North Carolina Newspapers

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35th TER
NoJ'HO
NEW BERN, N. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1913 FIRST SECTION
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1ELS RULES
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Will See That Promises Made To
Prospective Tars Are
Fully Redeemed.
WOULD HONOR WOMEN.
Jones Bill Favors Erecting Statues
' On Addition To Capitol Grounds.
RETURN AFTER A
TWO WEEKS TRIP
Washington, Aug. 22. Unless the PARTY ON HOUSE BOAT VISITS
pitchfork of Senator Tillman tosses the
CRUISE TO
votes for women movement aside, and
if the plan of Senator Jones to hellenize
the- Capitol grounds Succeeds, memo
rials to females soon may dot the ad-
MEDITERRANEAN dition now in progress of acquisition.
Those who have hiked to Albany and
SWANSBORO, MOREHEAD
AND OTHER PLACES.
(Special to the Journal.)
Aug, 21. Captain Fred Nelson
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endured the fourth of March parade and in Monday evening from a two weeks' chants in coast towns, I am writing
dodged missiles along the route may They visited Swansboro, More- to merchants an manufacturers m
.. , head City, Beaufort, Harkets Island, different lines of business for lnforma-
ti... t l ,. mWrl in a Cape Lookout and other parts of the tion.
bill that has just been offered. It pro- Western Hemisphere There were "It will oblige me if you wMl write
vides that the half of the new grounds 2 thLe ,nc, udln . Jane' at once giving me the rates on different
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rates are already lower than interior
points.
"Either of these propositions would
Be unjust to the coast towns, as they
are already enjoying lower rates than
the interior points, being entitled to
them on account of their water compe
tition. "I hope, with the aid of gentlemen
who have been appointed from Wilming
ton and Elizabeth City as members of
this Board, to be able to secure for the
coast towns of North Carolina the same
reduction in rates which will be agreed
upon for interior points.
That I may be fully informed upon
came I the rates now being paid by the mer
Secretary Wedded To Idea
Having Oregon Pioneer
Way Through Canal.
Of
HEW HMD MATTER
MONDAY WEEK
BEAUFORT
PREFER R
COUNTY PEOPLE
:- t:s
LEADING
BY
COLLECTING DUES FROM MEM
BERS OF NEW CLUB.
nearest the Union station shall be desijg-
Wa.hin.rrnn D C Amr. 21. "4 li. -' .( ... half glorious lime. mm jaut urm
"The enlisted men of the navy had adjoining the present grounds be known Nels0" CaDen Fred' j. done en;
better begin saving their money. They as the "Parthenon." This section shall e t0 cook nex t,me on d1ls 1
will have a chance to see something be set apart for the erection of memo
of Europe." ' I rials to women and their achievements.
Secretary Daniels made this state
the cook. They all report having a commodities that you may handle
doan care if dem gals wooden let me
sleep nary wink las' nite."
Capt. Fred and Mrs. Nelson were
given a hearty vote of thanks and
GLASS
DEFENDS
ment when asked for details of the
cruise of 'the battleship fleet and the
, destroyer flotilla to the Mediterranean.
'-The program centres around his- desire
to make the service agreeable and pro
fitable for the enlisted-men.
"There were some ' arguments in
favor of abandoning the cruise in
favor 6f other wok," he continued,
"But I had told the officers and men
that either we would make good our
recruiting advertisements promising
that men can learn something and see
the world or tear them up.
"The cruise wilt be confined to the TAUNTED BY XHE INSURGENTS
Mediterranean .Because oi ine mua
climate. Once through Gibraltar, the
fleet "will be divided among the va- Caucus Reoeatedlv Cheers Brilliant I . ... l
e ports. It is not intended ... ' . . ur newe9t mercnanti.e nusc
to or from the North, South or West,
also giving the rates if you have them,
now paid by interior points on same
goods. It is important that I have
this information very promptly."
The action of the Legislature in this
matter involves much to the business
CURRENCY BILL
Scores Triumph In House Demo
cratic Caucus And Shows He
Can Make A Real Speech.
congratulations as being a'very charm-1 men of New Bern and surrounding
ing host and hostess also Professor section, and it is hoped that Mr.' Ives'
and Mrs. Sloan as chaperons. Aunt request will be given prompt considera
Jane got hers by souvenirs from the tion and that he may be given any
young ladies.
Mr. Crane W. Gerock and niece,
Miss Louise Gerock, of Fort Worth,
Texas, are here visiting relatives and
friends.
Misses Julia Matocks, Viette Ha dnot
and Walter Truckter are in Trenton
attending the Teancers' Institute.
Mr. Pete Smith and wife, of Swa
boro, passed through here yesterd
information available:
"Durham is turning its eyes towards
the matter of municipal ownership,'
says the Raleigh News and Observer
and adds': "This is a thing which is
coming along all over the country.
By this standard, the good old City of
New Bern is one of the most progressive
SPRING HOPE CHURCH.
S. T. Wall, of Edward, Beaufort
county, was in the city Friday. He is
still very much concerned in the matter
of the opening up of a shorter route
from his section to New Bern. His
petition for the improvement of several
miles of road torn the Beaufort line
into Craven and running along by
Spring Hope church, will come up at the
next meeting of the Craven commis
sioners which will be Monday .week.
The hitch will come, says Mr. Wall,
over the fact that there are two routes
proposed and the . Commissioners will
have to choose between the two.
Mr. Wall believes, however, that it
can be demonstrated to the satistac-
tion of the Commissioners that the
route that they should select is the one
that leads by Spring Hope church.
This is the most direct route, and it is
the route that the people in Beaufort
county, who want to come to New
Bern to trade, would like to see opened
by Craven county.
The committee appointed to collect
the dues of the members of the newly
organized New Bern Gun Club were
busily engaged yesterday in attending
to their duties and succeeded in visit
ing practically all of the members.
There are a few who have not been
seen by the committee but they will
be visited tomorrow.
ANTI-TRUtt LAW
IN OPERA SUIT
Oscar Hammersteln Replies To
Injunction Forbidding Grand
Opera In English.
rious large porta.
that snyship shall visit more than
one p rt.
"The ' cet' will, depart October 25th
and retMn BjKrember 20th. Each ves
sel will li jve least a month in some
rranean
Virginian, Who Establishes
Himself As Statesman.
This city has owned its waterworks
on their way to Trenton on a pleasure I fifteen years or more
trip. He was driven his Great Western
auto. Instead nf Hiirts o-ivintr his country
Ian ultimatum the fact seems to be
MATRIMONY AND
LONGEVITY.
Dr. R. DuVal Jones who is the Chief
Surgeon of the New Bern Division
of the North Carolina Naval Militia
will accompany the division to Norfolk,
Va., on the special train tonight and
will participate in the ten days' cruise
on board the S. S. Alabama.
PAYMASTER GENERAL IS IN THE
CITY.
Colonel George L. Peterson, Pay
master General of the North Carolina
Naval Militia accompanied by Branden
Bruner, of Raleigh, his chief clerk,
arrived in the city yesterday morning
and will leave tonight on the special
train for Norfolk with the New Bern
Division of the N. C. Naval Militia.
Jones and Jones, general merchandise. that th;s country has submitted one
Mr. J. B. Jones, of Swansboro, is the tQ mnli Qr at leagt what amounts
manager. t0 one ;n v;ew Df the straitened cir-
Maysville Gin Company has enlarged rlimatanrPS ;n which Huerta finds him-
Washington, D. C, Aug. 21. Chair- their plant by putting in an additional i ,f
Capt. Hill, our A. C. Line section
-HTWiir-'- " 1 - . . -i i .. ... , m:n
oleasant Mediterranean oort. from man Carter Glass of the Committee on sei K"' " -i-i"-""-
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...l.m .1,,, Kn .m;tfJ hanlrinr anri rnrronrv scored a croat iuc i uauc
W1IHII iUUIUI LTV pvt I HIV. VI I
I triumph in the House Democratic cau-
. .a., a i.:. tk i:ki i.. In., thi. afternoon. His sneech in de- master, has made a long needed im
tan aii' i a viuisng mn-iui ivu v v. i a . , . , CM'
which will be accorded them." fense of the currency bUl which bears provement around the station by filling
The secretary is enthusiastic over his name and is backed by the ad- "- passenger waiK w.tn sever,
the school he established under Com- ministration wa. the great event of cars of clinkers. Thank you Captain,
mander Roger Welles at the Newport the session at that end of the capital Geo. E. Weeks is wearing a smile
training station. During their three thus far. and A. Frank Mattocks a frown The
months' instruction prioto going Because Mr. Glass had never made reason
to sea the recmits are given instruc- a real speech in Congress before, dur
tion in arithmetic, grammar and ing all his years of service there was
spelling. The school, Mr. Daniels be- a disposition here to assume he could
lieves, increases the -ability of the men not do so. After having suffered
to; learn seamanship, radio-telegra- for months the taunts of the "In-
phy, and the other branches of na- surgents" who charged that his bill
val service. was not his own, and that he did not
k. J uiu.:h .ua ( imnWstnnn1 his snhit-t Shut merelv re
nte IUCB Ul nCH-V.llllg LUC I J J I ,
as the first battle ship to pas. through fleeted the view, of others, the fiery been rece.ved by friends in this city:
the Panama Canal is firmly fixed in and eloquent Virginian retorted upon """"
L.yud Jlojr nuaiuo
HELD ON CHARGE
OF
sMucsime
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT.
Former New Bern Young Lady
Married At Macon, Ga.
ARRIVES WITH 14 TRUNKS
CLARES ONLY $245 IN
DUTIABLE GOODS.
-DE
The following announcement has
the secretary's mind. He said:
"The Oregon will be placed in com-
his detractors in a speech which is I
generally acknowledged to have been I
Married
New York, Aug. 23 Though the
Kaiser Wilhelm II. of the North
German Lloyd landed her passengers
Tuesday, it was not until Thursday
that one of them was arraigned form
ally on a charge - of attempting to
The New York State Department of
Health through a Cornell professor.has
made some investigationsrttlfelative to
the mortality rates of married and un
married men, with the result that it
has been established that benedicts live
longer than bachelors.
The compiler of the statistics comes
to the conclusion that the lower mor
tality rate of married men is due to the
supervision ot tneir loou, .iougings,
hours and habits by their wives, and
to greater incentive to self-restraint
and care of health than the bachelor.
All this may be conceded. But the
figures submitted show' that the mor
tality rate of widowers and divorced
men is greater than that of the married
men or of the bachelors. Also the
death rate of single men at 70 is great
er than that of the married men of that
age. This would lead to the conclusion
that divorce is a peril to health and
life, which is a new angle from which
view the divorce problem. Further
more, the contention of relatives that
marriage on the part of a septuagenari-
is unwise is wrong. Rather the re
verse. Washington Herald.
KAISER WILHELM
A TEETOTALLER
Forswears Fatherland's Famous
Beer And Cuts Out Its
Choicest Wines.
ALLEGES TRADE RESTRAINT
Declares Unlawful Act Of Trust
Made Him Mental And Phy
sical Wreck In 1919.
LESSENS WORKING CAPACITY
Found From Experiment That Even
Small Quantities Of Liquor
Lessened His Energy.
Berlin, Aug. 23. The Kaiser has
joined the ranks of teetotalers. He
has foresworn the Fatherland's fa
mous beer, and cut out its choicest
wines His favorite drink is now
le
WIRING BUILDINGS AT EASTERN
CAROLINA FAIR GROUNDS.
!nl . .. .. .... I uniunria in jewels and wcarinu apparel,
mission and ordered to report to the one of the most remarkable and el- "g" TT7. the appraised value of which may reach
Atlantic fleet at Guantanamo. She fective made in Congress for many
will be the first large warship to pass I days,
through the canal, and her cruise. I Mr
contrasted with the famous one she ten practically the whole currency bil
made around South America to join with his own hand. He fairly riddled
Sampson's fleet off Santiago, will fit- the Henry bill, which represents the
tingly symbolize the great saving in view, of the so-called insurgents, corn
time and distance the canal will per- paring it to the system of John Law,
mit when we desire to transfer our which in the eighteenth century end
naval defense from one ocean to the ed 'n the celebrated South Sea bubble,
other." At the close of his dramatic parallel.
"What do you think of the sugges- the speaker challenged his opponents
tion that Rear-Admiral Charles E. to answer mm, onering 10 give mem
Clark, U. S. N., retired, who coin- time in which to do so, but they did
manded the Oregon in the Spanish- not take advantage of the invitation.
American wWUAould again command A member from a State far distant
her for this':dtity?" the secretary was from Virginia said after the caucus
asked. that there was not a man in the meeting
His .mile showed that the idea ap- who would have dared to encoun-
pealed to him, as it does to most na- tec the impact of Glass' logic and elo-
val officers. - quence at that time.
"I want, to talk that suggestion The Virginian had the caucus in re
over with the aids and other officers peated storms of applause and many
on duty in the department before of the members of longest experience
makine any announcement." he said in Washington declared that they had
The fleet which will go abroad I never heard a more brilliant and pow-1 TO
orobablv will consist of about ten erlul speech. Me verdict was that
and thirteen,
Macon, Ga.
ham, N. C.
$10,000.
mo. i ft
I. , c n..r I ine accused person is mrs. mmam
At home after September first, Dur- V
Velie Motor Company of Moline, III.,
Mrs. MacDonald is a daughter of ." ..... -7 .
I M - .....1 .. .m...ill.nrT r-ntnnanmn
n - T AJ of I mai lui it, .inn a in... f, 1
. ...... . I whom the Federal officials call Miss
time pastor oi centenary oiwwuh -----
-i u i .u:. :., h,. a hnst I M. J. Lime.
j : .u: In her formal declaration on ship-
oi irienuo m mis HO.UUU. , . .i. .
Doaru ivirs. veue incuiiuucu uniy
dutiable goods, her declaration cover
ing the belongings of her daughter and
companion. After being landed at the
pier in Hoboken and before her baggage
had been examined, she went to acting
Deputy Surveyor John P. O'Connor and
asked permission to leave the pier. She
explained that her home is in the West
and that she would like to do some
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I U.n,i.i Infnrmnl nn I SIlouuiilK "'
Mr. u Connor seni ior ncr ucciaianun
The .New Bern Eledtrical Supply
Company, who have the contract for
wiring the buildings at the Eastern
Carolina Fair Grounds, are making
rapid progress in this work and will
probably have it completed within
the course of two weeks. When the next
Fair opens it will be possible to illu
minate the buildings at night and those
who care will have an opportunity
making an inspection of the exhi
bits after nightfall.
WRITES A LETTER
TO
MERCHANTS
From Local Business
Men.
LEARN FREIGHT RATES
noted that she had declared t245, and at
the same time saw that her hands spark
IpH with manv jewels. He told her
that if she left the pier it would be
accessary to leave these behind her
Meantime Insoector William H
battleships and all the destroyer, at the effort was that of a statesman M,.tl Kraft had begun to inspect her fourteen
the Atlantic fleet. d regret was expressed that it had " ' trunks. He had not delved very far
Be Attended To Without
Any Delay.
before he found it advisable to confer
with Deputy Surveyor Racrklewicz, in
charge of the pier. The deputy came
looked at the declaration and the con
As stated in the Journal yesterday I tents of the few trunks that had been
morning v.. L. ives, oi mi. cuy, nasi examined up io mai nine, aim
present attached to
The battleships of the firBt division not been made in open session so that
the Wyoming, Arkansas, Delaware, the country could have had the full
Florida, North Dakota, and Utah effect of the Lynchburger's eloquence.
will vmake . the trip. The Vermont, 1 After reading for a few minutes from
Connecticut, Kansas, and Ohio aloa prepared statement, Chairman Glass
are available. , The- battle shins now in Put hi manuscript aside and sought his
Mexican waters the Louisiana, Mich-1 word" from the inspiration of the mo-K n appojnted ag one of the committee-1 order, to send all fourteen to the Public
igan, New Hampshire, and South ment, wanting io nu iro ana giving ist Governor Locke Craig, Stores.
Carolina will remain there, until free play to the wonderful vocabulary, th erorDOration Commission and the! The inspection of the trunks was con
about November 1st, and will not go which the people of his own State areU jrreight Rate Association in tinued that day and on Wednesday
abroad. The division consisting of the aware that he possess, but which was w , gatigfgetory solution of the Thursday Mrs. Velie and her compan
Rhode Island, Virginia, Nebraska, and revelation to Congress. ratequestionattheapproachingspcci.il ion were summoned to the Custom
New Jersey, which will relieve the Former Governor A. J. Montague was weton ( tne Legislature and he de- House. She appeared there arrayed in
battleships now in Mexico, also 'will ,ter tn" caucus adjourned for the Bjrej t0 guc, information from a white flannel suit and white hat. For
be unable to make the cruise.
CINCINNATI TO STAY WET.
So Says Mayor, Who Denies Gov.
Cox Can Give Orders.
day and asked to dictate an expression
of opinion on the speech. He said:
"The speech of Mr. Glass made a very
extraordinary impression upon the yery
large attendance of the Democratic
caucus; it was enthusiastically ap
proved as a very able and eloquent ar
gument. Personally, I think the address
measured up the best traditions of
i c... i vi.:: a -t .i
i l in. v. . .ii ma hu vi i uc tuun-
nna, Aug. 22. Mayor Hunt, try. If a vote could have been taken
is aeen silent regarding Gov- at the conclusion of the address. I he
ltimatum that Cincinnati will be I Heve the Glass bill would have been
ndays issued s statement that L whlmincrlv an.! a inmA ...I I .1 .
executive had no Unticrnate that there will l- mo .-i-i
ous disaffection as time wears on."
There i. no doubt that by thi. effort
this afternoon Mr. Glass has estab
lished hi. position as one of the big
men of Congress. He ha. made a repu
tation which will last as Ions a. he
stays here. At the close of the speech
Mr. Glass was accorded an ovation.
i Chief
(rter Mayors of cities in the
1 continue to do just as we
doing," declared the Mayor,
safely say that there it no
of making any change in
bt Sunday closing aituation
be up to the liquor license
local merchants and manufacturers I an hour she was under examination by
that will be of aid to him in putting Gen. Nelson H. Henry, Surveyor of the
the local conditions before the two! Port. But it was not until later ar
organizations and the Governor at rainnment before United States Com
"... I . . ' 1 1 I 1 . L -. . I. ..
an earlv meeting. musioncr atanion in nouurai i
In a letter sent out yesterday by I fact, in the cac were made known.
Mr. Ives to the local merchants and I When she appeared bet ore tne com
manufacturers, he says: missioner she wa. represented by Joh
You are possibly aware that I C. Spooner, former United State. Sen
have been appointed one of the Ad- ator from Wisconsin, and by Henry
visory Committee of ten men, who will Jennet. The charge against her had
confer with the lust Freight Board been sworn to by Deputy Surveyor
of this State regarding an equitable R. Norwood. The hearing was brief
adjustment of freight rates.
DRGED TO SEEK
A NEW L
0GAT1
CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY WILL MOVE
TOMORROW.
On account of the fact that the Wil
iams-Brewer Millinery Company ha
rented the building on the corner
Pollock and Craven street which
is now occupied by the Citizen. Sav
ings Bank and Trust Company th
bank is forced to move to some other
locatfcm as the new company will open
for'Tiusiness on the first of next month
and it will be necessary to make some
alterations in the exterior of the build
ing.
The store room in the Stewart builc
ing on Middle street adjacent to Mrs
B. Allen's dry goods and millinery
establishmert has been secured by the
bank and the fixtures will be moved
to this location tomorrow. This will
be only a temporary location. When
the Peoples Bank moves into its new
home on Middle street the Citizens
Savings Bank and Trust Company
will occupy the building now used
by the former institution.
WORKS RETURNING TO SENATE.
monade, with a dash ot orange
juice, but he docs not lorce tnis ury
anitc beverage on his guests, to whom
the usual wines are served. These
facts have leaked out since he returned
from his vacation cruise.
Little space i; given to them ir
the newspapers, for the same reason
perhaps, as when the minister o(
education of a South German state,
some time ago, opposed the cstab
lishmcnt of a Good Templar lodge
on the ground that it threatened one
of the most important industries of
Germany. It is reported that the
Kaiser did not touch any alcoholic
beverage throughout his northern
cruise.
Persons who are in close contact
with him say that this is the result
of the emperor's conviction that al
cohol lessens the working capacity of
man. He often expresses the opin
ion to members of his entourage that
mmoderate drinking is one of the
greatest factors in retarding the de
velopmcnt of nations.
Some time ago the Kaiser demand
the latest alcoholic statistics as
suicides, accidents and crimes, which
resulted from immoderate drinking
After a study of these statistics
experimented on himself, and fo'ind
that even small quantities of liquor
lessened his energy, and capacit
for work, whereupon with characteris
tic impulsiveness he cut out alcohol
entirely.
He never misses an opportunity to
decant on the value of temperance
and the result is that the members
of his suite who like their wine, touch
it lightly when dining in his presence
While he was swearing in the vanal
recruits at Wilhclmsbaven recently
he emperor took occas on to dclive
t lecture on temperance and drank
toast in water. He also recently toio
army officers, who asked if there
would be any objection if his health
were drunk in water, that on the con
trary he would be well pleased.
New York, Aug. 2.V Oscar Ham
merstein's answer to the Metropolitan
Opera company's injunction suit to
restrain him from giving grand opera
in English this fall, was served on
the plaintiff's attorneys yesterday after
noon. It is drawn by Ex-United States
Attorney Henry A. Wise, and alleges
that the Metropolitan Opera company
is an unlawful combination in restraint
of trade and commerce. -'
Mr. Hammerstein also alleges that
the plainlilt s wicked ana umawrui
ts" to drive him out, of - jie Opera
producing business, made him a men.
I and physical wreck in 1910, when
Id out to the Metropolitan, and
greed not to produce opera here for
years, and that he was not re-
ponsiblc for his acts when he signed
he agreement to keep out of opera.
He says further that his son, Ar
thur, as his attorney, in fact, signed
agreement that he was to keep
out of opera when he understood that
was to have an interest in the
erger of the Manhattan and Metro
politan Opera companies. He says
love for his son prevented him
from repudiating the lattcr's acts.
Mr. Hammerstein's answer, which
makes the first use of the Sherman
nti-trust law in defending a suit over
the production of grand opera, covers
seventy-eight typewritten pages. The
nswer of his son, Arthur, which is
milar, was also served today by his
counsel.
Mr. Hammerstein's answer denied
the allegations of the Metropoli
an complaint except that he ad
mits that prior to 1910 he had '"ac-
uired skill, experience, and know-
edge of the production of grand
pera," and he also admits htat the
pera-going public is but a small part
( the general public. He admits that
Edward T. Stotesburg, of Philadel-
)hia, paid $1,2000,000 for the Phila-
elphia opera house, but says he re
ceived all the money and denies that
is son, Arthur, got anything.
Hammerstein denies that the pub
ic statement tnat nc intenued iu
give grand opera in English was made
n bad faith, and denies that the City
Club conceived a plan of giving opera
n English before him- He alleges that
'the announcement was so made by
he City Club as part and parcel of an
unlaw'ul plan and purpose of this
plaintiff and divers other persons to
monopolize the business of giving
grand opera in New York."
to
MANY
SEE THE
EXPERTS SHOOT
INTERESTING EXHIBITION AT
GHENT PARK YESTERDAY
AFTERNOON.
WIFE VISITS PRESIDENT.
'A proposition has been made by led not guilty. She was paroled in their
the State Freight Rate Board that the custody, to appear on Monday at 2:30
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State be divided into zones, ana tnat
Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 23. Saying
he believed the Mexican situation so
acute that he should be in his seat at
Washington, Senator Work, left Los
Angeles today. He said he woufd remain
in Washington until the end of the
Through her attorneys Mss. Velie plead- special session of Congress, although
Mrs. Wilson And Daughter Unex
pectedly "Drop In" At White House.
the coast towns be placed in the same
sone and have the same freight rates
as Interior towns in the same vicinity.
''This proposition was declined bythe
railroads, and they have made a coun
ter proposition offering a reduction
P. M. Gen. Henry wa. in court with
several of the deputy collectors and
customs inspectors. j
Anyhow John Lind was not a pro
tracted failure.
when he returned to Los Angeles 10
days ago he had planned to remain
here until the beginning of the regular
session.
Senator Works favors President Wil
n's policy.
Washington Aug. 23. President Wil
.on was surprised today with a visit
by Mrs. Wilson and his youngest dau
ghter, Miss Eleanor, whom he naa not
seen for five weeks.
Thev had kept their coming secret
and notified the White House only a
nnri time before their arrival. The
President motored to the station
. . , . i 1 I
meet them. Mrs. Wilson ana ncr
daughter will spend a few days with
the president, returning to ' Cornisl
N. H., next week.
Although the weather was inclement
and a shower threatened at every
minute, quite a large number of
spectators witnessed the exhibition of
fancy shooting given at Ghent Park
yesterday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Topperwein, of San Antonio,
Texas, who are touring the country giv
ing demonstrations of the Winchester
arms and ammunition.
This was the second time that these
rearms experts have visited New Bern
nd their work yesterday showed
p to even better advantage than on
he former occasion. I o hit an object
thrown into the air with a revolver
or rifle shot seems to. be the easiest
hing imaginable for either Mr. or Mrs.
Topperwein. Some ot tneir traits,
such as shooting shells from the ends
of the fingers with a revolver, made
the spectator, hold their breath lor a
few seconds for fear that an accident
would occur. However, neither Mr.
Topperwein nor his wife seemed to
mind a little thing like this.
The exhibition was a complete sue-
. . I 1 . ..ni...,4 V. 11
cess ana was inuruuiiijr 'i"j"" "
those who witnessed tfc'
Wise is the man who puts his ears
J. J. Tolson, Jr., has just returned
from Goldsboro where he seolred the
contract for, the electrical work in the
Borden concrete .ix-story building.
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
in
(Quotations Furnished By Coast
Line Ment Market.)
August 26.
Chickens, grown, pair IS to 85c
Chickens, half grown, pair. 60 to 70c
n,.,-lr. nrr nair 6otO HOC
F.ggs,doeen...
Hams, country smoked
Beeswax, pound '
Wrml sound 11 W 16
p r
26c
20c
25c1
    

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