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3H1 riMNIA AJAI
jrm hriv AT I
Wif 1 I Y L LA T X
KJAlKAl- f -LVJLYXVX.'l
New York Judge Pops it tc
Her For Contempt of
New T4rk, Aug. Bv)e4i
fin ev imposed by ths Suprem
Court of thi State tor contempt fall
tod ay upon Mrs. Sneak U Robstt-
on, wife, of . Dr. Joseph A. Robert
on, of Ike Polyclinic Hospiul. Jus
tiM Qawagan finyd her (40,496 fo,
failing to anpr for sapplesnejUarj
exanriDatiwa. jTho court djcrw d thai
if the flue m not p i id Mrr. Robert
son must go to Ludlow street jail.
Mr. Robertson was last heard of in
long Branch, N. ., where she moved
immediately allot $90,000 verdict
waa retained against her in favor of
the Walt street brokerage firm of
H. Content Company,' with whom,
she speculated heavily iu Union Pa
cific stock, n
Mrs. Jiobwt son in her Wall street
career, which she carried on unknown
to her husband, made a most, pic
turesque .figure. She gambled in
Union Pacific to ' the tune of hun
of thousands ud recorded $150,
000 )n. winnings in one day. A big
slump in the market wiped her out.
Her brokerage firm sold her short.
She refused i to pay the loss and the.
brokers sued her. On the witness
Stand she declared that Harold Con
tent, bead of the firm, had told her she:
could not lose, and if she did they
would carry her, because her luck
seemed phenomenal, ;
After the jury ret urned its $90,000
verdict against her last May the brok
erage firm's attorneys: collected $11,
IMX) on the judgment; and in order to
satisfy. the whole judgment,, secured
ah order directing her to appear for
an examination into her bank accounts
and property holdings At tlirm- of
these hearing she appoarud. .
She Co n e .al ed ! Bonds ,. rr . -; -
.The eepatjena) disclose that $102,
000 worth of bonds and mortgages
which she .owned had suddenly dis
appeared was made by Mrs. Robest
son at the second bearing. She could
not account for the loss, and an ad
journment was taken to give h.r iim ..
to search for, ! t he m isaingi securities.
She returned at the third hearing
and testified that ahe had hunted high
and. low for the bonds, but could net
find them either ,-ia her ity home
or"inthe Long Brach home. The
latter place had been presented to her
by her first husband who loft her
death.- W(U, i;, v ,- (.,. , mi-!t ill ", a'.
At the last; hearing Mrs. Robertson;
testified that she had not transferred
A day later the broker's lawyers
discover, d, they fallteg,' "that' Mrs.
Robertson, prior to the second hear
ing had transferred the bonds to a
niece, Maud Wagner.
What efforts had been made to carry
out the contempt order of the court
could not be learned today. The
court's order directed that itt default
of the payment of the1 hnwMnL, Rob
ertson should be comnittcd to Lud
low jail until the fine das paid. On
August tfi the court-will 'loarn what
has been done. H .
David Hi Bel, of Washington
N. C, arrived i in thojty last night
for a visit to friends. ttt'Mi(i
. miijil i.
,. !) I,-,...-.:...;- . i. i- f.C
New iter is oe at the vry pret
4?st hit city in North ( ardin
-nd I wonder why U is no' a grea
leal larger than it is with all i s wat
ront. While there for two da,-
ast week looking after the inter
st of my firm, 1 fell very much in
ove Mpth it and all its people that 1
lad the pleasure of meeting, and 1
net quitq a few of th-m. Kew jero
um quite a number of pretty homes
pretty streets and a whole host i
orettv voung ladies, but with a
Lhat it is not complete. , There ari
two things more that it needs worst,
than a poor man do s money, and thai
V.. . .a"! 'Ill
i is names or tne streets up on tne cor-
acrs so strangers can leu just wmr
;Hey are at without putting themr
selves under oljigat ons to , e'yey
lorn, pick and Harry that they may
happen to meet. Of course most
every one wfj teD 'yoii whVn you
ass, but there are some that have
got to hays their joke ,by( senjdiiur
you away out of your way, ' The!
other need is pens, in the post office.
lfle posi oufue uiere wou,iu ue a
credit to eyein. Charjotte, and we all
Know now targe sue vuiukh sue is.
It has two real nice desk in its lobby
for writing provided you have the
pen or pencil v h n you, na t is i ne
matter with ., j;he l( janijt'qr. Don'it
Uncle ham furnish such things.' Put
ithe names of your pretty , streets, on J
them. .It w'l UP ,fw Bern, good.
e goes. UiWiu increase your ousiness.
(ring more trade your way. Lots,
and lots of people would move la
there to stay. Then New Bern would
be a city of whivh we all could boast.
lUjwauld soon rank with the ;largest
on the South Atlantic Coast.,, Wil
mington would gr,ow jealous. ,BaL,
bigh- would rise, iu , la?tet and, mke
faces at, Miss New. Bern for being,
the largest in the State. So wake,
U$ Mr Bditor, and speaki.to yqur.
people ,lqudt if , you, expect , Miss ,New
Bern to keep up wath tho,,r,Qwd.i
(Greensboro i, growing, , Asheyille;di8
far irom hMW. But the. people ;are
slighting, Miss New , Bern, i.beoaiW!,
her street they. haKe,np;i name
g! f.f 8,; ,l..-BoSPe0tfuJyI.(7.,, yi!
. i.'ib - fin JWeigi,iN pn
(Netoirr-Mr: i Mwk' MWreio,,
U into-effeet,)WiOUld,be,iqf,ral wprth,
the oity nd, we trust thaQn.his,!
fteKtuWisit -toi.iew Bern-ha ill,,,
the, streets so designatod t hat, it, will
bean easy matter ,f QJ, , him to, ; find
hi i way. about Without .havytg .to
Hfc ."every Tom,.,Diek and Harry",
the location of various points. Wo,
(eel assured AhafcsUso'he JWU P"18
nd. 8tMionOTyi-.:n,1the1;,pofofa,fte .for
the most obligittg-ttlucisds to-be ioUnd
in: the State and is always glad, to
make any improvement that wjll be.
of real, worth to, the pubUq. KdOl
iajlfiilflflBE n.-.-.iV, NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA Aug. u 1915
SWW9SW IdWDGETON READ
,Vill Pa.VTWoUH their
Way to Morchead
, .1" -i() JaJlR ;ild,.'lli-;ib'u
- ,"i ,,tio tJllMJOfiml -vii-,.-
Til bi.f ii.bvMb
The. firemen's .parade wl.iqh tpq
plac1 WMif- morning
the mUV'HMMM pageants over
real interest to the thousands who saw
it windits way, oyer , the- principal
The parade , formed in Jino and
started Apjtlly, n;r 1 o'clock and.
tn-rs,.,afiyri l qi,, tqe , most im
Dortant thoarqughisrev Included in
it were the visiting firmon and their
, th.''." .'ni:
IJ futU "in M'il'TIIUl.lll l
Virginian ThroWnfrom His'
, Craft., and. Wut',ta,;
:. iii In " (Iibo oifj
'kok'." Aul 'lOWbek rtc'1
iriXTe ori neli.-niiiltiiiiui,) r. r.i .oCriiiL-l
Burdicta qf. Claremqnt, y.K. crashed
Into a email botot from which George
W.n Hayobd,' W5; 'Wbodis'-avMi",
Jto4iy in Atlatio ( itiy.yflfJtenlW
fy ' BIMJIlIi W.'H' o oiuvm, -vkv napn
boat was cut'ln two ind Mr. rly
w thrown tfajm
Thursday afternoon a special t rain
'lopoaea enureiy 01 ruumto ears
A' each one loaded to its utmost
-apacily with Shrinert from all parts
f North Carolina acpompauied by
heir wives, sweethearts and daugh
rs, wi3 arrive in New 'Be,rn en
roote (o Morehead, 'City where for
i. ' - 1 1 i .i Jlrt ' . ' ' "iIi!
pMour uays iney win nsi iq wnai
-rjlhe sad sea waves have to tell and
nuchly needed rest.' In New Bern
the "steel camels" will be further'
nuruenea uy a, large ueiegaiion 01
he ioeal Shriners, and the merrimi ut
iof tne occasion 'will be further added
to by these knights of mirth and mel-
LjLI .1L.I Li u-iT Willi'
mi . l lie arrival hi .viorciuiau v ll
wiji"be made after the shadows of
evening have, ,''en'
due to the fact that the Norfolk
Southern Railway Company which
is owned ana operated ny xom A.
Be'n'netr of' th fljty, bejieves in giv
ing travelers over its line, time to
see the scenery as the cars glide
along Qifa WtUPki JfiiSmii
will! be made at thi . Jiilantfciq Hotel
anil , kere,' 'hnners jfjjuu$ujfji
WhJe a ,jdrehea,d. tij.. .Maiiy
events, have been planned for their
yisft and these are expected .to prove
of real qnj.oynjjept tq.eacn anq:, every
Charlotte, Aug 10 The Aralj) Pa
trol . of, 0.iBBle.i,roW,ofj,'k
Hxfiit, i ips , 'fa
the li'M time prior to the mid-sum-rnr
(pijgn'mage to. jor&ead 'City,,
whiqh,.wl begin Thursday morning.
Of ttfls jmf , Capt, JS, B. oraham,
assisted by, lfflififf '.1. ?
Sutherland -aitd Claries W. Norman,
uyerst jn. tWJtcil,y audi,toruni last,
night and at the close the commander
expressed his satisfaction with the
up to thin
it Morehena'Wti' is ibMikei
in action. .
dered VttffiUW tesMdhSffShiine
while at 'MordheW Sty?Mffhis ses
sion will convene st 11:30 Sunday
morning i jo.,, the. (magnificent auditor
ium tf, UicAthvuticy Hotel .and wil,
UiPresidfld qweTiiby.iRev.fteflirgBi Ar!
pppukw. SJHEinqja. Jin .jthe .WWqSWi
potentate. ,has, iissued , an , ,of$cjL ,oa
to all members,;f .Qasis .Tempq v to,
make tOioir ,, plans,, to .tUudgM
worship at the, above, time,and,plape
iftdit iUrges,eAO .d;7efrer,,,lpne,Jiq
bring Hheir iBs,Mnointfngr(9Ujt(ithar,
wiwe,ithq.,vi9itoxa,at home ihey, fwftHM
hadwbltedly . attend, qhUK snrylcfs. I
t.lbe itrajn-whiph w?,: bear , the. por,
ntate andt his ,tA'wm together with
he flfPcers and;lmen,flrhei;patrpl
Kill lqYe.-Pharhitte.,ar; 7:30 Thurs
lay, morning, - There .will bo,;np,djn,er,
on thi!tsainileying .hers
ror0.,all,t whfftHlp make... tw ..,trift
should haye,,, the,iibraahf ast bfforq
leaving home. A diner will be taken
nt (Jrwmaboro .and, lunckrton wall
Ooldsboro. Supper will be served at
ithq 'Atlantic tTotel.'Shrine headquar
ters at Morehead, when the train ar
trive8;th0M(i. i 'iAii ?.!! sr-u
Many rescvrnjoliajeon made
for the outing according to Mr.
Norwas, ,Ho i hndlingfih, fea.
.1 7JJ iL. A.
Vook is for a magnificent tumqu.foi
this-pilgrimage. A nsmber.of candi.
dates have indicated their intention
the activities of the patrol will hot
'11, aim ivira. OHitu, luswitu u. i
ptioi u mn H M"! I
onlvthese nuts, but to pflt fh1
IN MUCH TROUBLE
Job, of EffbflAlFarto: Had
Nothing .p L. n.
mituAeld. ;ji-L. 11. All
red, promjnen) atom. , legislator.
and until Friday, sghi mayor ot
Sntithfield. Monday night filed a pe
tition in bankruptcy and assigned all
pf his essejs ofKer to J H., Abell,
trustee, for the benatitof creditors.
Mr. Allrod's habifitiet were estimated
at $25,000 and bis assets at half that
amount, but . relatilfs apd friends
came to his relief, and today it was
said the fifty pr, more m-ditors will
teceive between 9.and 1W cents pn
the dollar. .
Mr. Alfred did ot reserve one
single article for himself, it was de
clared, and Mrs. AlJri-d, instead o
her eiteAiddiWWl cstU i'hot-
tlemeftt OT' tBd c8is' g kS- 'her
eaumaseji, b.u wui or nwwm e
throw out to creditors, and relatives
and, fnds .will auoply the remain
der neeessary'to'sWisfy theirfclaitas.
MH'TAlfred',re feWhei oli
max Fridav HigUt when he- resigned
as mayor qf the town, and the story
of ilia troubles, jeeame. genera 1
months aeo nan a aozen poo me
qf his straightened circumstances,
but the public at large had no idea
of their magnitude. In the mayor
alty 1 'efaigir Wli&y, Mr: Allred
made1 a spirited: Ictimpiaign end i won
Over his oppqn4atr;rby.'a handsome
"if a couid. wjx W yu of e
agqqjes l,,have .flUered jn the last.
fiyei years, " Mr-.rA,,ro(1 remWKed,
Monday ,nigk the cqnfeiience
of creditors, and thtr aUqrneys who
hadiasMmbld At,bai,ofh in efforts to,
Straighten :QUt,the.ngle., . No gam
bling, nq quprunq, Wpmen" he eaW
Eypry.man, mmfa W PW .ffl
Smi.thfiel'd ,wiUubMtr this statement
sponsible. At nrstt i n order , to keep
un appearanees, M AHrqd placed, to
ms own account smmi sums,oi( ,fiv
money place,ift ,chare,fy Jonn
ston, flqunt-y AATnr
pay,:itblfl , backvi , ftxpenses ..inqijqasea
Wr,e. money wa., required, ana no
tqwel , mqrq, , Tfte, amount . piled
ita,untii;it . totalled, at leat $25,000.
Thedy, ql,. settlement ..pameanttjMr.,
AJlrfld.itol41,R, fPffltn 1SPTV!H hi
i ,Mr, AJliqd Ba.Kl.t. qyen.Ihe bqs
lh ehUdren, fc,mff be
and he would start out life anew
Wobing in theprldcept the
tion.of having rnaae, a reipquon i m
fax as lay in his pqwer. . Ho asked
Wgijffebe attorney a the conier-
encfi. to DC l nis iiaiiusonie uew
home rhen Mrs. Aljred opmes.for a
Up nqrsonal ffocts She Jj : with
her;1relat,Yes at hejma. ;, (j
AlWrl " rnbBd the Iftwver roDro
8eptng creditors, '.'Mrs. Aljred, may
have anytlilng she wants. , I wouldn't
Mean to do Their Share ir
, . i :.
Bridgeton, Aug. 10. Mr. Henr
Wvatt had a narrow call Moudav
had a narrow call Mo
"fcfle woVkihg neaV ms!
a Ipcaj firemen and, their
e Peoples Concert Band,
worked , o
iqn of the linn had been
in' advance apd this
lagnwit tb show up to
advantage than if It had
igetlii-r at haphazard
houses on the river shore, during tin
thunderstorm a flash of light iiim.
struck' so near him that he wat
severely' shocked and the glass or.
his watch was shattered in his pock
et. While he was stunned for a t imf
he suffered no serious injuries. '
Mr. 8am Scales leaves tonight for a
(justness trip to Morehead City whert'
he 'will remain several days.
Home Seekers Comfnd
Mr' debrgq (Jreen, secretary of
the Chamber , of Commerce gives
oyi tlie information that there will be
i large number of prospectors from
Ohio some time in September or Oc
tober and that' they Will spehd sev
sral days' in and around New Bern
looking at farming binds and other
teal estate with the Intention 6f buy
ing and settling in this section if
proper inducements are held out
Dr. B. B. Smith has been advised
bv Mr.' Green that it wHl be well for
all who have lands to offer and who
wsh . tq' sjiow 'tein to the visitors'
should make , arrangements before
hand, to hav s'ucjh' farm lands or
Otter real estate as may bo offered,
listed with some one with, full des
cription of 'the lands and'th'u's locations
and the distance from New Bern.
If any or all who are interested will
call on Dr. Smith' and file! with him a
JuB' description of what they wish
(jo. ,sell apd make' their prices and
terms' of sale'khowii to him as early
as pqsstble he will give .any assist ance
that he can in bringing these inter
ests 'to the atieiii'on of this party as
soon as they reach the city.
He will also havp the matter ip the
hands of '(he party' oven "before1 they
rqach New Bern and by these means
Will be of great value in promoting
i til .1 - -1 1, -it ,T 1-nT ! i i ( n U-.l ik.- -j ' .';,i'"J
sales. Land owners snouio not mane
the mistake of hqld'ng the prices up
too 'iiigh, 'for ' these 'mfe'n have beieri
(traveling over a large part of this
tate and. other .Spates and have
Ben otfj'er'landsjult'iis'good as ours
iporhaps and have had prices made
co I lie m irom tne iowcbo vo me ihkh-
est'. pguftjs', and Jto"be slfrethey'wiil
be"'posted on ' 'yaihies" and bargains.'
T jiJ.f nil yf.ii.H JJJJi,JiJ-..iiiii j aU.U-
wnue we uo Ioi. auvocaie scuiub uui
lanis affoolo.w'aflBre.'ybt we would
advocate a reasonaoie aim an invi
ting price, vjir .seotidt needs arid
Wants more 'progressive farmers and
(o get them in.way of fair arid reasph-
aole prices. iviae a siveicu oi ui
farms or your homes if you wish
nterest "these visitors and rtiake'
jib 'your minds that you will offer
ibnm atmdjucipg' figures and Submit
l 111-HI 10 Ul. DUlllU ttlU lie will a.;'
that they aro brought to the. a'tteri1
ions of the parties interested in buy
ing and at the, proper, time without
any cost to you' whatever.
have anything she wants. I wouldn t
jb.here for JlOO..J'be damned
mfol'l That's .the, iWjhey reel' about
it in Smithneld. The .Allred home,
I-1-j '.., ii! ,L':itfir:'''j!,ji
a handsome cqiqniai, resiunce uui
quite completed,, la, on the' principal
Dr. Harry Wall, Who Was j
the launch at the time, was
affected by 'the aecfaent: SttMl
was hound rrom tne Louatryi -unuB
to the landing at the loot of,: Free
mason street and was gplngnhput
four miles an nour wnep'WlM
dent ' bwttrrofl- ' The 'eiigtlM of
gasoline boat wits gl ving trriiible ami
I)r. Wall relieved the man at 'the
wheel, who, was workjng qp.thq.egine
at the timwirtKutmsh,
immediattUs 4tohpfnt Dr.
Wall and th qecufants 4,twopiher
boaltUntcd afgrch fortbeibod
of Mt...Baj,woodn,Tf'lwi fun4.,Hi
after a short, hut Coroner
Kigbtwn notified. Upon viewing the
hoyd, he sUted tho would ho) d an
inquest! at noon today. j i
. The lody will.brjardftd ThuM-,
the lunerai ,and ,,4ptetmet. i, -,Mr,
Hnywood, n "uivivd bssi, ivrs,
Dvaanu flwih. J' Ohm,
L Irs MaTTrntii, man sir nJMhrrt,
ii . mm
U ' ..' ,. ,n olillwlsKiltit
i Iwntio'io dli;ih bit i"V
i-lfl V; jl8oloo t: 1 ir. n
m--4 v.'fni Mal i,iiinn(
hi ''in- ' i di'io ii K3l-1 1 " "
THK OEHMANS ARE AitAM
USlNCDEJlSitlV OASES -
li Vi y)nn unjiMinli.i luitrtnjf ul
ParU. Awg '16 AitphyUt.
hid hn i hrtdfc' eayleaWO i
nrnlrflU tt all MaMMeM' Wl4tW
employed by the German In
thfir vlotent Btk wport tl
ttHtfc M'fjfc lrtr Fort
IM( hllht. Th war offic
"wkoMwl rtttttk h' ermkhs
4as.o4'aaiqw woll'il bna'soyolqail
nis re'sidenco in BmiSineVd, Mr.,All-
-'T-'iLi .-'Jt-'Ji ,J'iiiii!ii!-i'iaI,'ii(f jo
red declared that,,hc was. I m go-
ing to lace me music, ne sam. i m
fii iv i Vr.p in iv Taiil jiiuv' ii'-i'V'
n,,t. mtinir to run: 1 decided to stick
ARE TO GATHER
. -Ii f,.M. . iWI .' taa.1
WU1 Hold Great Convea
tion at Raleigh 24th -to
Chariotte, Aug. 11 The
pOasts -rmole, Ancjetf
jt of Nobfeo of LU.Mi'U(vrihoo
'oregatheM, Hopl XJiyy toM-
" L aving from the variouo gia;W.
in the Desert of North Carolina 'to-.
morrow, mint at wlwiji jarb
the sameetttdn an MffttfttfSSa'
if four days that city will W 'the
in- of much merry mailing.
For weeks arrangements have been
under Way 'Mr ttlfs 'pitfrliiiB4eutad
reports refafhthr ChAlrinatt 'if E.1&- '
flwatrte' of the transpottatlAn,et)Ih'-
mittee of the temple; are ' if-
fect that fherV Will bb' 'TftWhrrd-
ers, wtt tbefr laffits, -od'-IMSs"fr.
headquarters 'for m-'ShrtlM'wlliHnR "
!ly by'TCWtflefc'W1. NWhnWMlf.UHk '
city Snd his-"telephone, Wb!"6rs
kept t)sy ' througnWrr1 the fSstKMs
put iri reueitk-fbr WoMs-'it-Wlrf
Raleigh, Aug. ll -"the onimitt
.f arrangmiiuu for tjbf Thp-ttl
Vnnual Stite rarnijs . Convent ipi
And Farm Wqma'c .Convention t
h. ld here August "54, 26 and 28,
has had printed a large number of
up t-s of the program for the big
.win meet and is scattering them over,
the State. , ,J
The program is practically at
p in ted in the News apd Observer
several weeks ago and . presents an
array of speakers and events that' u
xpectcd to appeal very strongly to
the farmers and housewives of tin
State. H,f i fni
Some of thoso who will make ad
dresses or give demunat rations ure
Dr. Francis K. 'Ilarrington. of the
United States Health-Service, A. L.
French, the well known stockman ot
Cascade; Vait Professor .J. K. liioe.
i( Coraoll University; 1-thiea,- ..-yw.
York; Dr. C. V. Popstj ofl thc United
States Department of Agriculture;
Prof. M. Thomas Pullan! of. Aubuun.i
Alabama; Mr. J. H. McClain. i of .
Waehingtonj D. C; Prof, f k . -alsumnier'Mi(Ufr JrN6HHeri'ilf1ll
Johnson, director of the Virginia
Truek Experiment Station at "Non
t" iro-flld ' tofrVy'uh! If (TbToet
and '"will "ke 'Wtthestmif rdWMh
of the State Normal: 'and-Industrial
College at Greensboro; Mr.
Shuford, of Hickory; "-Mr. H.
Connolly, of the V n it ed States De
part i iii-nt of Agriculture; Coin mision
ar of Agriculture W. A. Grahami
Capt. D. H. Winslow, of the United
Souft of thefpife4'l
meetings SJlLhe Mra, U. M. .tiarren,
ofika4eigi -Mi $ .
Washi gton; Mrs. John Robinson, of
Hickory; Mw.W'iiBMeavofiBal44iem''and up thai line iney w
burg; Mrs. Jyindsay Patjtecspn, pf Winston-Salem;
Mr, Jf.j Zf Greene, of
Marshville; Mrs.'Croome, of Wilmigh
ton; Mrs. W. N. Hutt, of Raleilgh
Mrs: Jane S. MeXhhmon, of llaremg
Mrs. B. R. Oraharii, of Chapel Hf;:
'Mf; 3. B. Refern,' df Waaesboro
Mrs. Cora ' Downer, of ' Wadesbbro
I One Item not oh'the prdgranfailfd
which is regarded as a great import
ance is the dembnstratibh1 df'Thte ifr1
iection 'of hog cholera,'StrdfH,.',',hftl
.demoristfatioh will be,:giVen,'1"brH
B. B. FloW, State' VBtefittarfatt, W
the afternoon jof TusdaC Xhisfr ti:
i Tne ''officers' df the'bnv'eatibn 1 aWt
B. P. Sheltori 'df Speed, president
W: SI Pharr1, 'of Chrfetfei.'-Br'Seli
lars. of Makton. and D: Pi' WTfKfordi
of 'Afekm. vtr-pfrtidWts!'. B; 'Browi'
qe, of West Rklofgh; secretary1 'nfttf
treasurer';" ,,)u"" ''
M kiiI -i"1 )! -. ,i,""i,-- ll I'lni Hl'illiid m
SAYS OFFICIAL ;
nrnAiiT ta it c
They Wifi 6aUu. 'jjjj
aay rrm am mtm-.. m
folk, Va.: Miss Minnie L. Jamison, tprepar'AtoryJ'to "fdlbV 49 'MorAftlA
iCity-MWHrdvnhr WspVitf plHy
and registering before the "Wain r-
iriyes there so that there will be no
delay in getting located.
That Special Train
Prom other sections of the Stwto
come, reports that many . 8hrinrs to, .,
thor with -their ladies, will aake 4he.!
lp, joining the special train" at
wise i ABjueyiue, riicKory ana
train( at Slwbury and frpn(iW
er at (ireensboro. A special Pullman
anoter. at. Greenfbprq .tqeo foro
tftese, and bmw wiJJ be, made at figf?,,
the . Jtumjf J al NobJea, tWaSaa, j
-wno aesire 10 escape me nor, sanas 01
the desert., en twt$ to, tte.aeftj u
- m imiI.i nif t j(ii;aG
Washincton. Aug. 11 That Vera
it out. and Pli d'o',it''unul everybody
hi residence elsewhere, starting hfe,
None of Mr. Allred's friends can
aecouas f hi:iinmbhis. . AlliJwow
thnal kia. iwrsaftalMbaWts havo boon
good- Even onipoUtinaJ, campaign
heiwqf never known to-take a drink
add bis icond ucti hai.bsfltv exemplaryn
Johnston county, peopto had much
faith is him that' they nkieted-ihim
tkawti , times o , tM pumal,- asassnhlyv
andi last session ha 0was one of th
favorite candidate, ,for speajwr . of-
the house. The late Emmett R.
Wooten ilas lohoBom vertftim. Last
May he ran In the imar.r for-mayor
and a-aa' eaaily1 (nominated. In tbM
Met housB h lrays took a stand
o-ttMe 'side w ipipwai,"Btnd-.lte ws
Brownville. Aug. 11-r-The border Cruz is quiet and the Carranaa gov-;
u ei..n iu rAnMlv irrow hxe more ernmeni nas issueu a n
ut ,. IUl. ,u.u ,wi . n ; procating tno anw-Amwicau annum-
Wmse.! ReKts 'said that 25 Men- P m,hatoa nt A ,thw
toaW 1 attacked fdW HifHtttrymon on :'dmJL&SSM UUfa,!
till ilk ' .t . 1 4 UIhI Mm sf lin MinnD , a I 11 vua V. wvssppi
FT" :. " .i:;;::;:,. Cruh to' the State Defyartmet"
mile east OI raerceum wuu '"K'" ,..j,j,,i,1.J,. ,jj.WJ.'!..Mj -i
twenty minute, killing one soldi T II "-
TMiUMmm mm i MoN4'raeo-g dispwteh'i repbrting-'Jthe!
rancti nouses. IL-Wi JJJu:i LnHu u.L;innKi
fc m . . 11 I aiiu-iurwiKii ioi'iiuk- iii ii-Bii, i j, if.
w 1 . ..,.4 1 n . iJl l" WW " '
ETiJ? 'KZTiMZArhZ'Viam purpose
wanoo , w.,vt ,-rrr. u-.., 1 fftJ tbfe 'fOrelBttbrsMarriTodf
MrSK mlS Uavy departments were under way
. .....i.l L-i lu,l in the IllLM.ICS I
wwt7i!ria'Riviii""jv,'in'rrmT jyirr-Trni fm
.,.xl.u .nil Imi niirlit, hrinirinp the I
ueain. Hfc lOl'liWi "'rwrt.- "'- '
The ten reported . dead incladi
tiomtlly hnbresttlited eonAitioh. for.
WB I WrrWf--i mm
n-iiil siatiM Irnnnor. four Amer
vuv vuwwfT-TITITI ITITrlTrT7 1 , ,
I L-i; I 1 K ,,,.,,,,l...r. nF mi""-
thI,bt,,;bam1a and nyq .. m
cans.,, The . itrooooP was Wled i
night at Palnv .Gardens, near Mer- s
Four transports at American
Li in, rovmared to take troons t
2t a moments notme, JrnM
aid. rwo-tmros or T,ni) rBBTuiw ariuv
irtlNIfTHlML tRlSil) NRAK1N
101 td.n 'TtoWM'"1 l
"iitio iiindlKiljjuUbiis jlnoY
p4 WVHpoh. Wl trllHI.tUrla
1 . said to be imminent In WW
-on ain pmiMnn una innn
-ni in, ' 'rWjm luf rfVf mi dT
lohii-iim II isW biliiiii
Sfllf4 HiWfrH.'!?WbV trail, kill
Iter.. , It ,ia thought that Jenkins
iv un bt h it i n 7nriiu bttiwwwt i
ther than ride throiieh
V""' . '" "Vi'L-L. .3 v. land an order moving tme rest oi ine
oim,Mmm wan wwyntr'u . ,,. wari rtd with
W W'avPwe ,sh uvpw,, , - -Becrttary'lawrng is
0H,.JdPPeared.1 The J vAM"
Mwdiug ift.reporte, had " v., MtAoZ'V
n'l T a don't1 vnHod is xfe-M4dwJi
W-' tsiktoa toh WrfaymohntaBe'1
farmer fcm4,Mo Ark., ponnepted uiui.irtiiviHiuii Umm-mjw
EES 1 Z MHtaUry Urisirig !Mr'H. .'
a,pr..Qf,:-W iwnetbately left i ii.uaai, itWi
T"".1 "f"".!" rV'l 'Jl' "J if0JrkB'rwvortftrhh th M1te eWafse,
uM rr lmbt iminisii minnnrr wan i r. , ...
awaited teday. ,The latest , trouble
t . .1 t 1 : m...a I
STTTTl twToi eiiinMM
aarAy .to4wf,wbere, Jwo MWWU. W1. . . ..... . ' " atMAMHii
A U 'I',.--- Mnnu.u "' vi- ....... ,'u, .v.
At New Bern the. Nqbles irom that .
mon committee, w wmm
Uo Morehead City get all that is com-
atucheol.to tq a,
irom tnat.cuy to. uqwspoj,,
a'tf6!,81 iWrJPiilttlf w
The train will stop at Dilnnm, ,
nigh, and at Goldsboro it will. bej, turn,- ,
od over to the Norfolk Southern fW
Hmh Ai&WrnlrWft IrHSrii
J 1 - A r - m . . u .. .
hall bq ready when,i the,,
rives and that sea food galore
bq redylor hqse whfl- liie distant
from tho.waKr. uuS aVia. w-
The festivities will begin; even, be
fore the jPteft'p .Speoiftl oJBftXff,
Oharlfltite xani twill no; -(ri
qnd, until ; tbfl train, reaobpa,, CHwrhje ,
Tuesday morning, JtUyTnAjjEWife
ments are being completed to make
this the greatest and most enjoyable
jtrip even made by Oasw Tem,Rte,anoVi
tq,that end.the ladjSyof the Shrinera
have, been urged to, recojmpana tihqm ,
bttnfkhft wlfWmagq.y,,,,),. v,iov ri ion
i l.u this cppneqjtion 't.WiMnafr7i
;ed t,hat,: aort ef publifl iwtlrtMjll,
be arranged) for. (.he .pteMwWiiWW tft,
ladies, sprnfli timBuwhilq . ttw p4rfv nfr,
at Morehead, Citv, .Whetheofthia.'will-..
be done cannot be ascertained lit this
trmte owing to .the i abqenee i ofc, ftjrfwn
tatc John,.!- DHbb9;frQf th'il
it is pretty generally Biortood(Ww
iqvr, that mtobvaa, sniitaiHiwiidwaV
bo -arranged, andott) adrl to thKhlfcua,
undttd that-taq wife mkmtWtfWt
dato fromiChalriotte ha nawieireAUefa
of (rapoain i B. atowavni, tteArtfc
Jtrol tflint hct: lrliand,ibe, wTM'all
thiire ist ia, :an- floitlioo
down aipagsor hoiitM
is training bedrtusw mi
up to all -thd pnoimiiiss rrapAtu
by Captain. Inbata. -imnsd I ...
i iim nmgMMi
iio'ituBofl s'ni'ifLjnnil nivo iool i
: - in'
I l oinibU Jion a
.Man, .W,f "fiffr To
ill ifqo,- liii'itS. lli inii.,i ntl
MlM irniile SuHHW ' who"
OrenwiuWi Aug. 11 tOAMmttlaiMh
er of the local police foroa
Edgar Buck; a wH knows local white
man, as he attghted from the South
bound ' A'i 't. m'MrtmUifi night.
dfflreV wao Impressed ith ig
m'&xii 'eaV, 1 WM "Hirbtr afV
k.Jiia. n.i.lnrnit hv Tiixoa raniferH
"VV,U wBa'fbrmcrh' or-.'
, .nn.ii '' ' I Brrinirton's millrMHV flMMMisMlW
"Mr. "irtdv,Mr.",R.,"W. 'UM'tl
fML',no',jr!,t."ftatns, of fdft- Bttffi-
nmped off ra
tqwn, 'earing armt
m;v4fm kM'r dy at-UlvWl rt'Newier ydrteraay'b
tending the nremens tournament, ling for a short visit,
Mavetf'lb jttfmWfsirMa M
LhV of1 VhnBhnl,.Wff.''whl6y4
ttuiMill k.AJiH'n tli UU td a MM 1
. . Il-axuiiaas ituwiwa. ttMfNa
rtrn-i failed to show up and the lafnlM
is that he has gono to parte unkaowf.