house
arbitrarily f.xed at 225, the number not
to vary under any circumstances,' even
though the population of the country
doubles. i "-r - ;
Mr. Campbell said he was waiting to
see a draft of the Crumpacker bill' be
fore deciding whether he would intro
duce a bill putting an absolute limit up
on the representatiees which the .State
shall forever have.
The Kansan would take all the butii-
ness with the co-ordinate branches of
the government out of the hands of the
congress aad place the duty of looking
rter such matters in the hands of state
agents, one for each state.
This would make statesmen out of
our congressmen, instead of politicians,'
said Mr. CampbeU. :It would leave
th m free to study. statecraft; it would
make them what the constitution in
tended they should, be." : f
When told about the plan of his col
Ifeatrue. Judje CfumDacker was not fa
vorably impressed. He said it w ould
not work. Ha said that the houne of
representatives must be a big body
se it 'would not perform its function
as provided for in the constitution that
of reflecting the sentiment of th a peo
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS ...
Have you neglected your Kidneys?
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tent and-caused trouble with your kid
neys and bladder? Have, you pains in
loinst side, back, groins and bladder?
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Druggist, Price 50c. Williams' M'f'g.
Co., Props., Cleveland, O. ' . N
Mr. W, P. Lane, of Fort Barnwell,
nH Miss Julia H. Line were happily
married at the home of the bride, near
C ve City, January 6th. .- '
Mr. and Mrs. Lane are both decend-
?'d from the oldest families in Craven
county and have a host of-good friends
in New Bern and the county who wish
the m a life-long happiness.
At The Llasonic Cjiera Hotee
Beport That He Will Lend That
:' i,'. Country 110,000,000. i
New ; Orleans, Jan. 7 That Gen.
Mannel Bonilla,' Honduran rebel leader.
today holds the ' key to the key to the
Central American republic aa the re
suit of bis capture of Ruatan Island is
Confirmed in dispatches from Puerto
Cortez, The prospect of immediate in-tervenf-ipD
of the reported deal by which
JPMorgan & Co. assumes the indeUt
edness.bfthe Hondurarf Government's
apparently the moat vital question be
ing discussed in Central America and
the - foreign colony . here. President
Davila has commissioned government
agents to negotiate finally with the
Morgan syndicate,; the proposed bond
ing of the national debt. .1 -,? v
- It is stated in authoritative quarters
In" Wall street today that the proposed
loan to Honduras, to be floated by J.
Pierpont Morgan, will be only $10,000,
000, instead of $40,000,000 as first re
ported, The negotiations for the loan
have not been closed.
They came and saw and
everybody says the 'Piercing
Arrow' Sale. at J. J Baxter's
is the greatest ever. Come
with the crowd and get the
pickings. ; ' "
Farmers Buy Too Much.
In the supplementary bulletin just "is
sued from the State department of ag
riculture and gotten up by State Agio
nofhistJ. L. Burgess, very valuable
and significant estimates are made of
food products shipped into North Caro
mors of the State. It shows that not'?Lf TT a."diands .ttrted
less than 80,000 tons of mill feed values
at $1,368,010 came into the' State, $4,
227,686 worth of wheat and flotH-; $0,
877,148 worth of cured meat; $1,123,
166 worth of corn and oats; $221,875
ujnrth nf hm' ti9 fiS5 worth of butter.
The conclusion reached in thisspecial
i . . . . . A
mist Burgess is that every farmer
should maki) it a point to at least raise
his own home supplies, no matter to
what special crop his lands and section
may be especially adapted.'
FOR SALE CHEAP
Gas launch, Good condition. Suitable
for passenger boat, freight or towing,
36 ft. in length, ft ft, 6 inch beam, Cabin,
Dead-ritxht built hull, 7 tons burten, 10
b. p. Lathrop engine. Apply to
J. E. JENKINS,
Newport, N. C.
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Party Eeturning Through Norfolk !
Tell of Trip. - Party ' Much I
Impressed. ' '
Norfolk, Jan. 9 Norfolkians'who
attended (he celebration of the opening
of the first link of the inland waterway
near . Morehead City Friday returned
Saturday,':.;: . v'.".-. .rj. , i'Vv;;l
They spoke very highly of the cele
bration and were enthusiastic over the
possibility of extending the canal to
Norfolk thereby providing a free inland
route from the Chesapeake Bay to
Beaufort Inlet. .
Mr. Wolcott said the next step ought
to be the completion of the canal to
Norfolk and that waterway advocates
here should do their best to so impress
Congress that it is the most important
link, that could be constructed. He
said, it would open up a free protected
route southward for vessels from Nor
folk, Baltimore, Washington, Rich
mond, Annapolis" and other. cities and
towns on the Chesapeake Bay and its
The party is making the entire re
turn trip from Morehead City to Wash
ington by water, this now being possi
ble since the opening of the new canaL
There are two canals tetween Norfolk
and the Albemarle Sound but they are
not free waterways, both being owned
by private corporations.
Congressman F. C. Stevens, who is
a member of the Washington party, is
the representative from Minniapolis
district and a member of the commission
of Congress appointed to investigate
inland water routes in America and
Europe for a comparison of the develop
ments of the two continent?.
Mr. Wolcott said members of the Con
gressional parly were very much im
pressed with the topography of the
Eastern Carolina section, ' The wildness
their attention and a four-hundred
pound bear killed On Jhe banks of tbe
canal aroused their -curiosity. Tbe
brute was taken aboard one of the ves
New Gunboats on Patrol.
Washington, Jan. 6-That the United
States Government is determined to
keep constant guard upon the coasts of
Honduras during the revolutionary
movements in tW country was eviden
ced yesterday.when two gunboats were
ordered to take the places of the two
now on patrol, which have been direct
ed to go to navy yards.
The Yorktown and the Tacoma, on
the west and east coasts, are going to
San Francisco and Guantanamo, re
spectively! while the Princeton and the
Marietta, now at Corinto and Guanta
namo. respectively, will take their
places at once.
Pepsi Cola Bottlers To Meet In
This City January
Beg nning next Thursday , morning
and continuing hntil Saturday evening
the second annual convention of the
Pepsi-tola bottlers of - the United
States will be in session, in this city
Tlie following elaborate program has
;;f K Thursday 19, 11 A. VL-itf
Address of Welcome, Mayor C. J.
McCarthy. "We Are Glad We Are
Here," T W Thrash. JTarboro, N. C.
"The Pepsi-Cola Family" Pres. C. D.
Thursday, 3 P. M.
"The Label," H. Gamse, Baltimore,
Md. "The Soda Man," D W. Davis,
Elizabeth City, H. W. VanDoren, Pul
aski. Va. "The Top of All," P B
Beard, C C. & S. Co. "How to Get
Business" E H. Gaines, T W Thrash,
Thursday,"? P. M.
Smoker, at home of Pres. C D Brad
Friday 20, 10 A, M.
"How to Assist The Salesman From
Home Office," G N Gaines, Sales Mana
ger. . '-The Crate, Astray," G N Cook.
EH Mixon, Washington N. C, D W
Davis and others. "Bottlers Account
ing," H J Carpenter, Chief Accountant
Pepsi-Cola Co., A. D. Weasel, T. W.
"The Sign, "Eugene U Knight, Phila
delphia, Jas. A. Oudin, New York, E.
H. Gaines, Chas. F Heist, Philadelphia
A, Swayze, Canton, Pa.
Friday, 1 P. M.
Cruise down sound on U, S. S. Elfrida
complimentary to Pepsi-Cola Bottlers
by Capt. T. C. Daniels, commanding
NorttCarolina Naval Militia. Sengs and
Choruses, led by P. B. Beard and J,
Leon Williams. 'The Wagon Man,'
J. Frank Hayer, Charlotte, N. C. W. J
Benjamin, 8umter, S C. H. H. McCoy,
Kinston, N, C. "The Premium," F.
M. Hahn, A. D. Weasel, E. H. Gaines.
"Our Mutual Interests," J D Farrior,
Friday, 8 to 12 P.M.
Reception at Pepsi-Cola Factory, re-
y Saturday 21.
"Home, Sweet Home. N
Take Mi-o-na and Quickly get Kid
Go to Bradham Drug Cx today and
get a fifty cent box of MI O-NA stjm
Take them as directed and notice how
quickly distress, gas aud heaviness will
MI-O.NA stomach tablets not only
givelnstant relief, but taken for a few
daya drive away dizziness, headache,
nervousness and billiousness. ,
Bad dreams and tosirfng about in bed
are caused by out of order stomach,
and MI-O-NA will remove the cause
and put your stomach in splendid con
dition in a fewdays. - ",
Give MI-O-NA a trial at a risk they
guarantee it to cure any stomach
trouble or money back. MI O-NA is a
fine tonic, it builds np run down people
in a short time. , v
Bradham Drug Co. and druggists
every where sett Ml-ONA at 60 cents
a large1 box. - Write for iree trial sam
ple, Booth's Mi-o-na, Buffalo, N. Y.
Drowned at Ocracoke,
The death of Mr. Luther Charlotte,
son of Mrs. Emily Charlotte of this
city, is reported as haQr. occurred at
Ocracoke Dec. 31th. by drowning, The
young man was 22 years old. Node
tails as to the drowning art known.
- Farm For Rent
One horse f armr6 room dwelling, well
drained, wire fence, good water, newjry 4n4 tne beginning of new develop-
barns and outbuildings, healthy place,
epen stock) range, cheap to good tenant
Apply to Journal.
tired Bullet at Wife.
Philadelphia, Jan. 6th. Frenzied be
cause his wife waa about to separate
from him, William Adams, aged f .ti
yean, fired a bullet into her left breast
and then killed himself , with a shot in
the brain. According to neighbors Ad
ams and his wife have had frequent
quarrels in their home in Olney, a sub-'
urb. They agreed to separate and Mrs.
Adams was preparing to leave home
yesterday when Adams returned, ap
parently In a good humor. The couple
went together to a back room of the
house and a moment later the two shots
were heard. Mrs. Adams is in a criti
- cal condition, j -
Towns of Eastern North Carolina
Hold .A. Great Celebration. -
Distinguished Guests- 'r
The blue sky of North Carolina, the
eool winds and hospitality of three
towns, Beanfort, Morehead City and
Oriental, welcomed three thousand peo
ple to the banks of the new canal of the
Inland Waterway connecting Beaufort
harbor and Neuse tw.s f' ' 'r
These people were, carried to the
place by fifty six steamers and motor
boats,-many coming also from the
neighborhood. The , celebration site
was midway in the canal and on the
high ground , and on the spot still oc
cupied by L the primeval forests. From
New Bern went the Naval Reserves'
boat, the "Elfrida" with the Naval di
vision and invited guests. The house
boat of Mr, W. B. Blades, Esq., car
ried a party of business men aid the .
Spartan": also carried its quota. " A
number of other boats left this port for
the scene. The torpedo boat 'DuPont'
carried the Naval Brigade from Orien
tal any many guests.
At Morehead City the revenue
eutter "Pamlico met the congression
al delegation which arrived by rail, and
welcomed them by a congressional sa
lute from its guns. A big flotilla car
ried a crowd from this end to the scene
of the celebration and the nine miles at
this end of the course was presented an
animated marine scene. The tanal has
already been fully described in these
columns but it remains to be said that
the beautiful steel swinging bridge on
the Beaufort highway -was greatly ad
mired by all. The two fleets met upon
tbe scene about ndbn and the celebra
tion of an oyster roast and much speak
ing, lasted; for four hours. If was a
great and impressive sight and beyond
the expectations of all. The list of
speakers was '-national in Ha breadth,
ncluding. Congressman Ransom, of
Louisiana, Congressman Spark man, of
Florida, Congressman Small, of North
Carolina; Congressman Hampton Moore
of Pennsylvania; and Congressman
Stevens, of Minnesota. ' New. England
was represented by Joe Mitchell Chap
pell, of the National Magazine publish
ed at Boston, Mass. and Baltimore was
represented by Joseph E Beaty, of the
Baltimore American. The city of Nor
folk was represented in the absence of
Mayor Reddick by Harry K, Wqlcott.
The State" press had for its spokesman
Edward Brittan, of the Raleigh News
and; j Observer. Chas. L. Abernsthy
epoke for he Reception Committee and
H L, Gibbf for the town of Oriental.
The crtv of New Bern was ablv and
eleqijentiy spoken for by Sam L. Brin
son who, (n his concluding words eulogi
zed the authera of this great work.
Capt. Earl I Brown told of the difficul
ties of the undertaking and declared
the canal officially opened. Congress
man elect John M. Faison spoke for his
district. All the speakers were happily"
introduced by Senator F. M. Simmons,
woo gave due credit wnere creau was
due, and no one seemed more full of
joy at this great enterprise which ia
sure to be of untold benefit to his State
and he also predicted a wonderful fu
ture for his ancient city of New Bern.
Perhaps the most important speeches
made were by Congressman Sparkman, .
the future chairman of the Rivers and
Harbors Committee and tbe three other
members of the committee who were
present. . They all promised continued
support to the Inland Waterway and
Moore, of Pennsylvania, advocated 18
feet depth from Boston to Beaufort at
an estimated cost of $75,000,000. Con
gressman Ransom also advocate! $50,-
000,000. annually with a minimum depth
ef 12 feet.'t The absence of Hon. Chas.
R. Thomas,' caused by illness, was much
felt but he was given full eredit for his
atbets tnnis work by Senator Sim
mona and others. . y , . . ,
At 4': o'clock the two fleet were
speeding north'and south carrying the
great assemblage to its near and dis
tant , home. . Tha cutter ''Pamlico"
continued its course north and will ar
rive In Elizabeth City today, where tbe
citizens of fhat place will welcome the
distinguished guests of the State. Tbe
day Was a memorable one in our his to-
mentSj and prosperity in all Ihe vast .
territory of Eastern North Carolina.
From One of New Bern' Best
Having, used Savodine freely accord-
ty big to directions in my family, I con
lidW it the. bMt remedy I have ever
tried tot bruises, for cold in the head, -
throat and chest, for rheumatism, for
sciatic, neuralgia and cat arrb. A f ter
a two year'atest I recommend "Savo
dine to al who suffer from any of the
above complaints. .
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; f New Bern, N. C
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AlUioa:! mo&y ta' tve rod ct all
va,'tt'nost su"--.rl res i?r.i
to bs t mo r v.