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Salvation Army Detachment Will
Campaign Among Sum
WOMAN'S BAND IN THE LEAD
Commander Booth Will Be With
Squadron Part Of The Time
And Make Some Speeches.
New York, Sept. 9. Mayme Ernst, a
Brooklyn woman not yet 20, is band
master of a Salvation Army woman's
band that is to start out Next Thursday
from this city to campaign among the
idle rich who linger at the summer
resorts of the Jersey and Long Island
Six automobiles will !e?ve army head
quarters in Fourteenth street early in
the morning of that day for New
Jersey. In them wil be Colonel Mcln
tyre's. Flying Squadron, as the expe
dition will be called. The only woman's
band in the Salvation Army anywhere,
Miss Ernst at its head, will be in the
lead. Open-air meetings lasting 45
minutes will be held in Newark, Pas
saic, Patterson, Warwick, Goshen and
Newburg that day. At each place
the band will (,ive a concert.
From four to seven meetings, at which
there will be band concerts, will be held
each day and enough days will be put
in to make meetings possible in practic
ably every town of any size in the States
of New York and New Jersey. Marked
attention will be given to the resorts
along the Jersey coast and on some
parts of long island. The late stayers
in the Catskills will also have band
concerts and religious addresses.
Camp equipment and cooking uten
sils will be carried in one of the autos,
so the men of the party can spend
the nights out of doors if they wish to.
Chaperons will accompany the young
Women. Commander Booth is to join
the squadron for a part of the time
and make some of the addresses.
In the task of directing this dying
squadron over the States of New York
and New Jersey and through the
late summer haunts of the idle rich
of Long Island Colonel Mclntyrc
Will be assisted by a staff composed of
Staff Captain Barrett and some other
Well-known members of the army.
Mrs. Mclntyrc, Mrs. Wiseman, Mrs.
White and other matrons will chap
eron the young women. Local army
staffs will do all in their power to make
the meetings in the various cities
THRILLS LARGE AUDIENCE
WITH LECTURE, " THE MAK
ING OF A MAN."
Salisbury, Md. Sept. 9. For 1 hour
and 30 minutes Secretary of State
William Jennings Bryan held one of the
largest gatherings ever seen in this
city spellbound tonight with his famous
lecture, "The Making of a Man,"
under the large chautauqua tent here.
Mr. Bryan arrived in this city over
the Baltimore, Cheaspeake and Atlan
tic Railway at 6:15 o'clock, and amid
the loud tooting of horns and clapping
of hands of thousands of his admirers
who lined the streets, went immediate
ly to the chautauqua tent. As soon as
his arrival was noticed on the outskirts
of the vast crowd there were loud cheers,
which continued until long after Mr.
Bryan had taken his seat on the plat
form. ','rle was introduced by Prof. I. A.
Downey. He was interruDted a number
of times by loud applause. His voice
easily reached the outskirts of the crowd
and no one experienced any trouble
in understanding every word.
Mr. Bryan holds the record for draw
ing the largest crowd together ever seen
on the Eastern Shore. That was a
few years ago, when more than 0,00
persons heard him make a political
speech in this city. While there were
not that many to hear Mr. Bryan to
night, nevertheless the large tent was
crowded to its capacity, many of the
people coming in the afternoon and
bringing their lunches with them and
remaining until night in order to be
assured of getting a seat.
Immediately after the lecture Mr.
Bryan motored to Cambridge, where he
boarded a Government boat and went
to Annapolis so as to be in his office
by noon tomorrow.
SERVICES TO BE HELD.
Services will "be held :n the Baptist
church at Polloksville Sunday morning,
Sept. 14, at 11 o'clock. J. C. Whitty,
of New Bern, will conduct them.
Correspondents are urg
ed to send us their names.
'We desire the name of ev
ery person who is kind
enough to send us an oc
casional letter giving the
news of his or her locality.
ims of course does not ap
ply to those who make a
practice of accompanying
their letters with their
BIDS WANTED FOR REPAIRING
THE CITY HALL.
Bids will bejreceived for the next
ten days for repairing and altering
the city building.
For further information apply to
the clerk, at the city hall.
F. T. PATTERSON,
Child's Knowledge of Art.
A teacher was surprised one morn
ing to see a pupil who bad coi. e tc
school for the first time showing a
remarkable Interest In the reprints of
great paintings which she had arrang
ed along the blackboard. Unobserved,
she drew near the child nnd was fur
ther astonished, to hear her exclaim
delightedly. "There's 'Baby Stuart,' the
'Sistine Madonna' and 'The Horse
This teacher mentioned the occur
rence to another teacher, who told her
that the child's brother and sister had
likewise surprised her by the knowl
edge they had not only of master
pieces in painting, but of sculpture
nnd architecture aa well. Later the
teachers met the eliHdren'ii
and were shown the playroom.
Instead of the highly colored pic
tures that one so often sees In play
rooms, there were several good paint
ings Illustrative of the time honored
chlldlore and the ever new fairy tale
One could readily see that considerable
time and money must have been spent
on these pictures. The visitors par
ticularly admired the imaginative sug
gestlon and harmonious coloring of a
painting of Cinderella. "That pic
ture," said the mother, ."Is the best we
have in the house. My little daugh
ters and 1 sacrificed our new spring
bonnets at Cinderella's shrine the first
time we caught a glimpse of her."
Numerous prints of great minting?
were arranged In groups according t
subjects around the room. These pic
tures were mounted on mats of uni
form size nnd color, and each one was
plainly labeled with the name of Its
author nnd its subject.
"The pictures In the various groups
are constantly changing." the mother
explained. "If any one finds a picture
which appeals to him it Is brought In
for consideration. No picture, how
ever, gets the coveted place In the
group if any of the children raise a
valid objection to It. This censorship
not only develops the children's ob
servatlon and judgment, but keeps the
groups of pictures from becoming too
large nnd usually Insures survival of
"At different seMsoris the Interest Is
transferred from one group to another.
At Christmas the Madonnas claim
most of our Interest: Inter, when the
children are enthusiastically building
snow houses nnd fashioning snow men.
we naturally turn to the groups headed
hy the Coliseum nnd Michelangelo's
Dnvld. In the spring we are all enthusi
astic about the flowers, birch and trees
"Wo are always onreful to encourage
even the youngest member of the fain
fly to contribute tn the changing col
lection. Occasionally we allow onr
judgment of a picture to be Influenced
by our hearts rather than our heads
This was the case when little Ned
brought In a highly colored picture of
Santa C'iaus which he evidently ad
mired und astonished all by requesting
as to hang It beside the 'Sistine Ma
The "No Toy" Theory.
There was a woman, rather promt
nent socially, who had a pet theory on
which she always fell back. Her slo
gan was "Sticks and stones for chll
dren." She believed, in effect, that
children conld get along quite well
without any toys save sticks and
stones, that the fewer playthings thej
had the better off they were. She ar
gued very convincingly. Of course
when yon found out that she bad no
chick or child of her own, but was
moreover, a spinster, your faith lu her
theory perhaps was somewhat shock
ed. The theory was right nevertheless,
as yon doubtless are forced to admit
when you ponder on the happiness of
the chiidreu yuu know. Without a
question toys do not mean happiness.
If you nre a believer in the no toj
theory the summer Is the best time to
pnt It into practice, for In summer
there are many things which an out of
door loving child can And to take the
place of toy. Doubtless the child who
has only a limited number of toys and
Is therefore forced to amuse itself with
out them most of the time has a better
chance to develop Its resourcefulness
and imagination and Its power of get
ting happiness and amusement wher
ever it may be than the child who 1
surfeited with toys.
Summer Clothing For Bsby.
Id summer the baby's clothing needs
especially to be light In weight and
loose fitting, says Good Health. It
goes without saying that it should be
clean and sweet. The young child
Is exceedingly sensitive to change of
temperature, and his clothing should be
sublect to the surrounding atmosphere.
Id the chill of the mooting he needs
warm garments, but swathed In flan
nel In the heat of the day be becomes
overheated and perspires to excess. It
takes time nnd thought to watch his
romfort Id this matter, but it does
much toward Insuring freedom from
A Useful Box.
A box for children's toys can be
made much more useful If two strips
of wood nn Inch and n half wide are
nailed across the bottom of the box.
one at each end. and a small castor Is
put In each of the fonr corners When
picking up the toys the box rnn be
moved aero the room, besides serving
ss a little wagon for the children
WHEN HER BACK ACHES.
A Woman Finds All Her Energy And
Ambition Slipping Away.
New Bern women know how the aches
and pains that often come when the
kidneys fail make life a burden. Back
ache, hip pains, headaches, dizzy
spells, distressing urinary troubles,
are frequent indications of weak kid
neys and should be checked in time.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for "the kid
neys only. They attack kidney dis
eases by striking at the cause.
Can New Bern sufferers desire strong
er proof than this Kinston woman's
Mrs. W. j. Moore, 602 Chestnut st eft
Kinston, N. C, says: "I suffered for
months from lame and aching back
and i 'as annoyed by head ches and
dizzy : ;lls. I used iwo boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills and they ailments. lains
and aches and other so much b can
now rest well and I feel Doan's Kietter
that I am glad to give Doan's kidney
Pills my endorsement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Duffalo, 6 w WW
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agen.s for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
BOAT LINE TO
BRIDGE TO IS
Chaiiman C. D. Bradham of the
County Board of Commissioners, an
nounces that the power boat H. L. N..,
C.i; t. W H. Parris, has been engaged
to ply between New Bern and Bridge
ton. The following schedule will be
v. N. Bern. Lv B idgeton
l eave New Hern on the hour from 7
morning to 7 at night. Leave
liridgeton on half hour from 6:30 in
morning to 7:30 at night except
in afternoon, boat will leave Bridgeton
at 4:15 so as to get the mail here in
lime for the irain.
(Quotations Furnished By Coast
Line Meat Market.)
Chickens, grown, pair 75 to 85c
Chickens, half grown, pair 60 to 70c
Ducks, per pair 6oto 80c
Hams, country smoked 20c
Beeswax, pound 25c
Wool, pound 11 to 16c
Hogs, dressed, pound 10 to 11c
Beef, dressed, pound 8 to 9c
Corn per bushel 85c.
(Quotations furnished by G. W
Taylor & Son.)
Open High Low Close
Jan 1286 1297 1278 1285
Oct 1309 1290 1 305
Dec 1298 1306 1289 1296
Spots 13.15 Market steady 10
Jan. and Feb 6.91 6 90 1-2
May & June 6.91 1-2 6.92
Oct. & Nov 6.96 6.97
Futures opened easy 12 to 13 down
Sa'es 8,000; Receipts 4400.
12 1-8 to 12 3-8.
B. P. S. PAINTS the best for all
purposes, sold in New Bern' by
J. S. Basnight Hardware Company
Buying by Mail
k a Very satisfactory way if I
you trade, with a store like
Form the habit of sending
to us for anything in the line
of d-iugs, sundries and toilet
goods when it is lot conven
ient for you to shop in per
son. With the Parcel post in op
eration, distance is no bar
rier. We have a large mail or
der trade extending all over
the surrounding country
trade built up on the repu-'
tcytion of selling quality goods
at reasonable prices. We
warrt your trade. Just mail
or phone your order
Strengthen Weak Kidneys.
Don't suffer longer with weak kidneys
You can get prompt relief by taking
Electric bitters, that wonderful remedy
praised by women everywhere. Start
with a bottle today, you will soon
feel like a new woman with ambition
to work, without fear of pain. Mr.
John Dowling of San Francisco, writes:
"Gratitude for the wonderful effect
of Electric Bitters prompts me to write.
It cured my wife when all else failed."
Good for the liver as well. Nothing
better for indigestion or biliousness.
Price, 50c. and $1.00, at all druggists.
Before she has been married a year
every woman discovers that her hus
band is a brute.
Do You Fear Consumption?
No matter how chronic your cough or
how severe your throat or lung ailment
is, Dr. King's New Discovery will surely
help you: it may save your life. Stillman
Green, of Malichiie, Col. writes: "Two
doctors said I had consumption and
could not live two years. I used Dr.
King's New Discovery am' am alive and
will." Your money refunded if it fails
to benefit yog. The best home remedy
for coughs, colds, t! roat and lung
troubles. Price 50c. and Sl.OOVGuaran
teed by all druggists. (Adv.)
It is easy for a woman to be happy
if her imagination is in good working
Safest Laxative For Women.
Nearly every woman needs a good
laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills
are good because they are prompt,
safe, and do not cause pain. Mrs.
M. C. Dunlap of Leadill, Tenn., says:
"Dr. King's New Life Pills helped
my troubles greatly." Get a box
today. Price, 25c. Recommended by
all druggists. (Adv.)
Matrimony is a sea in which many
:ourtships have been swamped.
The supply of copies of Thurs
day's Dai y Journal having be n
exhausted, the article abou the
storm that appeared in it has been
epubli hed in the Semi-Weekly,
copies of which may be had at the
Journal office at three cents each.
It is easier for boys to be boys than
it is for them to be quiet.
Best Treatment for A Burn.
If for no other reason, Chamberlain's
Salve should be kept in every household
on account of its great value in the
treatment of burns. It allays the pain
almost instantly, and unless the injury
is a severe one, heals the parts without
leaving a scar. This salve is also
uncqualcd for chapped hands, sore
nipples and diseases of the skin. Price
25 cents. For sale by all dealers.
A more glorious victory cannot be
gained over another man than this,
that when the injury began on his part
the kindness should begin on ours.
Good For Biliousness.
"I took two of Chamberlain's Tablets
last night, and I feel fifty per cent.
better than I have for weeks," says
J. J. Firestone of Allegan, Mich
"They are certainlv a fine article
for biliousness." For sale by all dealers.
The candidate for a young woman's
hand makes a lot of campaign prom
ises during the courtship.
Mother Of Eighteen Children.
"I am the mother of eighteen children
and have the p aise of doing more work
than any young woman in my town
writes Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone Mill,
Va. "I suffered for five years with
stomach trouble and could not cat
as much as a biscuit without suffer
ing. I have taken three bottles of Cham
berlain's Tablets and am now a well
woman and weigh 168 pounds. I can
eat anything I want to, and as much
as I want and feel better than I have
at any time in ten years. I refer to
any one in Boone Mill or vicinity and
they will vouch for what I say." Cham
berlain's Tablets are for sale by all
At the Eastern Carolina Fan Grounds 2 o'clock'Thurs
day afternoon September 18th. One Race for horses in the
2:28 class. One Free For All - - - -
Two Exhibition Races with a running horse against two
A rim tfVcinn 50 Centsfor Adults; 25
What sha be said of a ball player
who deserts the giants in a moment of
need for the mere purpose of getting
FOR FLETCHER S
Our information is that the suffra
gist party in the District of Columbia
is going to get married in October.
Is often caused by indigestion and
constipation, , and quickly disappears
when Chamberlain's Tablets are taken.
For sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
Society is judged by some of the
misfits that manage to break in.
Knowledgeof lost opportunities-comes
with old age.
- Caught A Bad Cold.
"Last winter my son caught a very
bad cold and the way he coughed was
something dreadful," writes Mrs. Sara
E. Duncan, of Tilton, Iowa. "We
thought sure he was going into consump
tion. We bought just one bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and that
one bottle stopped his cough and cured
his cold completely. "For sale by all
it is no task tor a clever woman
to manage a young man during
He the would acquire fame must
remunerate the press agent.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"1 was taken with diarrhoea and Mr. !
Yorks, the merchant here, persuaded me
to try a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. After I
taking 6nc dose of it I was cured. It
also cured others that I gave it to,"
writes M. E. Ccbhart, Oriole, Pa.
That is not at all unusual. An ordinary
attack of diarrhoea can almost invariably j
be cured by one or two doses of this
remedy. For sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
The honeymoon is over when the
bride discovers she might have done
Don't Let Baby Suffer With Eczema
And Skin Eruptions.
Babies need a perfect skin-covering.
Skin eruptions cause them not only in
tense suffering, but hinder their growth.
Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment can be
0Jlied on for relief and permanent cure
of suffe ing babies whose skin eruptions
have made their life miserable. "Our
baby was afflicted with breaking out of
the skin all over the face and scalp.
Doctors and skin specialists, failed to
help. We tried Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment and were overjoyed to see
baby completely cured before one box
was used," writes Mrs. Strubler, Du
buque, Iowa. All druggists, or by mail.
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY.
St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa.
The amateur poet is going some
when lie earns enough money with his
pen to pay for the ink.
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
8. P. S. PAINTS the best for all pur
poses. Sold in New Bern by J. S.
Basnight Hardware Company.
Elegance in Home Furnish
ing Without Excessive Cost
Our Furniture stands the test of time. It's bui't
of the best of Material True in wood and work
manship. Good enough to be handed down to
your children as heirlooms. If your home is not
as cozy and comfortable as you would like it, why
not come and complete its furnishings here?
You will find just the things to give your dwelling a touch of luxury
without excessive cost.
J. S. MILIEU FURNITURE CO.
Phone 220 "The Home Furnishers" 9-101 Middle St
We buy the "Best"
Use the "Best"
Serve the "Best
And feed the "Best" PEOPLE. .
The Ocean Cafe
R. E. LEE, Owner : : Morehead Gity, N. C.
the finest received in
town, any style andquan
ity. Regular Meals
Advertise In The Journal For
low County Should Carry
a Bank Account
It helps the Individual. It helps the com
munity Call and we will tell you how we are es
pecially glad to deal with
to whom so much of our success is due
Maysville Banking and Trust Co.
Maysville, N. C. GEO. E WEEKS Cashier
North Carolina's Greatest Fruit
A Sure Crop for a Sure Market
We will mail you a Booklet on Arboring and
Para nt Srunnornnnda. nmviAeA vnii nu n nr i
Eel consider planting a vinyard.
Southern Pines Grape Nurseries
Largest" producers of Scuppernong Vines
cents for Children.
NEWBERN, N. C.
Jones and Ons
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