NEW BERN SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAI
NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA JUNE 15 1915
1 HE WAR IN BRIM
following their auccen. I
the Baltic rations th Ru-
aian BMW dalm consider.-
ble victory let Gal tU, The
AusfrcwOcrman forces which
arc attempting to advance on
Umber from the south are
ald b lk Ruittan war office
to have bar defeated la
battle alo ni the Dniester, near
urawna. eaat ol Stry.
Aa unofficial dispatch tram '
Geneva aays the Teutonic
force were driven hack at two
points on the Dniester.
The first larfle battle of the
Italian campaign now Is un
der way. having been brought
. on. by the attempt of the Ital-
iana to force the Isonzo river.
runnlnd north from the Gulf
of Trieste. Dispatches from
Colondnc and Geneva men-
Hon heavy firfhtintf. particu-
larly near Gorrlsia on the east
side of the river, twenty-two
miles northwest of the city
of Trieste. The Cologne re- '
port states that the Italians
were repulsed at this point
as well as near Gradisca and
Monfalcone. Capture of Mon-
falcons by the Italians was
announced officially from
Rome Thursday. According
to the Geneva advices the bat-
tie has not been decided. Aus-
trlan losses In the Gorrlsia
flrfht are placed at 8,000 to
Two Rrltlsh fUhlnii smack
In the North Sea were attack-
cd and sunk by Zeppelins.
Submarines sank the British
steamer Strathcarron of 2,-
800 tons and a Russian bark.
No lots of life is reported in
BRYAN SAYS THAT
NOTE WAS CHANGED
Cl.l , J
n!!"L ? i FAMOUS MYSTERY
lit iiuaivj vvukum
Were Altered After
Hit Resignation Was
Handed In. Tells Why
He Signed First Missive.
Washington, D. C, June 12.
For the Brut lime since bis resigna
tion, William Jennings Bryan, former
secretary of state, today charged in a
formal statement that the recent
note went to Germany which he re
mised to sign, was changed after be
had tendered his resignation.
'These changes," said Mr. Bryan,
'while very much softening the note.
were not however sufficient in my
judgment for me to ask permission
BELIEVE VANDERBILT'S BO-
DY HAS BEEN FOUND
London, June 1. A body
beheved to be that of Alfred
Gywnite Vanderbllt, drown-
ed In the Lusitanta disaster,
has been recovered near Flsh-
erstrcct, on the west coast
of Ireland. It w? found by
an old woman who wM col-
lectlnrf seawood and Idcntl-
fled by papers -fetid a mono-
drained wutrh. FHherstrect
is ignore than 200 miles from
the spot where the Lusitania
One Year Ago Last Thurs
day Nelms Girls Disappeared
Atlanta, June 12. One year ago
Thursday June 10, 1914 Mrs. El
oise Nelms-Dennis boarded an At
lanta and West ' Point train in the
Terminal station bound for New
Orleans and the West, her departure
marking the first aet in one of the
greatest mystery dramas that has
ever puzzled police and detectives
in this country.
Two days later Mies Beatrice
Nelms, a younger sister,' left Atlanta
and the next day June 13 joined
Mrs. Dennis in New Orleans. At 7:90
o'clock on the night of June 14 the
two sifters stepped from a train in
eurred in June. 1914, as a result of
't la eoalaat villi a live mire
while making eseae repair at the
cotton Bull. "There Lad been a
lor at and the aahsnery had beea
The ease of A. L. Sullivan against
the R. J. Keystohts abacoo Co. was
non-auited aad aa appeal was taken
to the supreme atari In 'hi.- om
the plaintiff alleged that he purchas
ed a plug of tebaern manufactured
by the defendant aad when he bit
into it his teeth stnek a strange
foreign body of sapie sort that
"busted" in his month He did not
know what it was, but thought it
must be some sort of bur. probably
a burdock bur.
HOLDERS OF THE
Situation In North Caro
lina Has An Omnious
to withdraw my resignation. As
Germany had suggested arbitration, j Antoaio Texag and vam9hea.
I leu inai we oouio not, no .ess since that time, despite an interna-
reply to this oiler by expressing a tioI eh by Mrs. John W. Nelms,
willingness to apply the principle mwthw of the mifming and
of the peace treaties to the case." w,w Marshall Nelms. aided bv the
Detailed Explanation hast of deteotives, no word has been
Mr. Bryan's statement also gave fcjgH of either the g;Rterg
more detailed explanation of his vintnr E lnne. the Portiand law-
reasons for leaving the cabinet. In . M t who t(.k.
order that his silence as to why . A.nn .j i.,);. nn
be signed the first note to Germany I f. .-- of meHflrini- the. irirls.
ana aia not sign tne secona migni . ... arB ., Antonio await-
not be construed by his critics as in- . fi . afi.iamnbv thft TT;ted States
consistent of his former attitude,
Supreme Court as to whether they
(BY W. T. 10ST)
Raleigh, June 12. Holders of Fed
eral positions in many departments
here did their best to look pleasant
until today when It began to look
ominous to deputies in both the offi
he declared that he did not entire- ghftU brought to Atlanta for trial in
ly agree wun me language i conneotion with the .famous mystery.
nrst note mil signed it oecause ill Atlanta Case Chosen
contained expressions of willingness Although Mrs. Nelms and Marshall
on the part of this government to Nelmg both ftre sa.is,fied tlie gigterg
employ the principles of peace in mlirdrred and their bodies de-
inVestigating the controversy and stroyed by gome powerful acid, the
also for the reason that it embodied murder charge wag dismissed for the
a discission of the presence of Am- t . th evidnee
erican passengers on belligerent ships . lnnw,g wftg circumstantial, and
carrying munitions. ., wfts th or.inion iawvers that the
Atlanta ease was the stronger.
The Inneses are under indictment
here for larceny after trust, on evi
dence that Mrs. Dennis turned over
to him large sums of money for in
vestment in "Mexican and Western
lands." An exhaustive search has
failed to reveal any trace of the in
When Mrs. Dennis left Atlanta, it
was with the purpose of meeting In
nes, she having declared they were to
be married. Miss Beatrice aecompa
nied her sister for the purpdsc of ob-
tiaining from limes receipts and pa
Succeeded in Getting Safely
Away From Craven
' ' If? aflatiaS'bamj St I 4 A
IS NOW IN JAIL
Pour convicts made their eseape
from the Craven county chain gang
last night about eight o'clock. The
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v,..UK, ,.. ... . . . ,L,. , t.,.,.A ...
mill,.. ; 1,.1,, fo.ru Kniit pers, neuuiiiig
.mini) t.O iwiiHU iivsax. m v . . i i
twelve miles from New Bern. The h,m. bv. Mrs. Dennis, and bringing
men who escaped were trusties, and em to Atlanta tor sare-Keep-
it is stated that the. sentence that I"
some of them were serving had al-
r . I t JL.n P,.w (Ik, .ii.iinn tli.,1 Ml.Q
at niiriil aa u via I linuii lflin 'i n. Irstnl
under runrd and a short time aftc time to go with Mrs Dennis, the lat-
..,ili,,r fe .,r in nui I It 13 A lit?
thev were supposed to have gone to " rZ
1....I In. nrnard wortf (i, llwir ('.'111111
' "T" 6 " 7 v" 'In r . .k I ID.
to see that they were there and learn- T""
ed that they were gone. A short H Mr!' Innf,8 tk!1 'f8?d
Left Atlanta Separately
The sisters left Atlanta on sop
ces and in the field.
Until the two collectors went to
Washington and interceded for their
districts hope enough was left here
to make everybody happy. But it
looks much like Collector Bailey must
give up two deputies in the office
and three or four in the field. The
call for reduction of expenses has been
sq insistent that it may result in
the cutting off of the collector's
chief deputy whose salary, in the
nature of things, is larger than- that
of any other man in the subordinate
Party leaders regret the rigorous
necessity that appears to back the
government in its retrenchment plans.
It indicates a receding revenue tha'
isn't pleasant to make speeches about
next year. The fact that the present
administration in Raleigh has made
a brilliant record in wrecking dis
tilleries and filled the penitent iaricj
with illicit dealors, and the further
fact that all liquor making of what
soever description has been stopped,
may not le able to satisfy the long
ing of a dislodged party for the where
fore of this scarcity of money.
And scarcity of money is all that
appears to be callinp for the reduc
tion of the forces in collector's and
marshal's offices. It isn't easy to
reply to Commissioner Osfcorn's sug
gtion that the Raleigh offices could
dispense with considerable help if
the state officers did their duty.
The immemorial testimony of the
Federat officers during the Taft and
Roosevelt administrations was that
the county sheriffs and deputies were
rather indifferent assisting thetn
in whiskey rsids. It is harder to take
that from a bis Democrat like Colo
John C. Lumsden at Home
John C. Lumsden one of Raleigh's
OF NORTH CAROLINA
Senior Senator Tells Wilson
People of This State
Are With Him
FAVORS LAST NOTE
Believes That It Will Bring
About the Desired
Washington, D. ('.. June 12.
Senator Simmons, who arrived here
yesterday told the President that the
people of North Carolina are with
him in his differences with William
J. Bryan over the German note. Ask
ed if the dissension of Mr. Bryan
would detract from the support of
President Wiloon in North Carolina,
Senator Simmons declared emphati
cally that it would not. lie said the
president was stronger than ever
after his note was read in the State.
After his conference with the Pres
ident, Senator Simmons said: "The
President's action with respect to
Germany is approved strongly by the
people of my state. 1 have jusl
come from the State and have been
traveling about through it. While
the last note had not been published
when I left there its general tenor
was known. The people not only ap
prqved it, but they approved it up
roariously and more strongly than
anything else issued in my time. Not
only Democrats, but Republicans, I
find are with the President in this
Senator Simmons likes the note
and told the president so.
The note to Germany was an
agreeable surprise to many visiting
statesmen in Washington. Mr. Bry
an's resignation had prepared every
body for an ultimatum. The wonder
now is why the Nebraskan got, out.
It is hinted i n local papers this af
ternoon that he will begin an active
fight for a prohibition plank for the
next Democratic, platform.
Collector A. D. Watts is here today
conferring with Commissioner W. H.
Osbom. Collector Bailey of Raleigh
is due tonight.
The purpose of the gathering of
the clans is said to be to look alter
the distribution of the funds for the
next fiscal year. It is believed how
ever, that the gubernatorial situation
will be discussed at length.
Senator Simmons lias sold to Di
rector of the Census Rogers a portion
of his lot on Maoombs street. Mr.
Rogers will build a home and bring
his familv here.
GENERAL CARRANZA li
AFTER MORE POWER
VlSSSS-Th. SONDIED IN JAir
UadTof Tne Mex! MOTHER IS SUING
icans. Villa Not Heard
From By President.
Washington. I). C, Jum U.
In accordance with the expectation'
..f officials here. General Carranza been issued in two cases to he brousjH
Catawba Sheriff and Promi
nent Men Are De
fendants Newton, Jum 1 1. - Summons has
today replied to President Wilson's
iiot' to the Mexican leaders and in
timated that be is the only man in
Mexico who can and does fulfill
the requirements outlined by Uie
president a-s necessary for the man
who can and will "receive the moral
lupport" of the Uniled States.
The leader of the Constitutional! '
faction in his reply did not ask di
rectly for the recognition of the Con
stitutionalist cause either tactily or
otherwise, but detailed at great length
I he contention of the party of whi-b
lie is at the head and told of the re
forms and conquests accomplished
Is In Control.
General Carranza pointed oul that
the Constitutionalists control all the
seaports in Mexico and recently have
been successful in a numlier of im
portant military engagements. Under
his leadi rship. he declared, are nine
tenths of the population of Mexico.
The note has reached I he Stale
Department but has not been con
sidered by Bet-rotary ad intrem Lan
sing or by the president. The com
munication will be placed in the pres
ident's hands Monday. Officials de
clare that it is extremely doubtful
whether the president will take any
immediate action in regard to it.
Villa Is Silent
General Carranza's reply is inter
preted here as an indication that the
-first, chief" is willine to sacrifice
is own ambition for the good of
the country and will consent to step
down and out if peace is restored in
Wicn Aecordine to all indications
:n .."i. ....l CI..I T,,,,.'l
However, Vina wui aiwiiipi iu
defiance of the United States and will
vigorously resji st any effort by the
American government to interfere
with Mexican affairs even though
it be for the good of the country.
His official reply to the President's
communication lias not boon receiv
ed but unofficial versions of it have
reached the ears of the Administra
te Mrs. Margaret I'ox of Clim-s Town
ship, this county, agaiiiKt the sheriff
and jailer. J. A Isenhour and J. 0.
Gilbert, and the Itondsincu on the
sheriff's official bond, P. K. Isenhour,
Thomas K. Hunsucker and Edgar V.
Little, for alleged damages for the
death of the plaintiff's son. Eugene
Knx. w'io died in the county jail about
two months ago. while serving a sen
tence of days for an affray.
In the action against the two offi
cials alleged damages will he asked on
the ground of menial anguish; and in
the action against the officers and the
bondsmen alleged damages will be
asked for the alleged wrongful death
of the plaintiff's son. The complaint
lias not been filed. The plaintiff brings
the suils in forma pauperis.
Reuben Fry and Garland Travis,
the two young white men w ho escaped
from the county jail yesterday after
noon by removing the iron bars from
a window on the second floor and
dropping to the ground, have not been
caught, although pursuit was started
before the fugitives were out of sight,
and the streets were filled with people.
A big crowd joined the man hunt, but
the men made good their escape. Fry
escaped several months ago while
awaiting trial on charge of retailing,
was arrested in South Carolina and
brought back to Newton a few days
ago. He is regarded as a shrewd young
fellow and the feeling just now is that
he will permm-n tly change Ins ad
dress. Travis was being held on
charge of robbing the Huitt store at
Claremont in December.
eigh and will remain here a di
two. He called on Secretary
Adoo and other friends in the
No report of the whereabouts of
(Veil Bowden, colored, who mur
dered Henry Pollock, also colored, at
Dover Wednesday night, has yet
reached New Bern and it is believed
that he has completely evaded the
officers in his flight for liberty.
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. . i f . m... inn ooi in ic iiuriut nuai Bi'ii'iii i.v m, :...., .,,,, , ,...t nriieo rn I lie
Wn, Vnrt .Ii.tm 11 Mrs Nim "Onn OX, Ol V.OVB WlJ. r- . . . rvuuC.. .' ..
... ,. ....... i . , ... . inonr on ne ouesiion oi exiraoiuoii io
.... in mi r inn nn Ti li ml inu wnvi
home from New Bern and informed Atlanta is expeeted within tw fcur years for the manslaughter
m 6 H,rv::ts, m had , - tmm b-ker f
.::Znz in the direction of New Bern Prea V y Prfcfi York.
I5T.L-:JITaiT two ano one half miles away. n t0 the rant!n? of 2.nd'. ! Mr. Lumaden, who belongs to a
maintaming a disorder y house - and -1 hour counsel for the Inneses, already has . ma in a bust
HEE&iaLSSC m night nothing had been heard nes, deal over a patent right. Many
Was Given Them Yesterday
By Daughters of the
out funds, she had to go to jail
Mrs. Stevens was found guilty by
Justice Collins, Hermann and Frcs
from them. "" f m lne m lu" "TT Tu. ' circumstances showed, the killing
in tne event none is aiiowea at an n . hn undrt guch provoca-
....... L (iv-iJ avf i. loaiu than ft lO 1100 I . t ... . .V
Th. nfH rooms at. the Court I""" T . T, .T. . tion as to raise seriously tne que-
" " rv na i .f t hi TifiaAtiAPi flAttintr AiiT, I . u n
ivi siKWKs-i ' U nn nf rnlv mil Hi At . BIWWniUi
FREAK OF NATURE
Chicken There Comes Into
. i ...I ., ..r,.. nnn mm m tm iw.iiiir kithhhhii U.1111 Lilt,! . . . ... . vv. v. r.
u., ... -!- ""- r.umxZr, 1 that Mrs. Nelms already has spent . . m . nnp nf thfl most IMWW
.,,, ,. 11 .It ......... AIT I'lHK WI H M 1 1 IT 1 I T Hf . -a U . . a m . JaJVW"
urv ...,,. u... u.,Tr:--- ------ i 110.000 in her tireless scarcn lor trace lltf for the Reigh man
of the giris. . hv iurv tne ew York
her plea and Htood trial
I of their time in the office are very
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rei . .. 1 .. .. 1 . .. .1 m 1 i'i 11 1 I'll 1 1 v e r 1 lie lien 111 1 1 1 n 1 . . ... . .
1 lie iiiiein v,,in eonuueilH" il lenoi 1, - " I m n ,, tnu freniii.nl tr hu Unelaruit 1.... . . ., 10
i .t ,u .1.. . ;.. Unnul off from th iwakv littla flv. . Z ."77. . . nailers said, but tne sentence w 10
... u.....a w .m. ,nr , n.Ku. B,r. w ---- r r-" that she would "spend tier every pen- - w. .. homioide hftn 80
manv extenuating elements in it
ncei.. 1 i.;k n iko ,i,.rtiKi.
H was aiSV O.ie muu jmn vimv v ...
n a desperale plight
Mr. Lumsden is pardoned after
oerfeel hvhavior and following a
Btrong fight for him Were at home
He will be received with old time
murdered. Hhc made an affidavit that mstcaa 01 puinn ue uoors UJ. l to ron to ewtn the person guilty
rrai'g naa nen a visitor at ner noure wu uu"umhi. j i q. yng about the disi
and that he khow him well. Utor ottoe is being soreaned separately. l( hw ji,
umTCtractotl this Rte.tement in toto.
Bhe oalltned that she was perse-1
ruled by the police here, but the jus
tfow msintained that the evidence.
bmittedby Inspector pwyer's plain-
clotliesnMn was sufficient to prove her
TO MAKE IMPROVKMKM S
NEW BERN AGAIN RUSSIANS LOSE
To Put Concrete Floor In "But
ir i B.TT t nr riiaiTn r
V A IM I A 1 1 T rlllW I. affection her.' for lie was one of the
aa a iwm vr
eily s popular young ioiiowb win ., ur
went to New York. He ttarried Miss
Petrograd, June 12. Under heavy Miller, a sister of Reed MMsr. the
pressure from the Russian left wiif w T' f' w L i u-Z
.. .! mi i,P limlhnr is In his six -
General Von LJnsiagen's AurtrGer r. ... Hll ttMl. 0.1.
Italeigh was again defeated by
the locals yesterday to t h Frore of
8 to Harker twjrtog had the Ral
eigh team at his mercy. Hitting on
both sides made the game interest- m tMt np " eigh.
ing. The gam. was called at the upon mlcrg from the aouth is nag
CITY LEA Gill;
Firemen 1 Ghent ff
the battle of Ottynla, 2(1 miles south-
east of Stanlslau.
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Following the instruction, of the end of the fifth inning by agreement ! . , .tll,omnt ,,wUv MMrW ik.
Fire Department Committee of the in order to let the eity league players f 1 nm A...irn.(irmaa. U
n 1 iu a-i 1 . a I ivwi-iv w" " yt
p,,mf , v wei engineer hkve the diamond at 4:15 p. m.
01 tne fuiio ore vrucas, 11. r. wiuianrs
yesterday raovel the truck stationed
In thr headqnarters of the New Bern
Company to the New Bern Gar
age, where it will remain while a con
crete floor Is being made.
At the June meeting of the Board
It Was stated by one of the members
that the alee pets supporting the
floor to this buildine were badly
doeay. d and on a motion the Fire
imparl men l Uofnmiteca ware ln
atruetrd to tear the otd flotr out and
otrna eonerwte floor. A base will
be mad. .op th. Am. af old brUk
anil nt baa aiJU -.1...
One of the most enjoyable soeinl
events held in New Bern in some time
was tho dinner given by the Daugh
ters of tho Confederacy to the Con
federate Veterans at the foot of Cra
ven street yesterday at noon. A
large number of Veterans, also Sons
of Veterans and invited guests all
of whom enjoyed the good things
that the ladies had prepared for this
occasion. Relreshents were served
. . U- , 1
HI h lunula nee Ilia ouiwct-i. mc tum-
ses smoke could be seen coiling above
the gray heads from their favorite
brand of cigarc.
A number of short talks were made
bv the Veterans during the pleasant
ly spent 1 our, in which they related
experiences of the days that will
noon be known only through history
These talks were of peculiar interest
and were attentively listened to by
every person present.
This was probably the most suc
cessful of any of the dinners that has
been ifiven in honor of those who
wore the gray. Everything had
leen arranged by the ladies for the
comfort and pleasure of the Vet
erans, and their effort were fully
(From Beaufort News')
A freak of nature was exhibited
here last Monday by Mr. J. B
Congleton of this city that was
most extraordinary in the extreme
About three weeks ago Mr. Cong
lotnn had an occasion to set a ben
and when the time had arrived t
eraove the hen from the nest l
St. Louis 5, New York 9.
Cleveland 4, Boston 5
Detroit 8, Plilla. 7, 13 Innings
Chicago 1, Washington 2
Giants 4. St. Louis 8
Boston 8, Pittsburg 2
Phlla. 13, Chicago 0
Brooklyn 1, Cincinnati 8
TRADE REPORT SAYS
BUSINESS IS QUIET
Bradstreet's However De
clares That Crops
Richmond, May 12 Bradstreet's
Sal unlay will say for Richmond and
vicinity: The usual seasonable
queitcness prevails in most lines,
particularly in commodities usually
sold on long payment terms and re
tailers are chary in placing ordew
for fall shipment. As is usual at
this season the outcome of crops is
smtehed closely. In isolated cases
Nest da arte Wednesday.
Ghent va. Giant's.
Won bo.t P. C.
I 10W t
NOW IN PROGRESS
rVtrogred, June 12. Thousands of
workmen, singing the Russian nation
. .. .1 I 1 At
Thoma-vilU, Jun II -In Leslne. anlQ.. loosy paraoeq
ton court this week the case of NaV streets of Moscow, attacning ana oe-
tie Godfrey, admblsleaiMrU , Hob- sUoyiafl praetioally all German
mon Godfrey vs. Oaeoteh Cotton vt,p, factories and reeWenoee. The
Bid Daattfle Suit Finally Oul f
W ' I Mill Company, was aomaramiaed for ... ' ni. ..u .v. ...i..k
111 .1 M W. ..ai. a- at wuwrair, at aw ..t,.
W W,100, This tu an MtkH tm . . U,1-4A1,-. th- a
ixm for Dei o.th of to Mb, w h"t'
C. A. White of Crostan spent yes
terday in the city.
was discovered that all the eggs too much or too sparse u. rainfall is
were hatched with the exception reported though as a whole Top
of one egg. Seeing someining un-1 reports an- goon ann pewm
usual in tho condition of the par-1 tions are for yields above t ne avera...
.in-Ur ffD. Mr. Congleton institut- The wheat crop is unusually goon.
ed an investigation, whereupon it Cotton is in fair growing e.mdition
was discover 1 that the original anu t,e acreage in tins terriwiy .
contents of 11 is egg had been rtev- ,,S(imated at ahout mi per cein o
loped into a rea cldcken and even th average. Wholesale provisun.a
more than that, for it bad three are active. Several manuiaci.unnK
yes and two distinct bills on only ,,Uvnts in this vicinity aro nitsy wnu
ne head, otherwise the chicken orders for war munitions and labor
tu .mn as anv other. Old is I10w well employed. Hetail trade
citizens here declare that this is the L, fBjr and local sales this week
first ease of its kind to ever appear have been augmented ny many mh
in this section. ors to the city. Collections are slow
Hank rcnorts show a heaimy nnan-..
I itere will bo a- meeting of the I ,.onrtition and legitimate domands
Philharmonic Society at the school rc rettdily supplied
ii i , 1 I I r i r I 1 1 111 Mondav evening at 8
o'elook for the purpose of practicing s. G. Sterling or roosa, tia., pas.e,.
rr the Chautauaiin Sabbath l throueh the oity yesterday morning
UlUeiv mm - " 1 an - -
service. All singers whether members pnrute to North Harlowe to spend
of the organization or not, are in-la few foy visiting friends.
vited to meet with us.
The memhere ol the North Caro
lina Fish Commission, Fish Com
miasioncr H. I Olbbs and his as
sistants. T. W. Morgan, of llerrord
and John Nelson, of Gloucester
passed through New Bern yesterday
morning enroute to Wilmiugton, N.
('.. whore last night they closed a
enes of meetings held at Kdenton,
Manteo, Morehead City and Wil
mington, These meetings were held
to haar various complaints by the
haras of e?Mt-Fl Noh Can,
Nearly all of thw brick work on
the new tobacco waronouso .nmw
4 i. aui lofi vi-slerdavlia btdnc erected on George stn-ee
morning for Wilmington. N & near H,e Norfolk Sou. Jew . mal shut
where she wiU spend tome time re- for hucas andLew.s. has been fmtsb
ceiving treatment in a hoepital. She ed. In a few day. the hriek ...
has a host of friend. In New Bem will finish with the exception of the
who wish her a speedy recovery. gable, ana tne car,-- -
put tO WOrit on tne pari ... fw-
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