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NEW BERN, CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C:, FRIDAY NOVEMBER, 10, 1911-SECOND SECTION
L OF THE
E AT SEA
AG oss com
TO FLY ACROSS
ING .AT BEAUFORT
OPEN FOR BUS- BLIRIA
tVftgferS Against Ilia 'Majesty's
jafa Return. . Extra Police
.:" fctld Guard Precautious. .
"Lofldtih, Nov. . 6-Gambling on the
lift of Ring; George is actually going
bn lil connection .with . hir-trip to the
Durbar It Dehli. The great net uneas
hSsI rhaflifist among British offi'ialsjp
thrjll Irid cornmunicited here is said to
hfivi cab ed several beta to be mad.:
that this King doea not return trL6n
Aiii alive. ' '' ; " 'VV
Investigation shows that extraordi-'
4arjf arrangements hay been made by
8fe illsT Yard for the King's safety,
dtSjiltS the fact that ha will besur-"
rbiiHdW by entire regiments of English
tlUt native, troops almost "constant-
.. )V Wlille ln India. Scotland Yard.while
enteftjl confining its, activities to the
meiropblitan district of London, really
stiejcnBS its . lorg arms to the utmost
cBrifihei bf te empire, acting a the
nitron's Secret . tei vice, a id it has ta
ken Matters in hand to eserclso a more
rlfUi liirveillanw 'f er, v Their Majes
tlces thati -ever a' co onaion iime, whjn
eVer suspicious person wa sunmarily
bbst.ed from London or arrest, d. , "
the reason for - the alarmist reports
frbffl iriilia is the activity of' the Pro
gressive Hindoo party, fchich is bitter
ly fen' I English, and whic t has been re
certify and rapidly enlarged , until it in
cutties many members of most of the
promln'etit Indian families. It is re
ported hefe that several ploti have al
ready befeh discov. red for attempts to
hsrrri tha : King when gracing audi
erlce o the Indian pru cts. Consequent
ly evh the old md eval cmtomi of
ex4iiiniii the food for the royal table
a 'il biT appointing guards t) the bed
el amber Wi I be observed throughout
tH6trip while thote n charge candidy
admit. t,hijf will no', bi-ea he freely un
til lbs filler is safe back in Bucking
Urii PaVace. .' '..,;
jh ehlrtie of the King's pVsonarea
cdrt will its Sir Elward Henry, re
cdhtty thfclti qu ri-y ti Hi Maj -sty.
Sir E IwarBs oihe'r' position is that of
cdUtnilisiiiher of Scotland Yard, being
lelrMbt the 20000 men compriilr.it
Hhfct brsn:x itiyn, , With him will be
SdtterlBtehdent Patrick Qj.nn, head of
thl political dera-iment of the B ireau
of Crirhlrial Investigot'on, who, for
wifekl Has been in toich al h Indian
aftilrs through the foreign office. '
Already (quads of plain clothes men
late beert sent ahead, who will go over
, the Milde route which the. royal party
wilt take to Delhi after ln ling. In ad
diilnn bicri have been " posted in every
Eurhpearr capital in touch with the o-
eel police, keeping wat.'h oriO.ientals
aofl evbrj Oriental in London has been
. shidowSd. Also is every sailing list to
I ibikd bdfts,snt direct to. Scotland
Ytlrd; kd ibat nothing may bejeft un-
doh lb Insure the King's safety.; y
' bedroom Suits.
in chek'p blbin oak Just received a car,
the try well made and look good, price
i 0)1, $22.50 and $25 00, extra
drS ser kt 6.60, $7 5 1 and $9 00. . Beds
$2.50, $3 50, $4.5), $5.51 d $6.50, for
good serVlce to the parti s that don't
feet like investing muih in furniture
. " J S. MILLER.
A .Bandsome Home.
Amorig Ihe many improvemer.ts in
thl rWld'flifos of thi rif, is tm.t of
th fliimb of Hon. CI arlea R. Thomas on
' E Et Front bt'eef Tne hous is one of
the bid substantial brick strucures nd
h4 I fine colonial doofway, an 4 the in
terldr Voud-work is of a kind not often
see'n! nil: Mr, ,Thomat. hs made
brifck kddl l n and some interior chang
ihd the Entire hinne ia b. ing reno
. Tated, bnd heat and electric lights put
in. The la'fe entrance hall will be in
whl 6 wood wo-k, and all the wi pa
perVi Aftor a lo ig residence In We h-
InatoU CitTi Mr. Thimai nids it pleas
ant fa) be settled among the home folks
; NfcvVBern, Take Notice.'
. rfr. EdTtbr-Please stop my ad a
once. Since my lust ad was placed In
vnitt tiktmt mv business has increased
so 1 ckiiflrit hardly wait on my curJ
meVi. Plekse stop until further nufce,
On fV ttule for ssle.-"Big Hill,'
, ths1 Siilligle and Paper RWIng Man. .
, .' Llpman Paasman.
. Suhdiiy afternoon at tha boms of the)
brille's jiaiehts, N.. 11. Metcslf street, j
la the breHelire of a la'g numbnr of '
relalivetikiid infitid guests, MifS Celis
PaShii.iln, daughter of Mr. snd Mr. A.
Paijxinarl, becmns the hr'.de of Mr, Joe
Lilllnnn. thcerem ny was performed
liy I .1.1.1 1 G'olkovits. of KinstoN, ac
cori.ji inlid by Uev, M. Coldiiian, of this
city, Th - bride a id procnwill spnd
........, di.vs in noithcin rili s. 'ter
.-')! i f b..ii in K..w
Aviator Bodgera Makes Journey
New York To Pasadena, Gal.,
Pasadena; Cal ,- Nov'.v6-lbralth P.
Rodgers, approaching a successful com
pletion . ot bis cean-td-ocean - jaunt,
soared, into Pasadena at 4.01 P. M ,
yea,'er on the la it spurt of 30 jfiilat)
from IVm-iosr, snl from an altitude of
several thousand feet landed at Tourna
ment Park. '':. '
Official figures of Rodgers' flight giv
en by hii manager- shiw .th) tottl dis
tance to have been 4,231 miles and the
flying time 4,!)2f minutes. " . "
Koagers set out irom sneepsnf ai oay
track, New York, on September 17 at
4.25 o'clock in the aftrn wn.
Rodgers appearei ia the Sky line
shortly after 3 o'clock. He was sight
ed first by telescope 4 from, the solar
observatory on Mount Wilson and word
flashed down. the mountains by tele
picne brought 2o000 persons to Tourna
men ; Park. Flying at a height of
about 6,000 feet. R'idgera hoverfd over
the ci.v for a few m'nutes, ih m circled
wide spiral and volplan d down.
His lan tin was a signal for a ruih
and Ridgers literal y was mobbed. Rod-
(rj s artcd on ths last dash of his
flightfrom Bann'ng, Cel., a little town
out in th desert, wtere his arrival had
interrupted the only diversl n of Ihe
year the funeral dance of the Mojave
Taking the sir at ne' n, Rodgers sr-
e.d-d sr sc. fully in tie 'aee f a
twenty mile wiod on ii be hud reached
an altitude of 400 fee Then he set
his course directly west ar d sparked bis
motor up to a tiirty-mile gait. . '
The flier arriv.d over Colt n at 1:37
m wi h-Hi al ituce increased to
1,000 feet, an I he kept bis bright until
he nested Pom ins. Hi remained ihere
til after 3 o'clock, renewing his sup
ply of gasoline and rtnTn the tank of
tie leak in; radiator that brought him
near disaster yesterd iv.
After leaving Pomona, Rodgers ket
hiiiiip a ie pointed u, wird until he had
eld bd overih'i bighest peaks of the
Sier a Mi d'S Mountains. Aa he sped
on t'i the tinish at Tournament' Park,
h? was on a Ie?el with the Moutt Wil
son Obiervstory and ft . ing close to the
ragse I sides of the mountain.
His mcciin4, a bahy Wright lhat has
nty an i ighteeu foot Sread of winjs,
Siem d.to hesitate for an instant aa the
avia' or carried it ii.to the perilous
th'.uvh fiectacular spiral glide. At
this li ne he was dirrctly over the park.
but as be fame down I it flier described
very widening Vurve until he was
within , a few tund ed feet , of the
ground 1J en RoVgers performed one
of the Sips Aicb Hixi-y was taking
whr n be was killed at Dom;nguec Field
within right of Mount Wilson last De
cember, , r:- ' "
Rodgers, In plsnning the flight, had
intended to compete for the . W. R,
Hearst $50,000 pr ce for a coast-to cou-t
flight : He Tound out before sta ting
that he. would nit be able to complete
the trip in the time limit stated" in the
conditions He bad understood . that
the stirt of fie flight would have to be
made by October 10 and the finish with
in 30 days. Later information gave
October 10 aa the finishing time limit,
Although the av'at ir recognized that it
wou d beot'erly- Impisri le for him to
alt tin bis goal under the latter condi
tions, yet he d elded to continue the
trip as a personal undertaking in the
interests of . aviation. Moreovir, he
bad alrea jj spent nearly $26,000 in pri p
aiaion. ; , . f ; . v
' On hors farm, adapted to corn and
cotton, fl open range, kooI reside ce
and out building, wire fence,- well
drained, orchard and vineyard, excel
lent water, healthy. An ideal place for
small family who wishea to raise poul
try and stock. Address X( care of
Journal Office, ' T ; '
foot Ban Came A S M. n V. P, I
At Norfolk. Vs." Thaiksglvlng D y
November 30thTor the convenience of
those desiring towe.id the gm men
tioned above, a sptcial 12 atction drsw-
ing room sleeper will be operated from
New Berrl to Norfo'k ar.d return lead
ing New Bern )2,30'a m. 01 the 80 h,
returning leaving Norfolk, 8:00 p. m,
ssme date. Car will we op n roroc
eupancy at New Bern 9:00 p. m. on tn
29 h Rate in Pullsnau lor berth
$1.75. Uppei fl.40 . Drawing &m $7
each way. . Railroad fare for the round
trip $3 00. For further - information
and ' ei vatl ms Apply to T. . II. Ben
nett, Union Ticket Agent, 1 -
Don't let the cold snap
catch you without a heater
from J. S. Basni'ht Hdw.
Co. C7 S. Front St.. Thbne
That His Big 1
4 Balloon Can Make The
v., "V M; Trip. 'rf
Atlantic City, Nov. 6-Melyirt nl
man wai certain that he was the hap
piest man in America todsy because he
had saved from de tructhn h'k ba,llron
Akron. ; "rm mighty lucky,", wefe the
words he Repealed to the thousand) bf
visitors who viaitej his hangar alliy
to congratulate him and take a peep at
the rescued airship.
Mr. Vaniman said tonight that lie had
not given up his plan for flight across
'There is no truth in that report," he
said. "At the proper time and after a
number of teat flights have been made
I thnll properly grorm the balloon for
the trip across the sea.
"You can imagine my feeling yester
day wl ile we were stuck in the mud.
For a time there I was afraid that my
ship was a goner. I thought I'd never
get n.y ship back to its hangar, I can
safely predict that this a!r.-hip Will do
everything it has been built for.
There is a likelih tod that the trans
At'sntic trip will not be made before
sp-ing, but thdlay will not be due to
lack of lifting power of the balloon,
which is capable of carrying"" a dead
weight of 26,000 pounds.
Welnesday ihere will bea confer, hce
between Mr. Vaniman and Mr. Sieberl
ing. wh i i backing the balloon expedi
fion financially. At ths meeting it
will I e decided if an attempt to cross
the ocean in mid winter shall be made.
The repairs to the balloon will oc
cupy two daya.
. PILES ! PILES ! PILES !
. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment wil
cure Blind, Bleeding and Itchinjr Piles!
It absorb the tumors, allays itching at
once, acts as a poultice, gives instant
relief. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
is prepared for Piles and itching of the
private parts, Sole by druggists, mail
50c and $1.00. Williams' M'f'g. Go,
Props., Cleveland, O.
Death at PoUocksvllle.
November 7th. Died at his home in
this place on the morn'ng of ihe T h
aHout 6 o'clock, Mr. E. H. Andrews,
better known as Ham Andrews, he Was
on the s:reet in as good health arusiial
Saturday evening, but was la'cen Sun
day with hemorhages which developed
hemorhagic fever from which he died
He was a member of the Msysville Odd
Fallow lodge. He leaves a wife and 2
small girl children and several brdthers.
He was about 60 years old.
He will be buried in the old family
burying grounds, near Tienton on the
8'h inst., hy the lodge with the Odd
Fellows cr monies. .
See our line of Coal and
Wood Heaters. J. S. Bas
night Hdw. Co. 67 S Front
St., Phone 99.
LEE' CHAPEL NOTES? .
Nov. 6,-i- We are having some cold
westher now Novemier reaches us
with it usual chilling blasts. .
Our school (pas been dtlayedas most
ofthe children are still busy in the
cotb n field. , ' ' 1 .
1 Sunday was Rev. R, D. Daniel's la t
appointment' at Lee's Chapel fir this
year. Services were largely attended.
We are glad to learn that Mr; J. N.
Fuseue is improving from his coritrsct
ed illness. ' ,
Q lit a number of the Pollocksville
psople attended service! heie Sulday, ,
Mr. Lear Stanley of Swshslsro
spent Saturday and Sunday here; -
Several of the young people of Piqey
Grove spt Suuday afternoon at this
place. : . " . , ' - - " -'
Mr. Henry Scott and Miss Lucv RV
efson of. Rhem attended service at
tlii plac Suiday.
Mr. Ray Thomas aid sitter Mis
Lena, M-. Burrus Henderson and Miss
Lena Melton were in our midst Sunday1
' The Farmer Union will ho! I Uieli
semi m Mithly meeting at Lee's s. hool
bouse Thursday nUht.
(There will bea fo la gathering kt
thtom of Mr. Kiler Ca iad4y Wed-
, nt No- 8lh w anticipate
i J lly good time.
: We ars glad to learn that Mr. Wi 1
Rouse of Pi ley Grove ho has under
gone an oparat 00 for appendicitis at
Stewart's Sanitorium, New Be-b, has
ret irntd borne greatly improved. Come
again White Oak.
, " SUNBEAM, '
Uu Ting-fang was apiointed to Ih
important office by tha CI ioese relit ls.
I'r-im : ,-o 1. f'ii l.To was Inaiiguiftt'.'d
Ou Matter Establishing Harbor of
Eefuge at Cape Lookout.
Tuesday at 11 o'clock at the court
house at Beaufort the U.S. Board of
Review of Harbors and Rivers, gave a
public hearing on the question as to
whether the government should spend
several million dolUrs in making a htr
(Sor of refuge at Cape Lookout. New
B 'rn was largely represented by mem
hers. of its Chamber of Commerce, most
of the party making ths ttip down and
back on the Elfrida. Oriental was
represented, whi'e Morehe .d City and
Beslhfort had large delegations. A
number of ladies attended the session,
and there was great interest taken as
the b iard of four, Col. Rosiell, Chrr.
Col. Lingfelt and Maj n Barton and
Dekieme, with maps before them, heard
thou who came before the. board, on
the advai tisjesof Lookout bight for a
harbor of refuge, and the necessity of
ihe estab i hmenc of such a harbir on
ihe North CaroHha coast. Accompany
ing the government board were Capt.
Crowl -y, Repiesentatirg Boston, S. S
L'ncs, CapC. Brewstr for the New
York Ste&mtthip lints, also Old Domin
ion C')., ai represented. Petitions
wjre bejiro the board from practically
eve y steamship line on the coast,
favo ing Lookout TiieNarfolk South
era railroad was represented, ul o
among those present wai Mr. A, R
Raven, president Baltimore Marine
There were also Senator Simmons, to
whom the seeming of the hetring was
Urgely due, C uig'eisman J H Small,
x Congressman Th imas who had work
eJ for years on t (is m ,tt!r, theie gen
tleman al! h tving worked en TgJtical
ly for a haroor of refuge on the coast.
Mr. C L Abernethy, pie i It tl, the
mee ting being quite informal, citizens,
fishermen, C ipeaini from Life Sav;n
Stations ani coist-wise" pilots, lieing
cillel, q'i B ioned or asked to tell of
Hattera-i and Lio';oit, the udvantagej
or disad rntgea of'ch. Every th'ng
showed, first, that Lookout bight Should
be mads a refuge in preference to Hat-
terag. second, that there was need of
sucn a place on the Carolina coast. Mr.
Jule Duncan's statement ast) Beaufort
end Lookout, was the clearest presents
The first heating wa on deepening
the watetway to the eastern section via
Carrot sound or Taylor's creek The
tnginef-N report had been unfavorable
and the matter was up on appeal. ,
The hearing on th harbor of refuge
matter was given a most caieful inves-
t iiiation. those presrrtng their views
biing closely questioned, many times
being tequested to give reasons ahy
Lookout was so much better than Hat
teras for the harbor of refuge, and eo
far as the auditnes filling the court
hodse went, th Fentiment appeared
that the hearing was strongly favorable
After the public hearing, the board
anrl a m n lin. t-t t I n t r I , n fl nna.t. t .l Ik i
UUI1IUOI HIT I1VU hUHO ' "
I Bip on the Elfrida to Cape Lookout,
to see the place for themselves, and so
learn from personal observation a con
firmation, if fuch was needed, as to
what had been told in ihe hearing.
This mi t'er of a harbor of refuge for ;
the coast has been befo-e Congrets for
ten years. The distiicl U. S. Ergmerr
hasreporte l fkvorsbly, the aivision U.
S. Engineer unfavo.ably, which has
reused the continual hvestigationa and
hearifhjis. It is thought thit definite
action will be taken on' this matter in
the nest Congress.
C. L S
Yesterd iy afternoon at 3 o'clock at
Stewart's Sanitorium, Mr. Frank F,
Mathews, i 1 the 85 year of hii age.
The funeral will be conducted from the
residence, N. 91 Craven street, this
afternoon '. 4 o'clock by Rev. J. B.
Get Rid of It 1 .
There U one aura way to banish ea
tarrh and along with it' the disguWng
symptoms such as hawking, snuffling
and apitting. .'.' . : ;
Breathe HYOMEl. that's all you've
got lo d. Breathe it a few minutes a
few Hmes a day. Breathe It deep into
the lungs and see how quickly the sore,
germ ri Iden membri r W It clear Dp
ind infl umntion van i P. ',
HYOMEI pur anl . eptic sir, it doe
not conUin morphln coca t or other
habit forming drugs. It 1 mad from
Australian eucalyptus, knd it er antl
al rh, m hm. crou'p, bron hitls,
caiarrn, nmn , y, .
couiihsandeoiria. uompiet oumt ,tm
. ... .
hater ana ooiuej i.w, "rr"l
ties, if afterwards tH1d. 1 50 cents
I '. ,,,.... ...a a i.
1 1 nt i inn in i irnu .u. uu uiuva in
Marvelous Healings Reported by
New Advocate of Mental
Washington, Nov. 6. Bishop Oliver
Ssbh, of the Evangelical Christian Sci
ence chuch was overwhelmed wi h peo
pie desiring to be healed at Rancher's
Hall in Connecticut avenue. Mo'e than
one hundred persons begged him to
touch them with his hands or pray for
them. Bishop Sabin "cures by mental
suggestion and (he laying on ef hiods"
his followers say.
"I he iled all that I tried to heal,"
sii 1 Mr. Sabin tonight, six hours afte'r
the meeting was over. "Ou of a great
throng of s.ck applicants I treated six.
The mental suggestion and, the laying
on of hands, as I do it, is very trying
on one's powers. I was completely ex
hausted when my work was over. "
Bishop Sabin devoted the first quur
ter of an h mr of the meeting to criti
cizing the m nev-making methods of
Mrs. TiJdy, Prophet Dowie and otners.
"I am not holding people up for mon
ey," said he, "like Mrs. Eddie and Mr.
Dowie. We pais around the basket
and let you gi e if you want to, but we
do noi insit-t on it."
The Bishi p is credited by some with a
remarkable cure in tie case of Mrs. J.
F. Maney. She went to the meeting
with eyes bandage I and apparently
She was led to a window, the band
age litter! and asked to make an en? ri
to see. She declared tha'. she ould not
tell whether it was dny cr niht. Mr,
Sahin then ran hit bands over her face
and head and she asserts, eh op n-d
her eiei and pa v. Aai.i she was led
to the wind iw sn l asked to point out
certain things. She called the ntmeo'
everything in tuht.
Thi crowd was sceptical. Some of
those present decla ed qu etly that Sa
bin had put up a job 1 n them
An elderly woman, came to the rivet
ing leai ing on a stick. She h; d been a
sufferer from rheumatism for je r
and asserti d she was a ropeless cripple.
Hut after Mr. oabin ran bis hands up
and down her back and over her head
a number of times the thiew her ea e
away and walked to the street car
The other patients treat, d would not
give their full names. Bitthop Sabin
told them that the first names w u'd
suffice to get the benetit r his prayers
and treatment: Nannie and Leonora
were two other women, and JohB and
Chdrlei, two men. One of the women
suffered from a nagging erid persistent
healache. Sne htd it then, she Haid,
Bishop Sabin cured her, according to
htr statement. 0 arlea had rheuma-
tims in one foot. He too, claimed he
Despite these statements m.ny peo
ple went away still sceptical.
THRIVED ON MISFORTUNE.
A German Peddler Who Intuited
Kaiser and Got Rich.
A German hawker, linns Bnner
melster. retired from busluess, buvlug
amassed a little fortune. According to
a Paris contemporary, niinfortune was
the foundation of his success. The
hawker's specialty was the sale of por
traits of the imperial family.
His mode of hurnnguluK bis audience
was something like this: "Buy a por
trait of William I., whose motto was,
'I have no time to be wearied.'
"Who'll buv this Frederick II., whose
prayer was, 'Tench me to suffer with
out complaining? Do not fall to
complete your collection and buy this
liortriiit of our great emperor, William
II., whose favorite phrase Is, 'Augusta.
you pack your trunks.' "
This lust always broucht down the
audience, and In time the police, In
another senxe. Buuermelster was sen
fenced to sixty days for lese majesty
He did his time and 00 release re
started his business. He sold his por
traits with the old formula until he
came to that of the kaiser, aud theu
he said, "I have learned to my cost
that It is not lawful to repeat what
he says so often." The people were
just as well pleased, aud the portraits
A Good Heater-
You can get the Wilson & Coles wood
beater nearly as cheap as inferior maaes,
juxt consider the amount of furl you
will save and the life of the h tor.
J. S MILLER
v 'Every do"'ar I've got I ma I oit of
the Rrpuhlican pa-ty," y Mayor
Shank, of Indi mapolis. Thir i oth
ers. -N. Y.SVor Id.
BRiaSETDN Ul HQT1GE
- The book for th payment of text
for 1911 for Ihe town Bridgston are now
nnan and faxes ar du. Th beard of
aldermsn In.trncied m. to h.v. all tsx
... ,.... ... 1010 T.
- e r -j -
....iiiiJ nki n me cam
--t r -
at out thUoroer ty paying tmmouT.
-I T. W.MOORE.
i' i . 1 .
Committee IteDort President Taft
As Ilight On Panama Canal
New York, Nov. 8-The Congres
sional committee that went to the Isth
mus of Panama last month, returned
on the steamer Ancon yesterday satis
fled that President Taft's prediction
would ba fulfil ltd and that the canal
would be finished and open for businesi
by 1913, As a result of their visit Con
gress pr.ibably will he urged to pass at
the earliest possible mom nt legis'ation
regula'ing the government of the canal
and set ing the question of tolls.
Tha party included S-hator Brande-
ee, chai mm of trie tnUr-Oceanic Ca
nals Com nitte : Bristow. Cummins.
Page and Overman, and Representativa
Higgins. Senators Westmore and
Thornton were on the isthmus with the
party, but the former remained there
to jfurse an attack of bronchitis, while
Senator Thornton returned to New Or
leans hy another B team or Senator
"I'll - progress of the work since my
last visit two years Sg is remarkable.
So far as it is possible to see into the
future it hoks as though the canal
would be finished and opened for busi
ness in 1913.
It will be finished Within the esti
mated cost of $375,00), 000, As the so-
called a iies of m iterial into the prism.
concerning whici alarming reports are
printed at intervals. I think litt'e ap
prehinaion need befell. The tcono
mi. resulting front better organiza
tion, renter efficiently in operation,
and l t er kniwledge of meihidj of
treating the slides have inihle i the op
er itintr. force to excavate the ma erial
wil hour increasing the estimated cost
of the enmp'eted conal."
Rochester Ch'jtftnj Dishes and
Percolators. M. E. Whitehurst
Nixt week there will he special ser
vics held in tne unitarian cnurcnes at
Pelletier. Carteret cout ty, and at Bear
Cru-k mil Swanibiro, Onslow county
Th' onl r in which these services will
be b hi is as follows:
Mwi.lu' nicbt at Swansboro, Tue't'ay
ninht ai Biar Crtek nd Wednefday
nicht nt iVI'etiers. The hour of each
service will be seven o'clock. The
speak e will be Mrs. Oavi, of New
YorK ; Mrs. I'cVTson, of Boston and the
Rev. W S. K v, pistor of the three
church' p. Tnerc i I be special music
and Mii''.ng by Miss Sara H. Johnson,
one of Mi.' trachers in me r.mmerton
Schoi I a1 Swansboro, and a cordial in
vitation i-i ex'enile t all residents of
the t!ir c a' ove named communitifs to
unitu in thesi services.
Don't say ".they haven't
got it till you ve tried us.
J. S.3asni?ht Hdw. Co.
For Rig Agricultural and Stock
Kxhiliit And Aviation Meet
( u November 22 and 23.
The following is the program for the
Agricniiu al and Stock Exhi It and
Aviation Meet at New Bern, Nov. 22,
23 1, 1)11.
Wedieulay November 22nd, parade
at 11 o'dork esc i ting Governor W.
W, Kit hn to the Exhibit Halt where
he will ma'ie the op nlnir address. At
2 p. m. there will be fli rflts Hy the Cu -tiss
Aer plane. At 2.F0 h Te Will be a
g me of foot ball bet Ween Washington
and New Kern. Both will take pla-e
at the Aviation Fie d. Muiic will be
furni te I by ths 2nd, Regiment Banr1.
Admission lo the Aviation Field fifty
ceDt. At 8:30 p. m. there wi'l be a
free concert by ih 2 id. Regiment
Thursday Nov. 235, ther will be
Horse Racing at 11 o'clock;
The following races will tske place.
1. Farmers ruces df dorses Used in
cultivating crop of 19U.-Pirt prize,
115.00: sec nd. $10.0": ani third t5.00.
2. Race for horse wlltioji Top d -
First prise, $16,0): sico'flti, $19.00 knd
1 Free for all trotting and pic'ng,
rare. First piize $26jO; second, $10;00
4. Runnl.TgRace. Prireltoberiamel
!' ; , t, ' ' i '
All heats bst two nut of. three,
At 2 p. m. ther will befllght by th
- Curtis A.roplan. and Band Cone. ; at
the Aviation Field. AdmiSsiol fltty
- ih4 wi-ih-H'.
can'. At BaU p. m. m warsnau s
v--- . , ,
Reducidrate have been Wired by
End of Wreck of Battleship. The
Cause of Explosion Will Ee-
Washington, Nov. 8th. The stern of
the wreck of the Maine wi'l be floated .
o it to sea aid buried; the bow will be
hacked to pieces and hauled out on bar
ges and dumped in the sea. Uen. Bix- .
by, chief of the armv engineers in
charge of removing the tangled wreck
from Havana harbor, has decided up
on this course.
The aft, section of the wreck is un- ,
covered an! it in excellent condition.'
Tie bow of the ship, where the explo-
ti in occurred, is a tangh d wreck of
boilers and girders ard wi'l not be com
pletely uncovered for at least 3 months, '
probably loner, the time depending on
whether or not Cong ess appropiiate
$25'),000 for the work next month, - ,
"In aiout three weeks we will start
to trip the stern section frre from the
bow." Gen. ii xby said "We have got
enough money out of the last appiopri
a tion to sever the wreck in'o two por
tions, hut we nave not enough to re
move the cofferdam and tow the stern
out to sea. . i
"A great part of the bow is covered
with mud and we will not know j ist
h w to handle that p rtion until we
have removed the mud. It is a slowy
tedious job, butwhen it ii removed fi
nally the bow will be in very rmall
pitc s The further w a get along in
the work the rn-re work we find to be
"All these new theoiies about the de
struction of the t-hip are mere guess
work. We know just as much about the
caue of the wreck today as we dil thir
teen years ago. The original explosion
w is so small in comparison to the ex
I lo ions that followed from the maga
zines that the first cause probably left
no defr i e clue."
J LAND FOR SALE.
25 acres of valuable land within 7
miles of New Lern, north. Write
C. P. rULCHER,
Edwards, N. C.
Mrs J. H Bell Passes.
Yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock at
St. Leo's Hospi al at Greensboro, Mrs.
J. H. Bell, ol Pollocksville, peacefully
fell on sleep.
Mrs. Bell his ben in ill health f x
several months snd her demise was not
The remains will be carried to Wil
mington and there interred this after
noon. Mrs. Bell is survived by her husband,
one son, Mr. E E Bill, her mother,
Mrs. E W. Ward and two sisters, Mrs.
C C. Corbin, of Harrisburg, Pa., and
Mrj E. E. Kionce of Wilmington, and
a large rvjm er of relatives.
A Good Oil Heater.
Nothing is better to heat quick with,
than an Oil Stove. I have the Barter
which is considered the best, price from"
$3.50 to 7.50.
J. S. MILLER.
Some Returns From Tuesday's
In New Jersey Ihe indications point
to the election of a State Republican
mj irity of the Slate legislature.
In Ma yUnd Chairm n Jo' n B. H tn
na, of the Republican S.ate Central
Committee, claim the election of Mr.
Goldsborough by 10 000. He said lhat
Baltimore would give him 5,000 a id th
counties the oU er 5.000.
In Massachusetts Governor. Foss,
Democrats, claimi his re election by a
reduced plurality of about 12,000, but
the election i not cone ded.
IiKiodi Island iarlv r turns indi
cated the re-election of Governor Poth
ier, Republican. 8
New Y rk Sttte elected a Republi
can Asimbly, thus di pnvii g Governor
Oix, Democri t, o' the supp rt he ha
heretoforj hat fro-n a lg'slatur .
Democratic in both braicher,
Mi-sisslppi Is Democratic.
Tne municipal election in Ohio result
ed i i the ehction of H nry T.Hunt,
Democrat, aa Mayor of Cincinnati
I Ne ion D. Maker, Democrat a Mayor ,
of Cleveland, and George J. Kerb,
Democrat, as Msyo nr Com nhus. ,
In Kentucky James B, McCreary,
Democrat, was elected Governor.
The first elect) in held in thenev
State of New Mexico Is still In doubt.
In licstinii point to a Republican Legl
laturr, which will elect two Republican
United Stales Senat irs.
United 8tt Senator Penrose claims
th el I m' of Georii H. Etrl. Jr., at
Mayor of Philad ilphla by 13,000.
Stoves polished and put up
See" Batnight Hdw. Co ,