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NEW BERN CRAVEN' COUNTY. N. C..-TUESDAY FEBRUARY 21. 1911 -FIRST SECTION V"
TOLSON L 1.1. CO.
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AND CQF- Mill
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LIAMS DROPS DEAD
Bll to .Create Forest Reserves in
r the East Sets Through
-f. Congress. C
v Washington, Feb. 16th.-After many
yean of et?lay the - bill looking to the
.creation of national forest merves in
' i Tt7LTi i - i ii r. iL
the White Mountains and tho Southern
Appalachians passed the Senate the
vote standing 67 to 9. . ... . ,
, The bill passed the house of Repre
v gentativea last-session, and as it was
v . accepted by the Senate without change
it lacks oidy the signaiureof tbe Pres
- ident to make it a Iaw,:':v-. v.
" Senators Simmons, of North Carolina. -)
1 1 itiiu . i. c tt .anus, jiciaid ppyiv lit
' support of the bill, and Senators bur
. - ton, of Ohio, and Hey burn, of Idaho, in
.opposition, The supporters of the meas
ure resisted all efforts at ametidmaat
on the theory that ;any change wtuld
s imperii the bill in the houe. They were
succeufuL , i
y In a short speech toward the closs of
the debate Senator 1 eyburn denounced
'the bi 1 hs farce and as "the most rad
ical pjee ui fancy legislation ver pro
posed to Conire?a.' Htj declared that
if aerimHy carried into effect it would
eudt more than the Panama CA.nal.
While it is urdfrstood on al sides
that the purpose of the bill is the iuv
. quisiiionof lands in ti e White Moun-
tains of Nw England and of the Ap-
palachlans io the Southern States fori
the creatipji of forest reserves,, it con
tains no specific meViion of such pui
poae. The authority for this 'proceed
v; Ing is found in. the general powem con
Thecnrryirg into effect of tl.e p-o-
Tisions of the bill is placed in the hands
. - of commission to be composed ut ibo
Secretary of War, tHe Secretarybf the
Interior, the Secretary of Agriculture,
two Senators and two members of the
Hoass of Representatives. ,
' The purchase of land ia placed in the
hands of the Secretary : of Agriculture
and is confined to such areas as may af
V feet the head , waters of 'navigable
.streams. No purchase is to be author
. ized until passed upon by the Gaxlogi
cai Survey. The land once acquired, it
is to be cut up into forest reserves as
may seem best for administrative pur-.
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Authority for co-operation with difr
ferent states 'is given and $2,OfXpoa a
year iS appropriated rintil 1915. ' .
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7 ' " WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS .
' Have you neglected your Kidneys?
Have you overworked your nervoussya
v tem and ciused trouble with your kid
neya and bladder? Have you pains in
loins, side. back, groins and bladder?
. Have you h Dabby, appeaHnee of the
face, especially under the eyes? Too f re
, quent si desire to pass urine? If so, Wil
, . - Iiama' Kidney Pills will cure you-at
Druggist, Price 60c Williams'- M'f'g.
- - Co., Props.', Cleveland, O. ' -
" Cobbers Was Tortured.
. New York, Feb 16 -Tortured by fire
was resorted to by burglars who broke
into the rooms of Joseph Wihnock. a
cobber, in Williamsburg today in their
determination to make him reveal the
hiding pjace of his pitifully small hoard
of savings. It was not, yitil the two
relentless men had burned off Vih
sock's beard and hair and had blistered
lifa neck with match flames that then
pluckJitlla man reveale I this his small
tore of $12 warfudden in the mattress
ra, which bis torturers bad him pinned
down. At the hospital where the cob
bler had his painful, but not fatal burns
dreised, he identified two young men
-whom the police arreted as the pair
who had tortued and robbed him. - Iney
were held for the grand jury.
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- . Thi Clone Army.
Mr. T. II. Cltchfio'-d tells lu "Vanish
lng EngUindVtue ntory of tlio-Uoll
right Stopos, a stone circle In Oxfonl
hire, "which' wore snld once upon a
time ia have been a king nud UIb army
and were couverted Into iitone by a
witch who cast i fata! s1ell upon tuem
by the words: , ..m ' , ?
Move no -more; und fait, stoni
KUtf of England, tliou alialt none.
Tha solitary stone-1 the ambitious
' (nnn.rrh who WHS told'by tat OIBCle
i that If he could see Long Compton he
nnM lx kins of Eiisluodthe circle
la his armr. and the Bvewhlsp
knights" are fir 6f Lls-cUloftains. who
were batching a plot against Mm wnea
UiO uft - --- "
Cftirged With Mla-represenUtlon.
In th police court yterday after
noun Ellaa Green, the negro mas' who
was arrested at Brldgoton last Wednes
day right as being tuipicious charac
Ur, gltefi a h-arln on a. Warrant
charging him whh mis-repreaentation,
he having searched a housa in the west
ern part of th city ond r the guise of
tenu ofTicetand alro an mhsuU with
. deadly wenponi Probiib'e rauie wni
, fonnd in Toth csf" and h ws bound
cvr to the npxt terra of Surr-rbr Court
C! : r a bond of t-'0 in default of which
he con iiiHt- 1 1- j-.X
Well r Equipped Manufacturing
- i; Plaufboing an Increasing
Av Business. x
The annual metrng of the Tolson
Lumber and Manfg.CoBipany, waaheld
at the company's, office, last night and
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the following officer were elected for
the ensuing yeari H. W. SimpsonV
President, J. L. Tolson.-V. Presi
dent, F. H. Abcrly-Treas., arfd L. C.
Tolson, Secy, and Mangr. ! " " :
' These pe ple have a fully , equipped
plant for manufacturing all interiorand
exterior trimings for building, flooring,
ceiling, partition, "siding" and etc," In
their wood working, department they
are getting cut all kinds of special wort
pertaining to the different parts of a
building, sash and doors, store fronts,
balusters, newels, columns, plinth blocks
-jtair and porch rail, in fact every im
agineible shape of turned" work t . They
k-ep a larffn' supply of stock material
scorea in meir warenouse reauy ior im
mediito . shipment. The management
of this concern slates that they are be
ing kept busy with work, and the pros
pects look very favorable for, a good
spring and summer trade. Although
this industry is but ft few months old,
they are becoming ' more -etifablahed
each day, and are handling a Very sat
EGGS FOR SALE.
Full blooded Barred Plymouth Rock,
Black Langshans and Buff Orpington S.
C. Eggs fo sale. A setting of 15 eggs
for fl.OO. Apply to '
MRS. "JOHN HUMPHREY,
ByJ'hone or Mail, Clarks, N. C
Dived Through Class Door,
Just before Mayor McCarthy opened
his court yesterday afternoon, Charley
William, a negro fish vender, -walked
into the room and took a scat. One-of
the officers saw Wiljianu and knowing
that the firm of Harker & Tooker, fih
dealers, would like, to -see him in re
gards to somo fish that mysteriouply
disappeared while I e Was in their em
ploy(atepped over to thetelephone and
called them up. Williams heard the
call and at once made a dash for free
dom. Down the steep flight of steps
that leads up to the courtroom he shot.
On reaching the landing ho saw that the
Klass door which Tars the entrance to
the building, was closed and as the of
ficer was in clos j pursuit he decided to
wasta no time in opening it but dived
through the the glass.' His attempt to
escape in this direction however prov
ed fruitless for withNt gash over one of
his eyes he was picktd up and carried
back to the court room.'-. .
Number One Has Been
Thatpart of Rural Route number one
beginning atSjiing Hope church and
ending at Olympia, has "bean changed
from a daily delivery of mail to a tri
weekly, -and a tri-weekly mail has been
established; beginning at Spring ope
h'irch, and going via the Walker roadlrft to reconvene Congress Immediate
and tiwtiew mad to Olympia.
Mail will he delivered on Monday
Wednesday . and Friday from Spring
Hope church on the eld route and on
Tuesday, Thursday aud. Saturday on
the r.ew ioute. the other portions of
the old route will not be
this change. 1
By order P. O. Department,
J S KASNlflhT. P. M.
,, T , New Bern, .CU
Prices Paid For Cotton. ; ,
Washington. Feb."M6th. American
manufacturers paid an average price of
14:3 eenta per pound for American up
land cotton and 3.2 cents for linters du
ring the year which ended August 31
1910. according tooths bureau of statis
tics of of the Department of Agricult
ure. The average price per pound of
other kinds of raw cotton consumed" du-
rWar the year were: .
G'onria and Florida Sea Island Z7.1
cel. U; South Carolina Sea Island 8 a
eenta: Egyptian "20.5 cenU; East Indian
10.0 cent.; Peruvian 16 cents and Chi
nese 11,6 cents.
' . Names In Samoa. : '
Travelers visiting Sanioa are puzzled
t first by the fact that taajiy boy
br femTTriwe names, while girls as
frequently have mascullno names. The
visitor leflrns after awhllo, however,
that this confusing uuo of names In
stead of being due to lgnofluico Is In
reality the" result of a native custom
vhlch I highly pootici. Thus tf ft girl
is born soon alter tno aeam oi a orom
er the latter's name Is given to hof
In the belltt that his spirit nd'all his
good qnnlltles bare" been trauRforrcd
to her. On tho other hnnd, if aioy la
born after tho diiath of sister he
tnkea tho latter's name and, as the
Fumonns Im'IIovc, nil her lovable traits
ieonio bis. London Globe.
i,iends Find Attempt. To Put It
Through House Would '
. Fail. . .
Washington. Feb., 17 Ocean mails
ubaidy is dead so far as thiB session of
Congress la concerned.- fteprcsentatfve
John W, Weeks, of Massachusetts,
chairman,of the House Committee op
.stofficea and PosttRoads. "who has
been canvassing the members for three
weeks in the interest of the Gallinger
bill, admitted defeat today, he com
mittee met this m.orningand for the
second time failed to get a quorum. -
It is unlikely that the bjll will be re
ported by the committee at this session
as its friends cannot count enough votes
in the House to put it through.- Under
circumstances no senoua aitenipi
ill be made to bring tbe measure to a
vote. ; -r- ..
The supervisors "and road overseers
are called to meet at Truitts, March 11
10 o'clock for the "purpose of dis
posing of some important business.
Chairmrn 8. S. of No. 2 Township.
14,618,761 Catholics in U. S.
Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 17 There are
at piesent 14 617,761 Roman Catholics
n the. United States, according to the
1911 Wiltzius official Catholic Directory
which is now in press.- Thu.figiives gi
en does not include tho Catholics ia the
Phillippines, Porto Rico or Hawaiian It
lands, fot ifi these were added the num
ber of Roman Catholics under the Stars
and Stripes would be nearly twenty
three million. '
Although the United Stites religious
census of 1906 credits the Roman Cath
olic faith with only 12,0:9,142, the Wilt-
ziuf figure is not xaggerated as the
census bureau deducted 15 per cent of
its. total count for children, counting
Look at the i way baby's working
bis month!" exclaimed Mrs. Newman.
Now he proposes to put his foot In It"
''H'mPV replied her husband grump-
ilv. "Hereditary. That's what I did
when I proposed."
. " He Went
.Visitor Is your clock right? Trcd
Hostess (at the end of her patience and
politeness) Oh, no! That's the one we
eallthe visitor. -Visitor what a quaint
name! Why? Hostess Because It
doesn't go. t
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Washington, Feb. 17. Sentiment for
an extra session of Congress declared
to praceed from state legislatures, city
councils and chambers of commerce in
various parts of tbe country, resulted in
the introduction in the House today by
representative Francis Burton .Harri
son, the Mew 1 or uemocrauc imm-
ber of the ways and means committee,
of a resolution requesting.. President
ly after March 4h "forthe purpose of
revising downward the achedules of the
Payne-AIdnch tariff act". Mr. Harri
son's resolution called particular atten
tion to the necessity of revising sched
ule affectin?f oodstuffj, wool and man
ufactures of wool and cotton manufact
urers, , .. ' , " '
The Canadian reciprocity agreement
having been disposed of by the House,
the fact that the Republicans probably
weuld act 1n unison against any meas
nre giving the! Democrats immediate
assumption of powe, it is believed,
does not augur the passage o Mr. Har
moh's resolution. - -: t; ' -
Legislators' Parquititas In Spain,
Spnnlsh deputies, some of whom r
agltntlng for a salary, already enjoy
certain privileges. They are enutiea
to frauk their letters and to travel oa
all' the railways in Epalnfreet
charge. 'Unmte the French- aeputies,
boweTer. they have to pay for rorresu
ments euaaumcd In the chamber, tu
only item supplied gratuitously .being
bnrley sugar. Of this Jhere W an un
limited supply, and lady visitors to the
chamber are always presented with a
pneket of this delicacy, which serves to
sweeten tbe debateeoLoudoa Chron
icle. . x
.Raising Large Fond.
Washington, Feb 17. In the names
of "justice and liberty" a fund of half
million dollars is being raised by labor
unions ef the Unite d States to financo
the struggle for unionism in Los Ange
les where after years of fighting the
merchants and manufacturer' associa
tion are now undertaking- to crush or
ganizod. hbor. It is learned today at
the headquarters of th American Fed
eration of Labor that contributions are
hoin received daily from all parts of
the country. '
Mules. Shaw Greatest Increase
Jpuring i!IO -All, However, .
i Inerease , in Value. .
Washington, FebruaryT? All farm
animals, excepting sheep" showed an
Increase in average Value fer head on
Junuaty 2 -compared with their value
on that date in 1910, according to the
Department of ,'- Agriculture. . Mules
showed the greatest increase invalue,
it being $5,78, of $125.62 per head. Val
ues of other' animals Were; Horses,
lU1.67 ah inqreaae of $3 48; milch cows,
$40.49. an increase of $4. 70., sheep, $3.
73, a decrease of 35 cents, and swine,
$9.75; an increase of 21 cants'.' . ,
The highest and lowest average value
per head of farm aoimals by States are
given as follows; Horses, highest in
Massachusetts and Rhoue Island, $148;
lowest, New Mexico,' $UT
-.Mules, highest in South Carolina,
$173 lowest in New Mexico, $82-
Milch cows, highest in New Jeney,
$53,50. lowest in Alabama, $25.
Sheep, highest in Connecticut, $5.60;
lowest in Mississippi and' Louisiana,
Swine, highest in Main, 13 10; low
t in Florida, $4.60. ' ;
Be Fnlanclaily Independent
Don't work for smallTvages but take
the chance we offer you for a large in
come and financial independence, by re
presenting on the road the largest com
pany of the kind in" the world.' We are
the pioneers in our method of merchan
dizing, selling over eight different pro-
ducts-airect to over 2,000,000 farmers
through traveling salesmen. The hard
er you work the more money you make.
.sk your banker about us. Just now
we need a good reliable energetic young
man to travel with a team in Craven
county and handle our business. Ad
dress.. The J. R. Watkins Company,
113 South Gay Street, Baltimore. Mary
land. Established 1868 Capital over
$2,000,000. Plant con tail , 10 'acres
Mexican Guards to Pass.
Washington, Feb. 17.The State De
partment has given permission for the
passage through Americrm territory of
a body of Mexican guards to protect tbe
employees anSmaterials along the dyke
now being constructed to control the
Colorado river. The guards will be gath
ered up a lower California, and it ia de
sired to send them across 'the line by
way of Tula, Ariz , re-entering Mexi
can territory in the neighborhood of
Mexicall, which town is reported to
now. be In the hands of the insurgents.
.i . ...
it is promisea, nowever, that tne uex
ican guards shall not be used offensive
ly, but simply to protect the river im
provement work which are being pros
ecuted ini Mexico by American engi
heers. - x
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" IN MCMORIAM.
Died at his home, Swansboro, N. C
Jarry 25, 1911, E. W. Mattocks in his
78, year. The burial ceremony was pei-
formed by hisMjastof Rev. J. C. Whed
be in the presence of his sorrow stricken
family and hundreds of his friends.
He leaves to mourn his departure a
loving wife an only son 4 daughters, a
brother. Dr. C. J. Mattocks, and a large
number of relatives ar d friends.
For 30 years of more he haa'lived
within the sacred pales of the M, E. C.
South, which he loved and honored with
his christain life. i ;
" The crisis of death, which comes onee
to us all, faced him ready and fully ripe
for the blessed life fceyodd.
Quiet and unobatrw,ive,'- his Ufa for
many years has been uneventful save
In the unwearied and steady walk of a
(devoted chriatian, He loved his church
duties, and secretary ef his Sunday
school, was always in his place, his face
always bearing a pleasant smile, which
added to the enthusiasm .of. the hour
and increased his 'official popularity,
He was endustrious, never Hie, always
exercising either mind or body for the
welfare of self or others. 1
As the r-alf footsteps of age weaken
ed his physical powers, he devoted as
much time to reading as his. eyes would
peirnit. thus keeping -apace with the
words progress in teroperel and spirit
uai things, v ,: , ,v
God blessed him with a east Dath to
.1 the grave. 1 He lived without want,
( and died without t pain or struggle. .
Kk IL 111... .1... X-" ' - ,
A Ubll lV Blirrfl, ,
fk gentle wafting to Immortal life."
When thferisis came, while it sad
dened the hearts of all, it was the hopely
exchange of the terreatlal tor the celes
tial world." '
-Swiftly the years are gliding by, and
soon these left bedind will goto greet
our departed companion in the city of
our God. The contemplating of this rfr
union, and that home causes our.ht ntts
to leap with joy, and. fills ua wilh grat
itude and love. X" f '
.-, . x ,' J. W. F ANDERS,
Oce n, N, C.
Be submission iu" Maine is Voted
, - . ; As Urged By Demo-'.
, ." crats,
Augusta Maine," Feb. 18 Whether
the prohibition of the mahufacture and
sale of intoxicating liquor shall continue
under the Constitution of the voters of
the State at a special election next Sep
By a vote of 105 to 40 the House of
Representatives Thursday pasted the
Senate resolution resubmitting to pup
ular vote the constitutional prohibitory
amendment adopted in 1884. As both
branches have sanctioned the measure;
all thjat remains is the signature of
Governor Plaisted, who was elected on
a platform pledging resubmission.
Nineteen Rupublicans voted with 86
Democrat for resubmisrion, while the
40 votes in opposition were all cast by
In last fall's campaign the Democrats
championed resubmission and made their
chiefj appeal on this issue, resulting in
the passing of the control of the State
government to the Democrats for the
ffrst time in half a century. , -
- Saturday morning the sale at Pem
broke Heights, as advertised in the
Journal, took place, conducted by the
Suburban Realty Auction Cp. of Ral
eigh, the well known.. Penny Brothers,
trim auctioneers doing the selling. The
prices ranged between $85, and $175,
per lot, 130 lots being sold.
New Weekly Newspaper.
It was made known yesterday that
New Bern was to have a new weekly
newspaper. Although the promoters oi
the new periodical do not wish their
names made puSlic just at this time
they gave the writer all the informa
tion he desired in regards to the paper.
The first issue will make ita appearance
about the first of the month and it will
be devoted entirely to industrial life.
The paper will be a four column eight
A Wise Investment.
Most people think of what a dollar
will buy, but the prudent man or woman
thinks of what a dollar will earn. It is
the earning ppwer of money that makes
If men had to depenaVupon their per
sonal earning power alone, thews would
be no millionaires. It has been well
said that no man can earn a million
dollars during his life time. But the
man who earns a dollar and sets that
dollar to work earning more money will
The greatest trouble with moat peq
pie comes when they undertake to set
their dollars to work. Because a man
can earn monev. ia no assurance ithat
he knows how to invest money. ' When
money Is lost, all is loaf-both the moo.
y and the money that money earn.
A perfectly safe and sure way of us
ing surplus money is to deposit it with
the New Bern Banking & Trust Com
pany of New Bern in a Savings Ac
count, yielding interest at tbe rata of
4 per cent per annum." The pass-book
affords positive evidence, of the amount
of money on deposit an! the mcney is
secured by tbe Capital and Resources
of this Bank. "
Thaokaray on the Huetlngs.
Talklnar of Thackeray and hla efforts
to get Into parliament, Grant Duff la
hrs diary under tup year is a noies
the predicament of the novelist when
he faced -the electors. j -
"He J. R. Green gave me the most
remarkable account of canvassing Ox
ford with Thackeray, whose want of
power of public speaking seems to
have , been perfectly , extraordinary.
On 'the hustings be utterly broke
down, and Gaeen heard him say to
himself, 'If I could only go into the
mayor's parlor for five minutes I could
write thla out quite welL .. ,
. ' Tug Boat Sinks, v
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Friday afternoon the - "Commodore
Ivey." a tug boat owned by Mr. Jobn
Ivey. of Seven .Springs, sunk to the
bottom of Neuse river near Goldsboro,
with a cargo Of fertilizer. Heroic f
forts were made by the crew to keep
the ill-fated boat from sinking but
these prove futile, and all parties ea
board ansndoned their useless work.
which' war necessary for thai owa
sefety. This boat, in previous years.
made New Bern Its horn port but dur-
thepastyearortwohas plied only be
tween Klnstea and Goldsboro.
Ad Unusual Bland.
Mrs. Dorklns sniffed the air.
T.,TTt fcha tolil likt amalla ItVa a
new kind of tobacco." x
Ton smoll fortv different kinds of
tolmreo, Maria," explained Mr. Dor-
Vklns. "I burnt a note in my smoKiBgi
' Jacket Just now."-Cbloego Tribune.
Chinese Dying Daily at Harbin
Frozen 6 round Makes. Burial
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Washington, 18 Two hundred
and fifty Chines are dying daily at
Harbin reported Consul General Wild-,
to the Red Croea Society. Tbe froz-
en ground makes burial impossible, and
half a Mile of eoffiae Km the roadside
outside the city. -Four tbousaad,odiea
have been creamated after violent op
position by the populace.
The plague is spreading in Shantung
province, and practically every village
is affected. There are absolutely no
renoverien from tbe plague, death fol
lowing within a few hours following
the infection of the lungs, A dozen
doctors engaged in relief work have
died. Through the efforts of Japan,
the advance of the plague in South
Mukden has been checked, but e'se where
in Manchuria, its ravages are increas
ing. Japan Said to be Ready to and Russia
Manila, Feb. 20-Reports that Japan
ia planning to assist Russia in her pro
posed "grab'of territory in Chinese
Turkestan were current here today. It
is known that the Japanese Government
has purchased 1.000 000 tons of rice m
Bangkok, Burma and -Saigon, and (hat
this will be used in helping the Czar
out The inference is that Japan will
send troops to participate in Russia's
Panaau Freight Fight.
Washiagton, Feb. 20. Demand for a
larger share of the rates on freight
sent fiont coast to coast by way of the
Isthmus of Panama will be made soon
by Secretary of War Dickinson on be
half of the Panama railroad, it was sta
ted Saturday, '
Such freight is now carried on the
Pacific side by the Pacific Mail and Cat
ifornia steamship lines. The rates are
now divided at tbS proposition of sev
enty per cent te the railroad.
Dickinson is convinced that the steam
ship lines are operating: at a profit, and
is prepared to ask that the division be
mad on the basis of 60 and 40 per cent.
The contracts between the railroad and
the steamship line j may be terminated
by either party on three month's notice.
A youns chap was walking atonic
a business street with a very pretty
girl when be happened to glance Into
a couple of windows where the latest
styles of men's erercoato and suit
were displayed. The. girl noticed n
Sbe topped and exclaimed: "W
dandy overcoat! Why don't you
one of those. Bob? You'll look fine la
side of that"
She looked at everything In thai
window, and tbe yenng chap was de
Ikhted at her Interest to men'e
"You're all right, Grace," said be
"Thai's what I Uka about you. Most
girls, would rather look at linger!
waists thau at a man's overcoat and
The girt laughed. "Well, Bob." sale?
she, "to be erreetly honest, tbe mlr
rors In that window are something to
cry for. I was trying to see if my hat
was on atralgttn
Busy Bee Has New.Xlectrtc
Tbe large eleetrte sign that was re
cently completed for the busy Bee Cafe
by the New Bern Electrical Supply
Company was placed in position yester
day afternoon and the current turn d
on. It really presents a very attractive
appearance and attracted much atten
tion. Mr. John Bambalis, the courteous
manager of this popular little eating
bouse has a bo beautified the interior of
the place by the addition of a new lin-
eollum floor covering, aad a handsome
- He Wanted the Dos,
"My neighbor has a dog for which I
am willing to pay si.uuu," aaia me
householder, "but the owner won'
sett He stands aut for $2,000. I may
poaslbly be able to get the dog for
$1,500, but I deubt it" Andheshotk
bis head pensively.
"Why do yon want the dog so baa-
lyr Inquired somebody.
"To break bis neck. ITe barks au
alght"-New York Times.
buane Msa Murdered Two.
,nirh Point, Feb. 20. -Moses Speaks,
weak minded, cut hts wife (e death Sat-
udav morning with a butcher knife,
and then walked thiee h'ocks to where
his son-in-law. Will Mills1-, lived and
killed him. No cause other than the
man's demented condition if assigned
for the act. Ueesckped " v
.Speaks, whe has been feeble minded
tor WM ,0 My,una Bos
ton, k ass., several years ago ana was
released apparently cun d.
a poena spent, ma enire day search
bsg for the d mmU-d murderer.
Had Been In Feeble Health ' For
Several Years. v Leaves
Jumping from his bed
to an wer ."'
ear iy" I our '
D. R. W.J. -
an aUrm-of "fire at an
last Sunday morning, Mr.
liama who lived
at Smith's ; board'ng X
house on South Front , street, was
stricken with an attack of heart dis- x . X .
ease and died before assistance could
reach him. " " '
Mr. Williams, was about 68 years
of age. He came, to New Bern from
New jersey in lisws, ana lor several
years was engaged in the manufacture
of nhingles which ' he shipped in large
quantities to northern cities. He after-
wards engaged in farming buying a -
plantation rear Clarke, but for the last - -
few years on account of declining health
and financial losses' ha has conducted
only a small business buying fur aod
hides. . f
During the past few weeks he has
been confined to his worn and it was '
only last week that he was able to get .
out of the house. When the alarm of
fire was turned in Sunday morning it is
supposed that be became excited and -Vs.
attempting to don his clothing in x
haste exerted himself too much and
this brought on the fatal attack. ' '
The funeral of the diseased was con
ducted from the late residence Sunday
afternoon and the interment was made
in Cedar Grove cemetery. .
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DtY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. I Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa
ture is on each box, 25c.
Maine to Vole For" or Against Pro-
Augusta, Me , Feb. 17 Whether the
prohibition of the m nufacture and aale
of intoxicating liquor shall continue un
der the constitution of the state of
Maine is to be determined by the voters
of the state at a special election next
September. By a vote of 105 to 40 tha
house of representatives today passed
the senate resolution resubmi tting to
popular vote the constitutional prohibi-'
tory amendment adopted in 11-84. All '
that remains is the signature of Gover
nor Plaiste, who was elected on a plat
form pladging resubmission;
To Try Lewis West.
Raleigh, N. C , Feb. 30-Gnv. Kitch- .
in orders a special term of Wilton coun-i
ty court for tbe trial of Lewis West,
the slayer of Deputy Sheriff Mumford,
the pursuit and final capture of whom
stirred, such a sensation a week ago, to
convene in Wilson,' March' 13th, one
week with Judge J. S. Adams, presid
;nz. The accomplices of West will also
be tried at the special term. '
Extra Session Likely.
Washington, Feb. 20-An extra ses
sion of Congress looms very large and
probable. - Unless President Taft and
the friends of the Canadian reciprocity
agreement are able to bring -more than
ordinary pressure to bear upon the Sen-,
ate and avert the expentiture of any
time whatever by-the opponents of the
agreement or friends either, for that
matter it ia .difficult to see how the
Senate can reach a vote 00 tha subject
before adjournment two weeks, from
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