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NEW BERN, N. C, FRIDAY, IULY 18, 1913-SEGOND SECTION
PROPOSE CHANGES PLAN TO CHOP
HAVE BUSY DAY
LANDED IN JAIL
IN PARCEL POST UP HUGE F
WELL MAN AGAIN
Arrest Mark Latest Step In Ten
Year Legal Fight Of Wife
Of H. G. Moore.
r. i. ri.. i t rv...ki. Tk. T. I ..
... . . MOVEMENT TO UUI Ur UKEA1 c. w.u. kon TWtnr SaM That
fip Filiriiul I nJ Th Praunt - I I "P1"" "w
BY MEANS OF IT IN GERMANY
Reports Of Outrages And Atroc
ities Confirmed By Greek
NKXT GRAND LODGE WILL B
HELD IN CITY OF ROCKY
. ' IM.BUII, v www . . . .- . . ....... .
Limitations. ESTATES INTO FORTY To Appear Before Committee
FARMERS GET MONEY AT
4 1-2 PER CENT.
ACRE TRACTS. Mldht Rn Fatal.
CLAIM DATES FROM 192
rU9 1 At BAft-lVI tO At TT V r. rV
Changed Residence From Penn
sylvania, Thence To New York
nd New Jdrsey.
New York July 14. With tears rol
ling down his cheeks, Henry G. Moore,
late of Philadelphia, New York and
Rutherford, N. J.," and very recently
of New Haven, Conn., who is reputed
to be a millionaire and has been called
the world's champion alimony dodger,
was taken to the Bergen county jail
in Hackensack, N. Y., at 3 o'clock
yesterday morning and locked up in
The arrest of Moore marks the latest
step in his wife's 10-year fight to force
him to pay her alimony awarded by a
Philadelphia court in 1902. He changed
his residence from Pennsylvania to
New York, from New York to New
Jersey and finally fled from there to
Connecticut, only to be pursued at
Moore Is.ow 63 years old and the
son of Andrew Moore, of Philsdelphia,
who amassed a fortune of $3,000,000
in the distilling business. Henry G.
Moore first bid for fame during his
father's lifetime, when he was sued
Weight Limit W1U Probably Be Birmingham, Ala., July 12. A move- SEEMS VERY HEARTY NOW
Raised It Is Also Proposed ment to chop up many of the mammoth
To Enlarge First Zone.
farms in the famous fertile and pro
ductive old Black Belt of Alabama into His Rejuvenation As Remarkable
Washington, July 14. The Post- forty-acre tracts, to be cultivated by
office Department is contemplating modern scientific intensive methods,
important changes in the parcel post promises to revolutionize agricultural
system which will double the package life in one of the most resourceful
traffic now going through the mails farm regions in the world. Already
under the present limitations. Postal! hundreds of farmers from the West
As That Of His Better Known
Brother, John D.
Wcisbaden, Germany, July 15.
The American Commission on Agri
cultural Co-operation came to Wcis
baden from Heidelberg, where half
a day had been spent visiting typical
local Raffeisen societies in the neigh
boring farming communities. A sub
committee of the Commission remained
Tw Vrtrlr Tnlv IK. I.es.q than six
111 MS TTvOl I . V " ' I J -J l. ,T.,,i t .1 .
.. I in Hot Hplliprir tn attpnn thp m PPTI n tr
out and Northwest and some from the East months ago William Kockeieiter, alter " -
ui i in t i'ir v -muni yji i.itn ii u v . j
experts have been v o lung
nlina o nqi-tUI fivnnof nfnn I I .1 A - -n nnvmiinn Komff Vl 11 flf PH ifT 111 O II t' Il S I) V DfOCCSS
r"u,, w " itwiiowuvwvu IWVC purtlldSCU UW.U UU puiBUiHj v...6 1 tV ! 1 1m h 1,,,,, in ulir.
of the system, and it is said an announce- a new svstem of farmine in this region, servers of the Pujo Congressional
n( ;mnnv-n4- rU:U ursll I TI A. 1 I Inrl I-.lr TaaahIi I f mi ill 1 1 t ( f W3 PYrilSPfl It'lHll IIS 1-
tnuiii. iilimh milt i nniiw milieu win i i fC IHUVCIIICIIL IS LrClllg ICU Uy JVJOtpil I -vsm
be gratifying to town and city mer- O. Thompson of Birmingham, perhaps fying after the committee had found
The first institution visited by the
I ui' i i , .i .
... I-1 i . . 1 j i u l .f ... - L. commission in vveisoaoen was uiu
chants will hkelv be made verv soon, tho limari anH nnn of the most success- and cone to his place ol rest, on tne I . ..
. . . . . . I v-. - ... ,, ... ..ii Nissan District Mortcace Credit Hank
It is not expected that the changes ful farmers of the South. Though he ground tnat ne couia neimcr tais. - -
..in r- ."J, L r ,,, ... Pvritement government institution extending
win uc put iniu upciaLiuii iui at icodi i mm sen nas Deen operating iw ycais uh wi " v --. frJfirira1!r
tana!. 1 i i i. ui; u ,.,,ii mmlit rancP h e rtpath throuch sutto- r1'"1 "l wov i-t"J
" wVwa. i a, wivaiiitc scaic, uc lie v to in uk oiuaii 5 o if , r . r , r ...i.
us vuoiigw iuvviv uk; i i dfin intensive sysicm auu la urwu i jm:o- : MMa.( I- t u(
. ii ... a I . . . ..!. l ? ! J U uicuuiimiait in ioasau. at wo niv
ot tne weignt limit over n pounas, constantly to that end. Me wants to usi weeit, on rriu-y . uC ....... . ... tvnp vi
the enlargement of the first zone and a cut up the great old plantations of the William Rockefeller, looking Detter tnan
big reduction in rates for the first and South into tracts of forty or.fifty acres he has in some years, attended a three- y .
xi, ... r rL " j i u.. ..u:.. L f thp Fvpctive Com- Th bank was organized in
2! Jt.--i- :. t , ..i.....J' Li-NpVlr Npw Haven and 'y 8vernmcnt of what was tl,en
u.. l t. .j 4u.i. .t.. it-j f.j DJI poIIp HUcnss rhp the Grand Duchy of iVissau. It lias
rW" groes now cumvaung mem. - - - mmtn business
suburban and farming territory. It movement changes are rapidly taking very important report ot the interstate
is contended that if the weight limit is place among the great landed estates o Commerce Commission on the mis- holders The method of
raised to tv or pounds ano a low the Black. Be t. management oi me company. , . .
, . . . . .1,. j.j , . i i tt , j business is the same as that fallowed
rate of 3 or 3 cents the first pound Mr. Thompson is known as the He did his share of the talking and . . ,
ii w-i f . . .. I . . . . , . I . . .. . . . u.jL t . k . oy practically an uiaiiiuiiui m
I iv vi ;i iiir I I'nu i' a npurn ua nt I inn rpnt Tur an ncfn iipnr niiiinr a 11 i. n. n . mo " hnntih wpnr rn nm xiirr n inriv unii iiuinc au-
g 1 - - - ,-! "iv ru.t. II uu .V" nfcMw..v j. .......... . IX 1 II I .1111111 111 . 11UIIUII1U. iiiwu.i . . - a
CONSULATES NOT SPARED
The American Tobacco Company
Alone Said To Have Been Dam
aged A Million Dollars.
was said that Teagle's duties included is established it wi!l encourage truckers for years he was collector of Internal parently as fresh as any of the younger P P
giving Moore a champagne bath twice and farmers to ship to the city kitchen Revenue for this district and active members of the committee, whose
Moore married in 1883 and separated A movement of this kind, it is declared Roosevelt's patronage referee for the of national discussion
. . .......I In nmn.int- I.. I In- 11 I i . I t f : I I ' ,
farm produce in mail market baskets. hn politics, having been President health has at no time been the subject J
from his wife in 1892. It was not, will eventually result in a material State for nearly eight years, he has Apparently his rejuvenation is as re
lampunts, as low as $25, in order
I . i . . . II ; . I...., tl,..,,.
L ... ,nm .I.j . .l . . .;..! .l. I ... . . . .. . . , , I 1..1.1 .u.. f u: mat small investors t. .m, .".....
nuYvtvci, uniH ivm mat sne oDtaineti a reduction oi ine cost 01 living in tne cultivated one ot tne largest iarms in marKauic as umi n.o ' ti j i ., fr
... . . . . I.. .. .. ... . . ... r a. t I I 1 lit! 1IIU11CV (C.C1VCU ui i nv . ... ... ....
divorce in rennsylvama, with 94,000 cities, lable necessities, which grow the world. It would take a man u., wno alter many years oi trouuic ... . ' ., mr.
. ..... .11 i- .t. L .u. i u. i u. i . . .... i L.i j .. L'.L :.ji...i:n. ...nni.l 9 U vnrs bonds is used to sup, i, money
a j mi tuauaviiy. iu Liic iiicaiituie on tne laiiu, .aii uc uuugui. iiuiu i traveiline on norseoacK nve uaya to wnii unn h.mi ....i. ....... . .. , 1 . , .:-.
Andrew Moore had died, leaving his half to one-third less at the centre ride around the wire fencing that en- back that his dyspepsia had gone and secured bv the niort-
entire estate in trust for his sons, of production than they can in the city, closes his acreage. There are more that he could once more eat anything 6 pn ' arc s ... ,
Henry G. Moore being given for his Though no official information can than two hundred miles of it. It he wished without distress. .
., :,. .,i:.i. k u u. ut:..j .. !,. K.ki. .k..- I. . ..,. u;u. .t.. .,,.h.r. of the P:iio IWIH lu l" " -"
o..a. ... ...V.V....X. . iin.ii nas never uccu uc uuiainui an ui uk uiuwouiv mmiKvo i t.l Kts more tnan twelve 11U11U1 CU till- I 11 lll-n m.. . . - - I , , ( i 1 . 1
j. ... .. . ... i. . it., .i. c-.l . ... .. . . j,. c.ii i- flJin Merest and principal oi nis Dona
au.uiaiciy uctcnumea. ne nas put it is unucrstuuu tnat tne nrst iuiic pioyees to maKe tne wneeis go rouna. committee uuaiiy outtttuvu ... .......... .-ikilfcu fnr tlip
it t 12,000 a year, while his wife may be enlarged from SO to 150 to These, with their families, make a Mr. Rockefeller, who was in the West . , ' ., u ,his
1... .. k:U T C IU1A I IfVl .1 TL. ... I . .. , . I . I . C . L I 1 I . .... .,1, ;i An-rt.no Pit rtPrPPtlVPS. I rf'
wummucw I, as uikii an f i j,wv. .w imico. iik uuuci .viiiiujia,- population larger tnau mat oi me i iiiuicn I"" v. w , . . hirh mak ins'estors more
They have one daughter, Lclia. Hon are 5 cents the first pound and average city of Alabama. Six thousand believing he was in seclusion in nis
M- M.m Viri- ,,, hp wpi-p trvinir to serve lrT . ; . "
Philadelphai Moore slipped - away to
vi xr l 1 1 . . , . ,, , . ,.. .Ill . . . ... . i i i r r I n t ,,1, ... .... -. ..
new iwL ncrc a true, anver nameu timott xuuc an inaryiauu, nearly an nve thousand acres. 1 wo nunarea ana r . nauucn, ma pi..... K..JU..-... . , . . . . i,.,.
T- , j , . .. . I , .. ... . r.. . . .. . . ... I i .k . ki.. tne iiivcsiuniwMiiiiSLiia.i.i.vi...
ueegan lorcea nis way into Moore s oi Virginia, an oi ueiaware aim oik thirtv olows are running, ne nas over ana a specialist un mi i, ........ i,i, ...,P;
.... . I .. .......... . .. , I . z : . . . t il rate oi interest. c un. .vt. .s
apartment one night in August, 1VU3, slices 01 west Virginia ano rennsyi- sjx hundred head of cattle and as man y appeared Deiore tne comiiuiicc di ... nosslblc
accused Moore of stealing his wife, vania will be included. Maryland hogs. They are shipped in carload declared that for Mr. Kocketeller to , fit . Jf it
liaii thn IntitiA-. -f ,. . 1 I fn-mA tnn Conrarn Churn -mil in I I . . I ,. ,( I (....lif,, mirvrif In. i 1 1 111 ' . 1 1 1 ' 11 1 tO sll'lllIUM
uu w"i. vmv mini muBcu w inwm,c wimwo vu u. i-ui111 " "miois to moniguiiicry anu iwn'i'tvu 7 - i. tum-H nvr to the government
i u i . i t r i ir u: . i n i . l . j . u . jm. i - -
ner, Kve nun a sou no mrasmng. rreaencit, naoiiiugiuii auu anoii ana marketed. ins ueain wai.o.n. .. rpHrp thp taxes of the landowners
ma i-v . . . e- i tii i i i i i : . . . . 1 t ... . j .v.
moore naa uecgan sent to prison lor counties win De enauieu to snip u- m an ordainary season tnis larm He told the committee thaS-tnere were ,l j ,l. .,.., hmk n(
P. J t-- .1 - ... 1...J L. !.. D.I.! ... - ... .,r ... I . . t" "
ou aays ior tne assault ano Moore was pouna maritet oasitets into nanuuure yields Z.500 bales oi cotton, zo.uw four things the matter witn'Mr. kockc- m. k..,., .1,p-p U i sprnnrl
later seen many times, it is alleged at a low cost of 24 cents. The express bushels of corn, 12,000 bushels of oats feller's throat. There were laryngeal ! .' ,a..j kphi.,,1 the land
in company with one "Annie Belmont, rate for similar packages would be UnO tons of hay, 500 tons of alfalfa and gpasms, oedema of the larynx, hem- f j,the guarantee of the government
niliAaA a at a mn 2o I nrnnnd AO n nrl 7 C panto R 'i I l mArO lea n it II I? I f .. I . . T f 1 1 ! ......... I. I
"u "re aaiu tu nave v. i , lo.uw gallons 01 syrup, mtccu ai- orrnages and irntaiion louowum nuccun. yyhen Nassau was an autonomous
Annie Deegan. , Frederick, Hagerstown and West- tesian wells furnish water.
Soon after this Mrs. Moore appeared minster merchants would also have a
in New York and sued to compel her low rate for shipping their merchandise
husband to pay her alimony. She won direct to the farmer s door.
in the lower court, but the case was Under the parcel post act the
appealed. I Postmaster-General, with the approval
Mrs. Moore's next move was to in- of the Inter-State Commerce Com
stitute proceedings to test her hus-1 mission, has the authority to make
band's sanity. In this she was un- far-reaching changes in the rates,
successful, but in a renewal of the zones and weight limits. It is understood
suit for alimony she finally won judg- that plans for a partial reconstruction
PICNIC AT BLUE
This condition, Dr. Chappell told the . ..arantee was riven
committee, made it very dangerous . . . uvernmcnt 0f the Grand Duchy
for his patient to attempt to use of Naggau Na9sau has been absorbed
his voice in any sustained enort ano u Prllg8ia aml there is a provision
any excitement migni cause a .ata. ,n the congtituti0n of that state for
OP381"- biddinn the government to guarantee
"It is now a very narrow margin . Hi.tion. . ,hc comoanv which is
for his life," said the specialist, who I rmitted t0 assume unlimited indebted
declared that another hemorrhage Thprpfnre the miarantee of the
might prove fatal
Saloniki, July 15. The sacking and
burning of the town of Seres by the
defeated Bulgarian army and the
accompanying outrages on women and
atrocities on men were fully confirmed
in a dispatch from a well-known
The retreating Bulgarian soldiers,
he telegraphs, opened a cannonade
with four field guns from a hill above
the town on Friday. At the same time
bands of Bulgarian soldiers, led by their
officers scoured the streets, first pil
laging the stores and houses and then
drenching them with petroleum and
setting them afire until the greater
part of the town was blazing.
The soldiers were accompanied by
the notorious revolutionary Colonel
Yankoff, who with former officers of
the Bulgarian army was very active
in Macedonia in 1903.
Even the foreign consulates in Se.es
were not spared, according to the co
respondent. The Austro-Hungarian
consular officers were plundered and
burned, Vice-Consul George C. Zbtko
being carried off by the marauders
but subsequently ransomed. The Ital
ian Consulate also was sacked but the
consul bought off the incendiaries.
The Bank of Athens the Oriental
Bank the palace of the Metropolitan,
the Great synagogue, all the schotT,
the tobacco warehouses of the American,
Austrian ai.d German companies and
the hospitals were burned ..Iter they
had been pillaged.
The American Tobacco Company
alone suffered to the extent of $1,000,000
Many people were crucified, hacked to
pieces or burned alive by the mad
dened Bulgarians, who committed in
credible outrages on women of all ages,
many of whom died from the effects.
The condition of those who escaped
was lamentable. Rich merchants are
dying of hunger, while wretched mo
thers are trying to find covering and
food for their naked and starving
The situation is desperate, as all
the pharmacies were burned down and
there is a total lack of medicines for the
sick and bandages for the injured.
(By George F. King.)
The sessions of the 8tn annual
ession of the North Carolina Grand
Lodge of colored Knights of Pythias
f N. and S. A., A. A. and Australia,
held yesterday were brimful of keen
interest to hundreds of delegates. ,. "
Greensboro, Elizabeth City, and
Rocky Mount were rivals for the next
Grand Lodge to be held, the same week
in July, 1914. The Chamber of Coru
erce and the Mayor of Greensboro
ent invitations, by telegraph, to the
Grand Lodge, for the next annual
meeting to be held in the "Gate
City." Rocky Mount won out, but a
special committee was appointed to
express the appreciation of the Grand
Lodge to the Mayor and Chamber of
Commerce for their liberal invitation.
The same was sent by telegraph.
The Grand Lodge appropriated
$250, to the uniform rank of the
fraternity; $25,00 to the colored or
phanage, at Winston Salem.
Last night Dr. J. W. Jones, ol
Winstor, was by acclamation re
elected Grand Chancellor. F. C.
Hester w:is re-elected Vice Grand
Chancellor. Prof. W. B. Windsor,
of Greensboro, was re-elected by ac
clamation, Grand Keeper of Record
and Seals. Dr. Geo. W. Adams, ol
Durham, re-elected by acclamation,
Grand Master of Exchequer. Dr
D. W. Chestnut, of Wilmington, Grand
Medical Register, was re-elected by
acclamation. Grand Master of Works,
Dr. W. G. Avant, of New Bern, re
elected by acclamation. Dr. J. A.
Bonner, of Wilmington, re-elected by
acclamation, Grand Prelate. Grand
Master of Arms, Dr. H. P. Kennedy,
H. E. Hagans of Goldsboro, was
elected Grand Lecturer; C. L. S. A.
Taylor, of Charlotte, Grand Marshal;
J. T. Pittman, of Wilmington, Grand
Inner Guard; A. J. Simmons, of Ra
leigh, Grand Outer Guard; and Col
Jas. H. Young, of Raleigh, was elected
Chairman of the Finance Committee.
John A Broom and J. C. Latts, of
Winston-Salem, were elected delegates
to the Supreme Grand Lodge which
will be held at Baltimore, Md., next
TO BRING WELL FILLED
BASKETS CROPS GOOD.
I ml Knnpls n( the Nassau bank was
The committee was unwilling to
mk-ntk TWWMi" 190S' Snaf.t" f the y.tem wUl b, submitted to the INV,TED TO COME AND ft the word of Mr. Rocksfellf' Administrative District of Nassau.
Kis thp rlnnnhtpr ran nwiv unit rn.nr.-ipp! I ntpr-Staf p ( nmmerre Commission at I I i ii c i . , . ,, . .
pnysieiau as iinai, u .v H..,...-.. Thig however, a strong government
of its own selection to examine him, guarantec and the sufficiency of it is
choosing Dr. Charles W. Richardson of ,. in th. hik nrice oo maintained
Washington for the task. Dr. Richard- . . npr bonda of ,h. Nassau
(Special to the Journal.) son concurred in tne opinion oi it. bank
Askin. N. C. lulv 15. Croos are Lhappell. 1 his, however, did not satis- ..... .,.
' ' - - 1. , . . . , . n 1 II in. mi- liic pi.vMiii.vi.1 . n
i fairlv cronrl ronHition now. hut we IV tne committee, ana as mi. n.uv.nc-1 , . , ... i .
: .:. . o..kr i xi i .M ,3t ,t.,,kr.r . ' . . , ,. . i tee saie, conuutt ui mc i K
iu uiiV i niiiiiiiiuiii, ii. j. ... , . f . leucr would not come to it, me cuiiiiiui- .. . , ... i ui..
From this point he immediately country, was an order abolishing the frm W:nnin. ro Pllr. tee went to him in his Florida retreat. u r . y 1,1 J:...:.. -rk.
.... . . ... . M.l rvn-r .r.mn .-A mk. " ' " " .... Ol the nOminiStratlVC UlSlllLl.
sppiieo to reopen tne case. Misappt- - tobacco. The examination was very bnet, last-1 .. u.inp i th, hank is carried
cation was denied. n umP " Pi post ur F. c. Ernul is soendinit a few liner but a few minutes, it being apparent I u.. . J: ... a ...m rlp.i -inc
t-M.-l. ton M m .,i . packages. Mr. Burleson hat alto in- . ... .. mn Mr w c Ernul.Uh,. h. millionnire was the sick man 1 i- ,1 ,k!
mmm hwivh) mwmmf i o. avawiv luilvnvu I ImxA fit II I " mmm --p ... ' I ' 1 I tO ITlOrigage 1118 I ClI 111 UCB III PH. IV Hi-
him to New Jersey and obtained a war- auuratf? tne coiiect-on-deiivery sys- in tfce (vm near herc thii week the phyjicjan, he was, and there , re(.i.tration. The system
rant for hUarrest. He was not, however, wm4-" c"uu'c" ,k p aT Mr- S- A Gakin ha the finest """ch surprise expressed that o ,and jrttfo, j Germany is
taken to jail, as it wasaUeged his health f i" ' lfc rotomc' pumpkins ol the season. under the circumstances Mr. Rocke thorou.hiv perfected and this is one
this the daughter ran away and married Inter-State Commerce Commission at
William A. Schott, of Baltimore. Ian early date.
In 1910, again on Mrs. Moore's com-1 Postmaster-General Burleson has
plaint, her husband was adjudged in made several important changes in the
contempt of court for not paying parcel post regulations since he has
his arrears of alimony, now amounting been the head of the Postofhce Depart-
to $36,000. Mr. Moore lost no time I ment. One of these changes, which
was well received throughout the
Farmers Much Encouraged Over
Condition Of The Crops.
would not permit. After being kept
lor two months under guard in the
Department collect the money and
send it to them.
The "boys" continue to play base- feller had not notified the committee l( the most ential features to a
I Kali mm MStHMav. thpv arp nrpnarinir p.f his ronHition and olaccd himsclt I t i i i:. .......... Tl..
n : i . 117:1 i . d...i. . I ' " ' - suecessiiu lanu cicun vm
Hackensack Hospital he was set at . . " . "UMCTT" to give some team a warm time in the at its disposal before the inability the curt the farmer U given a paper
liberty on a writ of ne exeat, under . Li -Z 1 neT future- o the committee to reach him had estabU8hing his title and describing the
bonds of 30,000 not to leave the "T'"" There was quite a large crowd at the become a scandal. nrooerty. This paper is sent to the land
SUte. ,J rr. d?l?ittnt,? ,The.y Mineral Spring Sunday including a T with the Tonlication for a loan.
m, m 1. m.n frnm Mpw Rprn I .. ... u. .-J .u.
... , ,,.. III tne loan or gramcu mh .a. ...v..
j (Special to the Journal.)
Dcppe, N. C, July 15. Farmers arc
very much encouraged here now;
crops are on a boom.
Mr. W. Herman Collins was the
guest of Miss Lila Henderson Sunday
Mr. J. C. Shepard of the Harris
C.eek section was the guest of Miss
Annie Trott Saturday and Sunday.
We are sorry to hear of the illness
of Mr. Frank Henderson and hope
he will soon recover.
Mr. Liston Bryan of Jacksonville
was a visitor at the home of Miss
t Lilian Riggs Sunday.
We are very sorry to hear that
Mrs. J. R. Eubank is seriously ill.
Mi. Tom Henddson and Mrs. C. S.
A LAWN PARTY
DELIGHTFUL SOCIAL ETEKT
AT ORIENTAL LAST FRIDAY
n spite ot nis lour bondsmen, Wil- oped until It becones a postal express ' Bv th. ' there will be s oicnic HOUSTON CREATES NEW POST. . . ' " . nt
liam C. Sherwood, John Prout, John H. system, giving the people . retail . y, th mortgage is registered and also the bank
I . ill... c ! U C...
Morris and George C. Tennant, all package transportation conduit at low .,.. . .... r kJj.. :. i..:..J
o(!rn,rif .U.Mt JIU! J"Y- -vCTyuuy ..
the Srtate. opens
The bondsmen immediately employed
detectives, who found Moore In New
records with tie mortgage the fact
that bonds to an equal amount have
I . . I I l ... t r. ... . . . I el . . . ..
it 1. said, by Major Wittpen, it was The change. In the parcel Pt ' 'T" Z' bn I he entire transaction
learned, lew day. ago that he had left may be m.de before the fall season 1 ?L f.tl fleer For Foreat Appaals. cosU the i.rmer .bou; $20 The bond
oyojiuuuj wur. uu u..... . v.. draws interest at rne lo.vest pracntaun;
water in the eastern part of the State I rgte now 4 . pef cent because of a
and. don"t forget the basket. k-d money market and the farmer
Regular service at Kit Swamp next Washington. July 15. Law officer for tQ the thls Mme .ate 0 jn.
Haven. He was brought back last
night and surrendered to Under Sheriff
Heath, of Hackensack.
SHERIFF TAKING NO CHANCES
Sj.ecial to the Journal.)
: July 15. One of the meat
il events oi the social seaM.1
nt il took place last Friday
evening when Mr. Frank Gendreafj
tendered a number of her friend, a
lawn party in honor of Miss Dixie
Mattocks, of Stella, and Mis Ruth
Barwick, of Kinston, who are visiting
The party was given at the home
of S. W. Everett, Mr. Gendrean's
father, .and the large lawn wa bril
liantly illuminated with many Japanese
lanterns. One of the features of the
party was the fortune telling by a
r:, ..... r.rtnnp trllpr who Hat enaconed
Barker of Trenton, were in this section . , . f . . nnm .k. Ur
111 in I i. ui ... " .v. .... .
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dcbruhl of De
I. mill's were visitors at Mr. J. R.
Kuhanks Thursday and Friday
hwn. There was not one of the young
ladies or gentleman who did aot visit
the soothsayer' tent at some time dnr-
ihanx. inursqay ana rr.oay. ,. eyeni and hr to
The annual picnic at Tabernacle , them M4 fgr
was held List Friday
reported a good- time.
I Nnfnrln,.. Nui V... U'likl. '
It is possible that Moore will be ... ,r. imght
brought into court to answer to a con- lines Of His Call,
tempt charge lor leaving the State,
and il he is again set at liberty it is
thought certain that hi bond will be Sheriff R. B, lane i taking no
LklK. '- 1 Irhxnaaa on "RnH" flraan ,k. . :
Jf 1111. mil 1 1
negro now In the county jail under
severs! charges, making hi escape.
Alter he had been recaptured alter
making a daring leap from a .wiftly
moving passenger train while being
brought from Norfolk to New Bern
Sunday if nothing prevents. Sundsy forest appeals is a new position in the temt ,uf enougj, t0 cover the ex
chool I progressing finely. We are Department ol Agriculture created inM the bank Tllii j, about
anxious to Me the new road come in yesterday by Secretary Houton. one.hal! per cent in an economically
DEATH OF EDWARD OWEN
It will be filled by Thoma. G. Shear- , amitmMatt institution.
man, lormerly 01 tne forest service,
MADERO SAYS HUERTA IS
now doing .pedal work on Indian TALM AB0UX THE COTTON
IClalUlB UI U1C .'IV lltnl j V Vis ""ivi vrs . 1 fiMvp
The new omcer, wno assumes nis
duties Wednesday, will be entirely
During the evening a large Ira
ui a Knilt on thp lawn and the nartT
Mr. William Tallman was the guest I j arQund and t0Mtw
of Mr. Frank Henderson Sunday after-, mahniclow.. In the estimation of
no"- , ... I all the event was a grand success and
Mr R. R. T.llman, of Fayetteville : , enJoyed Ky
N. C. wa. vuiting his parent, at f Among tho enjoying Mrs.
this place last wek ! Gcndreau. hospitality were: Mis. Elrfa
Miss Glenme Eubank of New Bern, Mldgette. Pattle SpruiU,
i, here at thui time-.pending a few days Hc,cn Edth Whkehortt,
with her mother Mr.. J. R. Eubank, j Stephens, Grace Morris. Unra
Mr. Alpheu. Collin., was the guest of Durhtm Ruth Simmons,
of Mi.. Gladys McDaniel Sunday f , JohBlwn SteU McLees sad
afternoon. v ..... j willl.m alk
.1 11 ll IV iiaiiui -' . :
Francisco Msdero, father of the mar- outside the Forest Service and directly
& fift "-Euward . few d.y, t0, Green told the Deputy
Owen Parker died at his home in Silver- Sheri &0tti Mm ln chargt thaPt h;
dale N. C , June J5 of acute indhjaatlon. WWW m,ke hu ,,,, from the
"V . , W very first opportunity,
hi. f.ther, mother four brothers, With the exception of one or two
JSL" Tl t 'I MU Prb0M" th W ho we confined
fa . leas. It iasadtb chronicle the death , th, , .Uowed t0 theif
f one so young Mr. Park wa. a good Md walk around ,n tht
man,alw.y. ready with a helping hand However, thb libertv U aot sIIowpH
nd to everybody snd ever v bod v I r:. ..j k. ai u. 1 f .,
' iipm .uu win uv un witnin tne
Of hi. cell until hi. cass is
tyred President of Mexico who has
joined hi. son's widow and other mem
bers of the family st Ashbury Park,
"The present struggle probably will
lie decisive. Autocratic and democratic
parties have been fighting for control lor
two yean, and I believe this will be the
end. Huerta will be overthrown. Thi. is
almost certain. The people are fighting
against him. I have now left seven
of my son snd three daughters. They
murdered two of my sons. Treachery
H. A. Real, of Reelaboro, .pent
responsible to Secretary Houston. Ap
peals from the chief forester's decisions
regard to homesteaders claim.
for agricultural lands in national
forest reserves, grazing privileges, tim
ber sale rights and the like will be
referred to Mr. Sherman for final
In cases of agricultural land classi
fication in the forests the law officer
has co-operating a committee of agri
cultural expert, named today by Secre
tary Houston. They art L. C. Corbett,
assistant chief of the Bureau of Plant
Indusrty; E. C Chllcott, of the same
bureau, and T. D. Rice, of the Bureau
of Soil Surveys.
Nash Mattocks of Silverdale, Onslow
county, who was in the city Tuesday,
J. S. Morris, and his sistor i Danie, WateT pari, Sylre(ter
M.is Nancy J. Morns, were guests Gilbert j fnt.
ol Mines Annie and ita r. irou . . ...i... r.pii UMw R.lnk
' . ' TM
Harris, Chri. Fenner and Zeb
say. cotton in hi. part of the country SELLING STOCK IN PRC POSED -.. ,ar brlclt building erected
t - : l...(..t.. I as at I bvvbb mmt imi.nrT a 1 '
is not a. good a. it was year before last,
but at present gives promise of yielding
M good a crop as that of last year,
and with the right sort of weather
from now on there may be a better
crop than wa. made last year, la
hi. opinion there hi no chance for the
Cotton crop to overcome entirely the
Craven street by Eugene
' has been completed and is now oecui
BUCK stoves and ranges. J.
The promoters of the project to erect by the New Bern Garage Come
a new hospital on r.at rroni The rtructuft was erected exj
street are engaged in securing ub- fo(. tnit purpoae and is one of the I
scriptions for stock and are meeting with gHtt i the State,
much success. It is understood that .. .
several thousand dollars worth of the aj 0 f , J Ml
stock has already been placed. It IlOs tjl X-QlX LY "Qj
. . 1 . . I . 1.....:.. .. . I. . .....m.il.r. ,0
3. is tne lnieiiiiun 01 m iuuiwi...
Basnlght Hardware Company, New
Barns, N. C.
M. M. Marks returned last night
ttom a short visit at Goldsboro.
put up a building which, when equipped, ki MALm" orCHILl
will cost between tnirty-nve ana iony p;T( tx doses will braat cay I
ik.unri Hollan. and thev desire to if liken Ihea ss a toalc Iha Fever
begin work on ; the structure some time JfJjgM(