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THEcWIIJfej DISPATCIj; TUEAj Y AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 6:
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MERELY LOOKING ON.
Capt. J. J. Adkins, of Southport,
was a Wilmington visitor yesterday.
FEDERAL COURT TOMORROW.
Tell You to The Following
Statement The Results
Washington, D. C, Nov. 7 There
were no evidences of election excite
ment in the capital today. Possess
ing no vote of her own, and yet par-jfy, Lady Tried Gdrdttl. let H
fori WaaViineton tin-1
cupies a position similar to that of'
a family whose sons go to war on
different sides. She watches the con
flict with intense concern, although
' . . . . - - ..., ... .. sho is nermitted no participation in'
judge n. u. uonnor win Mrnve in ine . ' .
I r Tnninht it and will be pleased to have it come Wise, Va. Mrs. J. M. Elam, of this
Misses Gene Weston', May Thomas . Judge H. G: Connor will arr!ve in to a close, whatsoever the end may ?lace of her f emal j
and Maggie Williams, of Burgaw, the city this evening from his home . with their partlcipa- troubles, says: "This trouble went or j
were visitors in the c.ty yesteraay. . on in the campaign in .behalf of for 14 years, often I was unable tc
Mr and Mrs ' S P. Torter, of Coun- at 10 o'clock. The first day's session their chief, all the members of the ork and suffered badly at . v tunes,
HI snent vesterday in Wilmington, and Thursday will be devoted to the cabinet have followed the example when j cod not on my feet at all.
f the flrtnn 1 Into 1
.v. a-. ! nro n ihA rtnPt nnrt it is thought at their respective
j trial of the few criminal cases that of the President and have ramainea
.' u fo i,ri1 at their respective homes to cast their Really in bad health all tne time aur
votes. The same is true of nearly all mg those 14 years, and was never
tha heads of bureaus, of msny of the ht pgjn yfa awful backaching,
Upon the completion of the criminal ,dfTi8,!"tLfSB had no appetite, was nervous, but at
docket the civil cases will be tried auie A. ,ui ,;e
in the different aepartments. iuu tuuc my uuuuuo . .
recommended that I try Cardui, which
HANLEY SAYS HIS PARTY t began to take . . . and which ' has
WILL POLL BIG VOTE, caused me to be in better health evei
T- r,rr, e On V. farnlinfi ti-hiVVi the farmer- ic snoinir tha HafonH. , . .. T.. j - t t- .o, xcvv U"J
Hon. D. C. Heyward, of Columbia, S. ant company for $10,000 damages re- Hanley, the Prohibitionist nominee, provement had begun. My back got
C, was a visitor in the city yester-; ceived wnne in tne employ or the . voted early today. He said he expect- stronger and less painful. 1 got less
Mr. W. V. Janrett, a prominent that they can easily be disposed of in
planter of Bolivia, spent yesterday in this ti'me
jf -5- -'-
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Edwards and and the remainder of the two-weeks'
Mrs. M. R. McCall, of Armour, were term will be consumed in their trial.
Wilmington visitors yesterday, Orton The first of the civil cases to be call
Hotel guests. t ! ed will be that of E. J. Warren against
& -X- 1 the Waccamaw " Lumber Company, in
PLAYERS IN POLITICS.
Mr. E. Li. Hines left this morning
for Rockj' Mount, after spending
some time in the city.
.1 All of the Professional Leagues Being
Mrs. A. F. Williams, of Kenansville, i Organized for Wilson's Election,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. H. New York, Nov. 7. I take great
HJJiott, io. oUo Ann street, i pleasure in informing you of the Pro- President Marshall cast
" J fessional Ball Players of America shortly before noon. 1
Mrs, W. H. Jones leaves this after- Wilson and Marshall flnhs with I
ed the party to poll 500,000 votes cr aervous and my appetite began to lm-
twice as many as four years ago. prove. In a few weeks my improve-
' Charles W. Fairbanks, the Republi- 'ent was noticeable, and I got into
can vice-presidential candidate cast tter health than I had had for 14
the 321st ballot in his precinct. His ears . My waiking before had been
only statement was that never before very painfuif and could not stand on
had he seen a campaign in which so . f - An 0 nnA Af4-PT. vtbp
ill xvv v v v vw miijt w vv -
much interest was manifested. Vice-
noon for Fayetteville where she will. Hans Lobert. of the New York Giants,! CHINESE STUDENTS
reside in the future. 1 no nh
-f -3f ' lyn's National League team, as
Miss L. Lucas, of Edmundton, Can-1 vice-chairman; Geo. J. Burns, of New
lork Giants, as second vice-chairman;
Grover Hartley, of the St. Louis
American League Club, as treasurer;
J. J. McGrath, as secretary; Joseph
R. McDonald, as corresponding sec
retary. All the above members have
wired their acceptance of the position
and are working with the profession
als at large for the support of our
ada, left this morning for her home,
after spending some time in the city
with relatives and friends.
Miss Mattie Peden has returned
from the mountains of New York
State and from New York City, where
she spent her vacation. -
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The Glee Club of the Y. W. C. A.
will not meet tonight, the session
-having been postponed until
;hese medicines, however, I could walk
without pain and was able to do the
seork and housekeeping for an ordi
lary family. My back and appetite
were better and also my nerves."
If you suffer as Mrs. Elam did, take
Cardui. It may be just what you need,
Peking, Sept. 7. Chinese students
who are attending Japanese universi
ties have held several conferences in -55-
Japan to discuss the Japanese de- -
mands growing out of the Chengchia-j SPORT GOSSIP.
tung incident. The Peking Daily
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Here Arc Examples of Anniversary Sale Economy For Fair Week
ENTERS UPON ITS FOURTH DAY JUST AS INTERESTING AS EVER.
The Popularity of This Great One-Yearly Sale is Firmly Established if the At
tendance to Date is to be Taker, as Evidence. From Morning 'till Store Closing Time
Every Day the Store Has Been the Scene of Almost Unprecedented Buying Activity.
Here Are a Few of the Bargains That Invite You To Save
News prints the following appeal to
the Chinese citizens framed at such j New York, Nov. 7. The sale of the
a conference in Japan: "Fellow Citiz- Boston American League Club, within
President, and the worthy ens In connection with the Cheng- a month after the team had won the
We are covering every pro-1 chiatune incident, the Japanese have world's championship, is thought by
next fessional baseball league in the coun-' presented cruel demands, and as the many close followers of baseball poli-J
, tr vand it is reallv the first instance fatP nf nur fatherland is haneine in tics to mark the first of a number
1 in any campaign where the baseball the balance, we cannot remain silent. ; of changes and readjustments in ma-
The menu of the Corn Show dining players have had the recognition in We hereby request that popular con- j jor league circles. Former President
the political field. It is styled similar ferences be called to urge the govern-;J- J- tannin made no secret or the
room this evening from 6:30 to 7:30
will be chicken salad and relishes.
Only a nominal fee is charged.
Mrs. M. J. Grayer, of Brunswick
county, arrived in the city this morn
ing and will be here several days as
the guest of Mrs. S. S. Branner.
Misses Mattie and Minnie Smith, of
Atkinson, returned to their home
this morning, after spending some
time in the city with relatives and
to the Wilson's Business Men's
League, Theatrical Men's Wilson
League, and with the Baseball Play
ers' Wilson League it will make three
of a kind hard to beat. Trusting you
will give this space in your valuable
i sporting paper and hoping this may
find you enjoying the best of health,
I beg to remain, yours in sport.
J. J. McGRATH.
ment not to yield to them.'
fact that the Red Sox were for sale
and if rumors and inner circle gossip
can be accepted at face value, sev
eral other club owners are just as
ARE SAVING ALL
KINDS OF WASTE willing to dispose of their holdings
i but lack the frankness of Lannin.
Baranowitschi, Russia, Nov. 7.
The same principle of saving most
useless scraps of waste that is being
The president of the Boston Amer
icans placed a price of $750,000, upon
the club early in the present year and
Veterans Will Be in Parade.
practiced all over Germany has been ; it is understood was offered and re
introduced at the front now, too. J fused $500,000. Under the circum
There is not a company or regiment ; states the sale of the Red Sox, while
all along the huge front that has not . the clamor of the world's series vie
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small check and striped Velour Worsteds
Smart Pinch Back Models; sizes 33 to
28; $20.00 value for $17.00
$18.00 Young Men's Worsted Suits;
all the smart colors, at $14.95
Young Men's $15.00 Serge and
Worsted Suits, at . $12.50
Young Men's $12.50 Worsted and
Serge Suits, at . . $9.95
Young Men's Raglan Overcoats,
$12.50 values, at $9.95
Young Men's Raglan Overcoats,
$15.00 values, at $12.50
Young Men's Style-Plus Overcoats,
MENS' DRESS GLOVES.
In all the leading shales, and all sizes ;
just received. Price $1.00 and $1.50
ARROW & LION BRAND COLLARS
Complete stock of both these famous
Collars, in both laundered and soft;
we've always got your size. Come to
us, next time.
MEN'S BATH ROBES
In all the new colors, in both Flannel
and Turkish Cloth, with slippers to
-match; priced $3.50 to $6.00
BOYS' SMART SUITS
Boys' aU-Wool Blue Serge
Norfolk Suits; sizes 8
to 17; at $4.98
Boys' Fine Serge Pinch
Back Suits, 8 to 17;
Boys' All-Wool Pinch
Back Cassimere Suits,
Boys' High Grade Pinch
Back and Norfolk Suits,
sizes 8 to 17; priced . . $4.95 to $8.95
Boys' Extra size Pinch Back Suits, all
he leading colors. . . .$6.50 to $10.00
MEN'S AND BOYS' UNDERWEARS
Boys' Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, me
dium weight; sizes 24 to 34, at. .25c
Boys Fine Ribber Union Suits; sizes
24 to 34, at 48c
Men's Fine Ribber Union Suits ; all
sizes, at 98c
Men's $2.00 Wright's Union Suits;
all sizes, at $1.68
Men's $ 1 .00 Lambs' Down Shirts and
Drawers, at 75c
Men's Fine Ribbed Shirts and Drawers
Miss Elizabeth Sheehan returned to :
school at RaliKhnrv thin
after spending the week-end with he'r'GeneraI James L Metts' to report at
Members of Cape Fear Camp. No.
4 are ordered by their commander.
installed, in convenient places in the , tory was still fresh, at $675,000 ap-1 that the league matches will in
E. J. Sheehan, of this
Mrs. D.'H. Jones, of this city, lef.
this morning for Whitakers, where
she will spend several weeks with
relatives and friends. Mrs. Jones
the W. L. I. armory tomorrow morn? n 2
at jO-20 o'clock to participate in the
Corn Show parade at 11 o'clock. The
v.tcran- will all be provided with
will continue to Fayetteville, where j
she will make her future home
Mrs. A. D. Sellers, of this eij', loft j
tnis morning for GoMsboro with her
little niece, Miss Alice Howell, and
two little nephews, Master Lawrence
and J. V. Howell. The children will
be placed in the orphanage.
Claimed Short Chanqina. The do-
i lice investigating reports made to
front trenches, receptacles for waste
of all kinds.
There are bags or baskets for pa
per that can be sent to Germany to
be made into pulp; for glassware,
whether broken or intact, for old
clothes and miscellany, and of course
for scraps of food that may be used
to feed swine that always are an in
tegral part of every staff headquart
ers behind the lines.
pears in the light of a compromise.
Judging from past results and attend
ance figures at Boston the new own
ers made an excellent deal when the
value of the club, franchise and park
property is taken into consideration.
The Boston Club entered the Amer
ican League in 1901 and since that
season has won the junior league pen
nant five times and the world's cham
pionship three times. In the sixteen
years the Red Sox have finished
1 fourth or better every season except
in 1906-7-8 and 1911. The average
Scarcely Any Seem Interested In Lo- position of the team for the full pe-
cal Civil Service Jobs. I riod works out as 3 1-4. Furthermore I
Judging from the small number of .Boston has always been noted as a
crease collegiate interest m tennis
and give a definite purpose to the
BUYS SCHOOL SITE OF BOYHOOD
FEW APPLY FOR POSITIONS.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 7. Louis Re-
nard, president of a linoleum and rug witn
company here, has purchased the site
of the old Franklin school, which he
attended, as an immigrant boy, fifty
years ago, and where he learned Eng-. company of his own.
Renard said he made the purchase
twelve years old and my parents were
poor, so I knew I would have to go
to work. I knew I couldn't get a job
until I learned English, so I became a
pupil in the old Franklin school.
"I worked hard and by the next
April I was able to get and hold a
job as cash boy at $2.50 a week."
Renard later obtained a position
a house-furnishing concern,
wher he pice Iced up the knowledge
that has resulted in his heading a
A skyscraper in Chic." jO is found
Sealskin Muff Found.
The police have in their possession
at the headquarters a ladies seal-skin
hand-muff, which was left in one of
the reserve seats at the circus last
night. The muff was turned over to
the police by one of the circus ushers
.immediateirafter the performance.
: them yesterday afternoon by several
( negroes to tho effect that they had i persons making application for the good baseball town, supporting its -as a matter of sentiment and that he
! been short-chaneed bv ticket-sellers ' pvaminatinn to hp held hv the lneal clubs with consistencv whether win- intpnds in ennvert. Mia nronertv into!
j at the circus found that in several j board on November 21, which in ners or losers. a recreation ground for children, ' to be loaning sixteen incher.. Wr
; instances persons would leave before ' eludes examinations for several vac-' Harry Frazee, the new head of the with a baseball diamond. The pur- were fortunate enough to build M1.1
j they-were handed their change. Da- ancies in the local District Engineer- club, while a young man. has always! chase price was $15,075. ' neapolis where it is possible to hit
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vm iu.u, coiorea. repor.ea mat insing Omce, there are no many persons oeen a ciose toiiower or spons ana 1 ... t Sf tq uis from Berlin in 'the continent when we die our base-
Turtle Hanging on Carp.
Scipio, Ind., Nov. 7. Wallac
Amick of this place captured a Din'
pound carp and a good-sized' turtle 111
a peculiar manner recently. Wli'ii
rowing in Sand Creek near lyre In
attention was attracted by thr Mop
ping of a fish apparently grounded in
shallow water, he fish was easily
captured, being almost exhausted,
and on drawing it om the water
Amick found a turtle hanging to tin'
fish. It nad seized the fish near tin-
1 base of the tail and retained its hold
unU. it was killed.
1 T rf" " I1 i t 'J 1. 0rl F -w- V . J - 1 1 1 r A .I - X T 1 . . . 1 tr frx . ?.-.... 1 ! M -,. 5 i-k
i-v..-.,.-, , urm iiiunru ui $ioy. in vviimiiigion at present wno are mi i ueui u iiuviw m lur: 1 October 1868 " Renard said.
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: un owrtea-uu was instituted seeking government positions. t promoting- une. in aaauion iu uis
I in the Superior Court yesterday by j It has been stated that there are to many theatrical ventures he has
the Grand Rapids Show Case Com- be two or three vacancies in the Wil- backed several sporting events of
j pany against Mr. L. L.pinsky, of the mington office shortly, but there has more than ordinary prominence, in-
'I was ments.--Minneapolis Journal.
From a boy's essay: "Pain tells us
that all is not right where the pain
is. There are many kinds of pain,
enough for every one to have some."
Bon Marche, in which the plaintiff been verv few persons who seem in- eluding the heavyweight champion-j
I Onnlro trt -.,-.., A( AA 1 . . t L . L " T t T I
. orcRB iu louver .uuu Decause 01 an rerested iir them, although they pav snip doui at Havana, uuDa, wnen jess
"Well, how did things come out
your school contest?"
: "Ti.ifl :-. 3 . .,
Siri won the ture and fittings from the
hammer-throwing contest and a bov l and latPr rpf,.pH t .-.
'took first prize for fruit
alleged breach of contract. It is
in j out in the complaint that the defen.l
; ant agreed to purchase store furni-
co .is. a
SQ1. wiiiara wrested the title trom jacK
(Johnson. As a result he does not en-i-ter
big league baseball circles with-
cake." , Bellamy & Son represent
CLOTHES ON CHURCH BELL.
Gumbo. Del., Nov. 7. Church peo
out preliminary training. Because of
his close knowledge of the amuse-
ment trend of the American public 1
pie at Bryan's Cross Roads listened , Frazee should prove a valuable addi
faithfully for the church bell for pray- ' tion to the roater of baseball mag
e meeting one night recently, and, ! natea
failing to hear it, went their various j '
ways. In the meantime the Rev. Mr. With tne growing prosperity of
Williams was on hand for the first . Cuba- yachting has developed into one
prayer meeting after the summer va-' of the leading sports of wealthy Cu
cation. No one attended, and after he bans and tne Havana Yacht Club
had waited for some time he went race.s are now a feature of the sea-
home without the mefitlnir. I son- Manv oC tn amateur yachts
Investigation disclosed the fact that
some one had wrapped the church
bell with cloths, and while the sexton,
old and deaf, had pulled the rope with
his accustomed, power, the bell gave
forth no sound, and no one knew
that thera was a meeting.
From Coast to Coast Ameri
can Lady Corsets are the
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5s. s The new plan for the Intercollegi-
s If our satisfied patrons were g ate Tennis league among Eastetii
I I not rever advertising us by S colleges has been outlined as follows:
M telline their friends nni op. rm. 1 , -... ..
men feel that they have outgrown
the Sonder type of racing craft and
orders have been placed in this coun
try for several of the larger racing
yachts. When these are launched it
is hoped thaf some of the American
yacht owners may be induced to visit
Cuba and participate in a series of
International races. If the outcome
of these races warrants, several of
jS the wealthy Cuban, enthusiasts may
H combine and challenge for the Amer
S ica's cup within tfafe next few years.
telling their friends and ac
quaintahces ;' about the fair
treatment they get at this
store we'd not do SUCH A
Exclusive Agents American Lady and Madam- Lyra Corsets.
$1.25, $1.50 $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50
' & S a .:;-a '5. ;A- i;;1; j Kfa.vj wli captains .c
"The league embraces Yale, Har
g vard, Princeton,' Pennsylvania . and
g Cornell. Each team will play-eaeh
S other team in the league a match of
S at least four men, four singles and
H two doubles if possible, a six-mari
S match will be played. These matches
3 will take place in the spring of the
H year, and an Interbollegiate league
S championship banner will be awarded
V the leading team at the end of the
. g season. The league will . be under
JAMES M. HALL. Druggist. S the auspices "of the Intercollegiate
5th and Castte Streets. -, S ; Tennis Association and will have the
i;.-'i captains or ..the league teams , as: an
commfttee; y. It-is bfelleved
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