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NEW BERN. N.C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17 913 SECOND SECTION
SURVIVOR TELLS THE NEW CASINO
THRILLING STORY TO BE READY SOON
Passenfier On Ill-Fated Volturno
Gives Graphic Descrip
tion Of Tragedy.
ALL HAD LIFE 'BELTS ON
Building At Glenburnle Park
Among The Beat In
TRAIN AND TROLLY
CRASH; ONE KILLED
Small Car Thrown From Track into Nearby Field
Many Passengers Seriously Injured But Only
One Killed Outright
Fierce Struggle For Boats
They Were First
PUBLIC'S COMMENT FAVORABLE
Rapidly . Nearing Completion-
Many Inspect The
The Casino which is belne erected
October 13. Forty of thelftt Glenburnie Park is rapidly nearing
FOR STREET CARS
Middletown, Conn., Oct. 13. In a
collision between a trolley car contain
ing twenty passengers and a passenger
train at 6:45 last night on a grade cross
ing at Weatfield, two miles east of here,
one of the trolley passengers was killed,
three were mortally injured and nine
The trolley car which was running on
the Meriden and Berlin trolley line, part
of the Connecticut Company's system,
which is owned by the New York, New
Haven and Hartiord Railroad, was
bound from Meriden to Middletown.
The train, a locomotive and two pas
senger coaches, was running on the
Berlin and Middletown branch of the
Shore line division of the New Haven.
The Westfield grade crossing has been
considered dangerous for years." Having
left Meriden on schedule time the trol
ley car was going fast. The train, also
running toward Middletown, was mak
ing speed, although the locomotive was
pushing the cars.
If the motorman stopped before the
trolley car reached the railroad tracks
to afford the conductor opportunity to
alight and give the "go ahead" signal,
as is required by law, the fact could not
be learned by J. Frances Calef, medical
examiner, who makes his headquarters
The forward coach of the train hurl ed
the trolley car with all its passengers
into a field. Some of the passengers
fell out of tie open windows and escaped
serious hurt. Others were pinned down I new
. i . ,
in hp wwlrno-p- I New
NEW BERN GHENT STREET
RAILWAY COMPANY TO
Many Complimentary Remarks
About Distinguished New
RE COMING FAIR
Effective today at 6:30 a.
schedule inaugurated by
Bern Ghent Street Ry
While nAasenirera in the two coaches goes "to operation
were shaken by the collision, none was J- McLartny, tne manager oi uie
hurt mnrh. The train came to a auick system, has arranged the service so
stoo and its oassenrew reh back to aid Uhat people who travel via the car
the persons scattered aboyt the field or win nave ure uu, -
held under the wrecked trolley
Under the wreckage BIydenburg was
found crushed to death.
The unconscious and bleeding pas
sengers were carried to the coaches and
all speed was made into Middletown,
where they were taken to the Middtown
Hospital. BIydenburg's body was taken only runs between the junction and
136 persons lost from the Volturno in completion and within the next few
mid-Atlantic were in the boats which djiy. workmen will have completed
succeeded in getting away from the their operations and turned the fin
burning vessel and which without doubt ;gjje(j structure over to the owners.
were swamped. The majority of the o t- jnis casino 8 0ne of the largest as
er persons who lost their lives were in wejj ag tne best in the State. It is
four other boats which were smashed located on a beautiful knoll and can
against the steamer's sides in attempts be from a great distance. Trav
to launch them. ellers along the Oaks Road are afforded
All this occurred before the arrival a ff0OH
view of the too part of the struc-
ofthe Carmania and the other liners tre and this b Very imposing. A; closer
summoned by wireless calls lor neip. Ivjew ;a naturally muclT better
The Carmania with one lone survivor I jn desJgnmg the structure the owners
of the Volturno abandoned tound it too Glenburnie Park looked forward
roueh to stop at Queenstown and is pro- t0 eiv.ns, the citizens of New Bern
ceeding direct to Fishguard. From that L piace worthy of their patronage and
survivor, however, comes a enruung they have succeeded in doing this-
storv of the burning of the vessel, of fhe casino will of course be most pat
the terror, the struggle for the boats, r0nized durine the summer months
the death of those who went over the I it overlooks Neuse river and at all times
sides and his own desperate fight for wm get the benefit of the refreshing
" life. I breeze coning up the river.
Arthur Spurgeon, a passenger on the Oi,e cf the most attractive features
Carmania, in a wireless despatch, gives 0f Glenburnie Park will be the numerous
a vivid description of the race of the walks which are to be laid out. The
Carmania and supplements his story spot n itself is a natural park and with
with that of the survivor, Walter Trin- the addition of the improvements
tepohl, a German, whoswam to the Car- being made, it cannot be excelled
. i ; ...k........! . . ......
"ST""" '"S-XoSTHon Timely Aid Of Steamer Narragansett Saved Uve, On
Since being taken aboard the Car- Company, who are to operate a line of
mania Trintepohl has been in the ship's motor vehicles between the city and
hospital threatened with pneumonia. He tne park, who are to operate a line of
told his story to Mr. Spurgeon bciore motor vehicles between the city and the
he became seriosly ill, but owing to I park, have not gotten their cars in
his exhausted state and his broicen
realize what they have longed looked
for Quicker service to all points tn
Should one desire to go to Riverside
he mav take any car down town
and will be transferred to the River
side car at Metcalf street, which
charge of by a local undertaker.
Until the arrival of the train no one
here knew there had been a wreck at
the grade crossing. The medical exam
iner at once began an investigation. So
excited were the trolley passengers that
no accurate account erf what had hap
pened could be got from them
The medical examiner Will hold an in
quest at the scene of the wreck to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock
Riverside. Also any car leaving River
side will transfer you to either Ghent
or the depot, likewise will the " car
leaving Ghent, transfer you to River
side or direct to the depot. And
car down town will take you to Ghent
The schedule of the three cars will
be published in full, but as a short
synopsis they run thus: Riverside
car leaves on the hour, 20 minutes
KNOWN FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN
York Daily Carried Inter
esting Article On Fi
St ndous And Startling Exhlbl-
U tlon Two Nlgnts uunng
BUILDINGS BEING DECORATED
Officers And Directors Hard
Work Big Event Fast
Just twelve days remain before the
great Eastern North Carolina Fair
will be thrown open to the public.
The directors, officers ana tne neaas
While the newspapers of the State
have alwavs oaid elowine tributes
to Senator F. M. Simmons of New Bern,
Chairman of the Finance Committee f the various departments of the Fair
of the Senate, the passage of the tariff . , k getting ev;ry-
bill has made him famous and from tM & ftfa or "the big show.'
the Atlantic to the Pacific the press is Thg wQrk decorating the exhibit
praising our townsman. The following o(;her (flings is now in pro
article, which appeared in the New s fyp in charge of Fred R. W.
York American last Sunday will be of Rgh ! g Wa9hmgton Decorating
especial intfrat to the people in this Company of Washington, D. C. This
section: IIW company did the decorating of the city
"All Washington is casting res- durfng Bi.Centennial Celebration
pectf ully admiring eyes in the direction , ciaiTe of the work during
of one Senator Furnifold McLendel They gre experta In this
Simmons oflNorth Carolina and won- , . bu:idines at the
dering why such a paragon of industry d j. riggpi out in
and persistent work should have lived KeM there wU be one
su iunB in .tB uuu 6 worth seeine.
Leon Williams, the secretary oi
At the hn.nital no Rone wfla held after, and twenty minutes to the hour,
... , r
out for the recovery of Miss Florien thereby giving tnree cars at wiis Po.ul
and little for Glass or St. Arnold. each hour Dotn ways arriving auu
leaving. At the depot and (jtient tne
same schedule is observed, on the hour
20 minutes after, 20 minutes to the
This is a service that will enable
the laboring man to ride home to
his meals and be back to his business
in an hour's time, also he will be able
to reach his work by 7 o'clock in the
noticed. Perhaps if he hadn't been
connected with Representative Oscar
Underwood in framing the new tariff
f 11 ' . 1 .. ...... .nln u.iittfi n H 1
law, vvasmugiuii even nun I Vireinia
be so respectful, and Senator Sim-J
OIL CALMED THE SEA
NEAR THE VOLTURNO
Burning Vessel. Waves Were Subdued As Though
By Magic. Passenger Describes Scene
Fishguard, Oct. 14. The Carmania,
first to the aid of the doomed steamer
ut 8Ulu v.... -1 Vnltnrno. arrivfca here 8hortlv after 2
operation up to the present time, there I , ' , ' . r.
English his account of the disaster was are many visitor8 at the park KSJSaSL.TS
Trintepohl had been employed at Bar- LasT Sunday fully five hundred peo- the until he " 'ifijif
celona and took third class passage on D,e visited the nark and inspected the "P"1 to the comPanv at IL'verpool.
the Volturno to secure a position offered ;mr,rwm.t. heiri made. Consider- " He referred would-be interviewers
him in New York. " ing that this number visited the place to the ship's bulletin for an accurate
"All went well." said Trintepohl. "un- uon there were no amusements account of the tragedy. The greater
til 6 o'clock Thursday morning, whenand the had not been opened Prt of the contents of this already
the fire alarm sounded. We were I r rhe nuhlir. it can easilv be foreseen I has become history
aroused and told to go on deck, as firejtbat there will be hundreds of patrons
had broken out in the hold. On assem- lonce jt g opened to the public.
bling life belts were handed around ana
much time was occupied in fastening I EDWARD CLARK INSTALLS SIL
them. We were told that the fire soonl VER SUNDAE CUPS.
might be quenched but the captain
thought it wise for all to have belts as I Always on the lookout for any new in-
a precaution. I novation which will benefit his customers I communication between the Carmania
The fire on the Volturno appears
to have originated in her cargo hold.
When it became evident that the flames
had gained the mastery Captain
Francis Inch devoted all his energy to
the salvation of his passengers.
Balked in his attempts to establish
The fire frightened the children, who I Edward Clark, owner and proprietor nd the Volturno. Caotain Barr sent
cried bitterly. There were many babies o ciarks cigar store in the Elks build- out broadcast wireless signals which
in arms. The fire grew worse. We saw jng. bas installed at his fountain brought to the vicinity an international
things blazing down below. About 10 Bjver ,undae cups. These cups flwt t0 the succor of the doomed ship,
o'clock there was a cry to lower the m not only costly and beautiful M about ? n,clock Jn the evemng
boats. but are also aosoiuteiy sanitary, nu fjaptain Inch succeeded in lowering a
"The captain behaved splendidly. SO are proving very popular with the pa- L t wkh a crew of four men with
did the officers, who were hoglisn. 1 amitrons ot tne lountain. the jntention of taking a line to the
sorry to say that the crew, wno were Grosser Kurfuerst.
Germans and Be'gians behaved very EARLY MORNING BLAZE. Tfc a desperate
i ... Tk nnnlo rnahed nhnut Wlldlv I
and the crew seemed to think they An lrm of fire turned in at 2:20 Juggle, reached the German liner's
n.,ht t have first lace, and instead of e.terHav mnrninir called the fire side, only to be dashed to pieces. About
assisting the passengers they made the companies to a building occupied by a half past nine at night, Captain Inch
name worse. Uvrian on Went street. The damaee sent a last despairing appeal and 20
"The first officer took charge of the !,!,. wag comparatively small but this minutes later there occurred a terrific
first boat, but, although he wanted thejwa8 due to the efforts of the fire com-1 explosion, which it seemed would seal
women and children saved hrst, a ma-1 panic, tne aoom oi tnose on tne sincnen snip
ioritv of those who entered the boat were I 1 After the rescue of Walter Trinto
members of the crew. jln fact, we knew not what they werelpohl, the only survivor taken on board
"This boat was smashed I there for. About 6 o'clock the decks aft I the Carmania, hope of saving any more
moderated and the rescuing ships were
able to get away a number of life
boats and take off the survivors.
Y. T. Watson, of Philadelphia, a pas
senger on the Carmania, said that the
chief credit for saving those -on the
Volturno was undoubtedly due to the
oil ship Narraeansett. "Only a few
good swimmers," he declared, "would
have survived from the ill-fated ship
had not the Narraganiett made free
use of oil to calm the terrible waves.
"When the Carmania arrived, Cap
tain Barr, with a daring amounting,
seemingly, to foolhardiness, Instructed
First Officer Gardiner to lower a small
boat. This, after terrible buffeting, re
gained the Carmania with only three
oars intact. After this miraculous es
cape Captain Varr did not again at
tempt to launch a single boat. Hence,
our ship saved only one passenger,
who swam to her.
WILL HOLD CHRYSANTHEMUM
SHOW NEXT WEEK.
mons, still a paragon, but unrecog-
the Fair Association Company, nas
recently returned from a visit to
State Fair which was neia at
Richmond. While there Mr. Williams
made a contract with : a company
nized, would be going about his work 1 putting on magnttcent
as he has done all his years in Wash
ington quietly and unobstrusively.
"When the new tariff bill passed, and
fireworks display to come to the Eastern
Carolina Fair with this exhibition.
Thi Hicnlav of fireworks is saia
the newspaper men affixed to it the L be the ianfe9t and best ever origina
ted. Thousands of Virginia people
The Flower Committee of the sec
ond division of the City Beautuui
Club, will hold a chrysanthemum
show in the club rooms on the after
noon of Wednesday, October 22, for
the purpose of awarding prizes offered
for the best collection of chrysanthe
mums; AH growers of these flowers
are urged to have an exhibit at this
of those on the Voltunro had been al
most abandoned when the sea suddenly
title "The Underwood-Simmons Tar
iff," people began to look up the Senator . . , t0 the Fair grounds
from North Carolina. What they .. feature and they
C 1 U4. V. ,no i man who I . Liili.!
lOUUU WdS I II. II IICIG o t "
has achieved fame, having his name
attached to a great tariff measure,
because of obstinate, persistent and
unrelaxing work. The net result was
not achieved through exceptional
brilliancy, or diplomacy, or any un
usual flights. He has worked hard
all the time, and nbw is coming into
his due need of renown.
Wife Buys His Clothes.
"They found that the Senator from
North Carolina has no recreations,
that he does not golf or play bil
liards, or motor, or ride, or do
any of the things usually ascribed to
those who are mighty. They found a
modest, plain, quiet man.
The Senator is a man without a
ship's side. Just as It reached the water I began to get very warm, then hotter
. . ... I .... i . j.j i i
it broke in two ana an in it were ana notter, Dut we uia m mxm iu iki
drowned. the heat."
"Meanwhile attempts were made to When shown his boot with the sole
lower the second boat. I cannot say half burned though Trintepohl said,
who was in charge of this, but I do "I don't remember this, but it was
know that after the chief steward had awful when the flames burst out. Some
thrown provisions in he jumped in him- of the men and wonien tore their hair
self. There were more men than women but others were quite stllL.
and children in this boat, which did not "After the explosion I thought it bet
go down, for it was broken against the ter to Jump, for I am a good swimmer,
ship and all were drowned. and an English passenger and one of
"These two boats were amidships, the crew said they would accompany
Three other boats were put out aft. me. I jumped firsti they followed. But
The fourth officer was in one of them, I never saw them again.
i ..,. nv whi.-h one All "I mode for the German shio but they
confusion. The ropes broke and the oc- did not hear me. Then I came towards cis incn, tne young w....u v.
cupants were thrown into the water and the Carmania aqd shouted: "Help! Help the Volturno, whose courage and
drowned or killed. and was saved by the aid of the search- resolution were praised by the sur-
"When the captain saw what had hap- light. I was about an hoar in the sea vivors that landed in France and
pened he cut the tackle of the other and became half unconscious. I know England from four steamships today,
boats so that they could not be launch- not how I was got out radiographed his sorty of the disaster
"During the day five sailors and one to the Uranlium Line here today.
"We were glad when we saw the Car- steward fell into the fire and burned to He told his story with the concise
. .m. for w lo- 'N . ,k.n A.ath ness and brevity that mark official re-
.. . . I ut i I em nwav oorts. but the condensed account of
.Th. firemen r.i.heH r. fro k.1 k.,.e it w.. too hot to sUv any the burning of the liner, of the desper
and refused to go back. The captain longer and I feared the whole ship ate fighting of fire, of the coming of
a hi. revolver and dmv th k Slow ud." the international fleet, and of the final
low but soon after as tne fire was When Trinetepohl was told that, ac- rescue work, given by the mu best
"Captain Barr stood off and directed
operations, acting in effect as com
mander of the fleet gathered about the
Volturno. The Carmania tried both
fore and aft oil sprays, but without
effect. The captain sent out wireless
calls in all directions for an oil ship,
and his efforts were rewarded by an
answer from the Narragansett.
"As soon as the Narragansett began
to spray oil about the doomed ship
the waves subsided as by magic. Soon,
the small boats were enabled to run
alongside the liner and take the cling
ing people from the ladders. The res
cue work was over in a very short
time. Eleven liners formed the
boundary around the film of oil and
the survivors were hoisted aboard the
various steamers without trouble."
WALTER JONES, COLOKEU,
TAKES A SHOT AT UN
JELLS OF FIRE
HERO OF MARINE DISASTER
GIVES IT WITH BREVITY AND
MODESTY IN REPORT
New York, Oct. 15. Captain Fran
WHAT TIME IS IT?
Local Physician Thinks Its Time
To Stop "Kidding."
were all pleased. During the exhibition
the elements are filled with popping,
hissing, bursting, shooting fireworks
of all description and for miles
around the illumination can be seen.
On Wednesday and Thursday night
of the Fair the Norfolk Southern
Railway Company will operate special
trains on all branches of their line,
out of New Bern, leaving here about
10:30 o'clock. This Is done in order to
allow out of town chistens who only
wish to spend one day in the dty to
visit the grounds at night tod see this
wonderful display of fireworks.
In a few days the exhibits in the
various departments will begin to come
in. While the majority of the exhibitors
have already received instructions,
oughly familiar with all requirements.
Secretary Williams can b. found at
his office over I. M. MttcMFs store
and at all times will be glad to give
any desired Information.
THIRTEEN CONVICTS ADDED TO
THE CHAIN GANG.
Thirteen convicts who were senten
ced to serve terms on tne craven
strain of frivolity. His wite buys nis there. a few who are not thor-
clothes for him so little aoes me ... . ...
matter enter his mind. And what
she buvs is plain and simple.
"It is even alleged that when he
entered the Senate he blossomed out
in a frock coat, but gave it later to the
hired man. The story runs, too,
that in his earlier days he purchased
a silk hat, but was so little impressed
Becomine engaged in an altercation by its splendor that when a hefty
with a neirro who IS unknown to the Ltranirer sat uoon it he did not re-
.IU. on aeeonnt of the fact that he L,n, it
managed to make his escape, Walter "The Senator uses tobacco, although county roads at last week's term of
revolver and orJerate1v. in the form that would be cnPrior Court, have Ott taBgn out
fired at his opponent on George street expected of a plain man from North Ln(j je now being give InsPibtions
near the Trent river bridge last night. Carolina. He carries always a plug jn the manipulation oi a pica ana snovci
Policeman A. A. I pock arrived on the in a gman case, biting off a hunk The road fow is now hulte tormioaDie
.. I' 1 I T. ...... . .. . . I -i rnmmlutAAari BIT
scene in time to apprenenu occasionally. ana tne v-ouui. -
and he is now in the county jail awaiting planning to do much buiiaing puouc
a preliminary hearing. "And he never maices a spe.. highway, during the next lew mown..
Jones has a very unsavory reputation less he nas someimng uj .--
with the local police. There is at present he can not De ciassea a a.. ...
a warrant out against him for disorderly of pyrotechnic qualities. But he
conduct and the officers have for several will tight at any occasion,
days been searching for him. The affair size of no antagonist, and counting
in which he was implicated last night no handicap. At that, he is a rather
caused considerable excitement in that small man, with a bare five feet and
.oir. onH there were rumors on the x inches to his credit.
" ... ..... . o
Cares notning ror auu;-
"Senator and Mrs. Simmons are not
WITH SIX LEGS TO
H. S. Waters of this city will have
a natural curiosity on exhibit at the
street that several people had been
killed. Fortunately these proved to
low but soon alter as tne ore was I wnen i nueiepum w um m, -- --- '
.twearlinv. thev Were ohliveH tn ahnn. IrorriW to the caotain's wireless, tlx I able to present it, is enthralling
L. k. .ine. k,. hA h. launched and two BOt Captain Inch makes no ment on
a - the r..mi. ,. .:k..jl h UIH- "It i. not so: I was pank or mutiny. He gave the order
... .v - -o ..gntoii . . , .. f
1. .11 .1 l.l .11 . K. time H .aw evprvt nine. 1 lOT lue lUWCTlUM m iuui i.
jiin iiiouc an iiic wuincn IU1Q I inn. mm - j " I , . , .
wnicn were tun wiu ineir ymwmi u
. ., .. ir i uinir n wrrt- iiiki
.i.niii.n an tn one .iie .n.i .he m.n . I run Hoar oror awav. I ....
viuru. s ' " w.. u.u " " ink . 11 v it iu I . ' " www. '
.k. other .ine H. hurl w Mmn.iu Mr Snuriyeon in his own account tells Igera, ne says mere was no panic or
..K.. . -i ... . . I .. .u. i ..i
to leave the bridge and go aft because of the attempts to get lite boats along- auwraer w lu
u too hot Wo . .v.,i.L .m. the Volturno. from the ruined ship. He was the
ed, laughed and became hysterical. "Nothing." he said, "was seen of the last to abandon the Volturno, and be
"We had not thought of food but in I two boats launched with about JO pas- made sure before he left that there
has aftnrnnnn tar rnnaiilttrnrl it 1 .J. en, rarh after thev left the Vol-Wasn't a soul on board. If Cap
iat something and went to the kitchen, turno'e side. Four others were smashed tain Inch's eyes were injured by fire
t a a .-j- j .i... .k. .un'. afafa and the ore u- or smoke, ot ti ne was nun otner
and helped ourselves to biscuit and pants either killed or drowned,
beef. But most of the passengers re- "By a miracle the names did not
fused to eat. spread to the after deck. Eventually
"We saw rafts sent from the Car- the seas moderated and boats saved S21
mania, but nobody told ut to jump in. persons. The death roll numbers 13.
Yesterday one of New Bern's promi
nent business men presented a well
known local physician with a handsome
gold watch. Naturally the recipient
of the gift was'greatly pleased and dur
ing the rest of the day exhibited the
timepiece to a number of his friends.
Last night one of the doctor s friends
concocted a plan to have a little fun
at the expense of the former. Getting
in communication with several of his
friends he asked them to call the doctor
over the telephone every few minutes
and inquire what time it was.
The scheme worked to perfection.
For more than an hour the doctor was
kept busy answering telephone calls
and hearing something like this:
"Hello, is that Dr. ? Oh, k is,
alright doctor I just wanted -to ask
you to tell me the hour. Go where?
Oh, I get you. So long."
Finally the tormentor told his friends
to cease the merriment and tor tne
remainder of the night the doctor
was allowed to rest in piece.
wis, he tayt nothing about it in his
Eastern Carolina fair
which wiU doubtless be seen by all
persons Interested in the growth of live
. i. T-t.1. !1l he a hoe with six legs
likely ever to be figures in Waahinfrl anima, u owned by a gentleman
ton society. iney care ..uiu.. Rat:mor. Md.. and will be sent to
the gay life of the Capitol joying foT exhibition purposes.
rather their own home and the sim-
nle life of their own North Carolina
mountains. Last campaign Mrs. Sim
mons accompanied her husband
throueh the mountains, taking pot-
luck with him.
"When it became known what man
ner of man the Senator is, all Wash
ington haxarded the guess, the cor
rect guess, too, that he was a farm-
Washington, Oct. 13. Though Sen- Ur's son. He was born on a small farm try
LOCAL MAN WILL FKUBABL
BE ASSISTANT DIS
Aigrette Incident Typical.
"Typical of the simple nature of the
man is his defense of a clause which
will tend to prohibit the Importation
of aigrettes for the hats of women.
"He declares he does not believe
Congress intended that customs In
spectors should snatch aigrettes from
the hats of women entering this coun-
He believes the antwugrette
Washington, ucr. u. hiuuku jc"- er s son. - - . . , ,
ator Simmons ha. stated that he will in North Caroli,a, and went through provision intended
noTmake a recommendation for as- the common school, and Trinity yent their importation a. merchan-
. . ...o. tn Fa.tern r'oiWe When he graduatea in disc.
Northern Carolina, until after he law he went to work with the t
return, from a visit to the State, du.try that .till is hi.. He openea M tne repw . --j
, l i: j k. -iii k.hl re.L,-. in three cit e, and worked as women had been subjected to mis tnai
commend Ernest Green, of New Bern a lawyer until hi. LVmocratic peop e .. k M
for the nlace. called Mm to lead a forlorn hope in "1 think MKha course byond 1 M
lor rne p. v.-.. -- .
'There Is nothing In
A M. McLean is another formidable a Republican aistrici. n "i '"-""' " . m, ...
candidate, but indication, are now Lot .o forlorn a. they thought, or the law to ,u.tify t and I?
that he will be taken car. of Irf Wash-Uimmon. was more powerful than rf the bill nev intended that such
ington if the local appointment goe. they thought, for he went to ongr. ,7'? 7,,,,,,.
to Green. Both Senator Simmon, and He was defeated fdr re-election and I . .Tbiak. Law Mtd.
Reprentative Goodwin think, well of rctired from politic until tne peopie i leei - -him
Mr. Godwin having urged the L hi. State called him to free North foreign feathers was aimed I attbe im-
... him th. riutrirt attor- r.roiin from nro domination. Then nortation of them as mercnanaise, urn
l" ". " . 1"- . . " .. .i. i.K. . a ,..,, Individual
i . tl . i . k. mmi lib-ei v i .k... n him tn tne senate, nc witnar u
(By G. W. Taylor & Sons.)
The best cantaloupe Is as hard to se
lectee, the best automobile.
to Bet it an attorneyship in the de
partment of the Interior at a salary
of $2,500 a year, which i. better than
the North Carolina job".
C ASTO B I A
is that it d
i - i
co old of Women wearing
, j , ,
hate wnen uwy
'A very capable and earnest person, KMm iJLu 0w
this companion of Underwood in fram-L president Cley
ni? the tariff bill. He tninic it is a .. njlorrai Senator
oood tariff, that it will reduce tne . . tk -aj-a,,,
.... . ... . k: " r .
cost of living, ana tnai ""r""" Wood-S4mmens tarifl lew to m i
wilLbeJplaced on a substontial basis country ,t Urge know that be was not
oLprospertty. I e reactionary.
of the Under-