DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY. J. H. KINO Editor E T. ROLLINS ' ' Business Mgr. J. H. King and E. T. Rollins, Owners ;.-. Md publisher BUBSCRIP'nON PBId: One Tear .. .. .. .I2.80 Oat Wei.. .. .. .. .. .06 rntered' at tli Postoffloe at Durham XJ. C aa second-class matt matter. DD3UIAM. N. C.r MARCH 22, 1914 : JEvea if every loss had been fully covered by insurance, it was a need lees loss. i iA. water plant or a fire department that fails us at a time like that Is not worth much at any time. The machine may name the gover nor this time, but it has tried to turn the trick in the past and failed. And when Huerta states out at the head of an army to 'annihilate Villa , we- are not caring what happens to him. if the progressives are simply tired of . being bossed we are afraid that they wilt have to get out of the party. At least two men are cerain of r- , ..." " getting ithe Durham postolfice and the . others think they are in tue running. ' " MTH THE EDITORS. Tainted News. , That projected conference between Huerta and John XJnd is so long in materializing that it threatens to be classed under the head of tainted news. Ashevllle Citizen. Has Lost Its Charm. -(Life is notTVhat lrused tobeTYears ago when the colored population play ed baBeball, spectators got the worth of their money, for they played ball and had a fight or two. Now they have caught the aristocratic part of it and have quit. More flgbtfi pccur with white players engaged tnan witn negroes. Greensboro Record. The Suffrage Movement. The defeat of the suffrage amend ment in "the senate, a measure tha aimed to submit a revisal of the con stitution bo as to permit women tc enjoy equal election privileges witr men. was an even break " vote, the majority of one, showing that a hare majority of the senators were readv The promoters of "the cause" should find much encouragement in this vott for it shows to what we are coming No doubt In a few more years our WiOmen will hf.ve the privilege of voting all over this American land. Salisbury Post, New York's Curfews. According, to the plan adopted by Mayor Mitchel, New York cabaree. restaurants, jnust hereafter close at a. m. Restaurants without enter tainment may keep open until ? a m., serving food and liquor. Hotel bars are to close at 1 a. m. Saloon; catering to night workers may take out all-night license. If they "can show a legitimate demand for them but liquor must not be served in back rooms after 1 o'clock. Thus dors New York start out to be good. It does not look like very much of a state, but any start means something and one ounce of reform initiated by New York city authoritiees with New York city's approval Is worth a ton of restrictive enactments from Albany for a town bent first of all upon reg ulating its own affairs. Charlotte Observer. , : Some man may make a showing in a race with Senator Overman, but It will have to be a man pretty gen erally known over North Carolina. There are some North Carolina politicians who understand the game too,, well to fall out with Mr. Wilson as long as the people' are with him. If the fault should happen to be the water company's we would like to see anybody go into the courts and get damages.1: But if blame is attached anywhere It is rather to the people who per mit .themselves to be bossed rather than to the man who undertakes the Job." J '' On Being Bossed. . . A two-column edVor!fl in the Greensboro News by W. A. Hilde- brand, editor, would lead one to be lieve that North Carolina has a politi cal boss. And when North Carolina disposes "of this hoss. there will be another boss to dispose of and so on-ad innnitum. That's the way V is in other states, evenwith legalized primaries and the inltiatve and ref erendum, we suppose, and that's the way t will be for all time. The his toryof a state, like the history, of e nation, is nothing short bf the biog raphy of its big bosses. We are nov protesting.; we have no interest Ir any machine, and are in position tc throw our Influence if occasion de mads, toward that crowd which give- promise of doing beet for the state, in the meantime realizing that some body will be boss just the same. Raleigh Times. excess of 200 'species of trees in ta, state, attributable to the differenced of climate in ' many portions of ta state. North Carolina controls and utilizes 75,000 horse power of its wa terpower, with this amount easily capable of an increase of five times those figures, provided all the stream, available were harnessed. Specimens of practically all minerals are fouul In-the-stater although preclousmla erals are rare. North Carolina mine a larger quantity of mica than any other state in the union. How to Live 100 Years. Marry early in life and live .plain ly- Do not run or scuffle or lift heavy weights. Go to "bed every night at 0 o'clock md sleep eight hours. Sleep" on your right side and keep vcur moutu closed. Do not worry or quarrel keep in l good humor. Keep your bed away from the iamp walls cf your dwelling. Take a tepid bath twice a week but avoid cold baths. Take some exercise before break- ast a short walk or use the dumb bells. . Have a good mat at your bed- -oom door and a good rug at side of vour bed. Eat moat, well cooked, only once day. Eat plenty of fat to feed cells iiat destroy disease germs. Drink no intoxicants of any kind md use tea- and coffee but sparingly. no not dissipate or imbibe strong drink. Allow no pet dogs or cats in your Ying rooms .at any tTme, as they bring disease germs from Infected quarters. If possible live in country on a 'arm six months of every year the pring and summer months prefera ble. Change your business at inter vals if need shall appear, and en rare onlv in congenial and healthy enterprises. . .Mi watt H mm iK'tt'-v:;,iiitr ., , r- -i .-.1 J I I II III III There is nothing quite so ne cessery, in the home as a hot water bottle. You cannot afford to ie without one, especially If you have a family to take care of. We carry a full line of rubber specialties. You will al so find we have everything In the way of toilet articles. Quality light, as well as the price. Ben H. Thomas FOUNTAIN Our DRINKS I Agent for HUYLERS and MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES. Phone 33 "Doc Bird Says"- To be preferred1 is our wish, striving to that end. T We are MOTHER OF SCHOOL GIRL W 11 tf i n. a l ens now Lydia rcnkham s Vegetable Compound Re stored Her Daugh ter's Health. PROGRAM ARRANGED. As the editor of the Greensboro News was in Washington when the state chairman was named, it may be that, he knows what he is talking about, , ' , It may he that the transcontinental railroads, are fighting free tolls b; you can put it down that they have not' beea to Mr. Wilson with their troubles. It would seem that the machine is supporting Mr tO verm an . for re election, but you can put it down that be swore allegiance to the ma chine first. " : U AMrich, Cannon, enroee and that crowd were against the free foils clause the democrats could very well afford shut their eyes, ask questions and rote for it no W had understood that Mr. Kitchin was not going to vote for the repeal of the free tolls clause, but since he . has received, some encouragement it seems that he Is going to take a de light fn doing an ne can against it It is rather mystifying that many of the more radical - protectionists op posed the free passage of American coastwise vessels - through the canal frcm the first It might lead one to thisk there was somebody he they anted to protest more. ' x I TLa disastrous fire of last night hare beea checked during the t hour. However, this was not asd at this time we are not pre i to say whether the fauft lies "i the water company or With the e f V.;era -.The water wasut off at e vhc t-e fire wayapparetitly r rr :.-', tst juit fy this was - J ro-'-srs be s f ard matter - b - For the Commencement, at State Vjrviverslty. Chapel Hill, March 21.-rrThe 1014 commencement program of the Uni versity of North Carolina has been arranged, "with respect to the secur lng of the chief speakers for the occa lon. Hon. W. C. Redfleld, United States secretary of commerce, wil make the chief address 0n Wednes day, June 3. The baccalaureate ser- whlch are there being employed. This May 31. the opening day of com mencement. Dr. Edgar P. Hill, i noted Chicago divine, will deliver thl sermon. The Y. M. C. A. sernyHY tr be delivered Sunday night, will be made by Dr. O. E. Brown, a teaebe In Vanderibilt University Theologica school. Judge Van Wyck, a lawyer of New York city, will make the alumni speech on Tuesday, June Judge Augustus Van Wyck graduated from the University of North Caro lina with the class of 18C4. Other than beinsr a well-known lawyer, or Broadway, he has long been interest ed in New York state politics. He was once a candidate for governor of New York, making the race agalns' Theodore Roosevelt, In addition to these features on the program, many classes are thaklng preparations for reunions at the coming commence ment Two classes 1904 and 1909 are exerting special efforts, to hav every member of their class return on man will be delivered on Sunday High school Abating societies, civic clubs." women's clubs, farmers' unfons and other similar organizations of the state will find a storehouse of valu able Information In a handbook print ed by the bureau of extension of The University of North Carolina. "Pub lic Discussion and Debate" is the title of the 54-page booklet carrying in formation on almost all the live, everyday topics concerning North Carolina issues. Among the many subjects that "receive brief attention in this useful handbook are: Race segregation, compulsory- education. child labor, convict labor, rural credit and agricultural co-operation, engi neering assistance to count'es, taxa tion, commission form of government. woman enffrai. recall of judges, etc. The booklet eipresses as ts chJrf purpose that of MimuTaimg public discussion in the debating societies uT the high schools. Toward the further ance of that end. the sixth and last division of the bulletin outlines a model constitution for high ecaool literary societies to pattern after. In a series of lectures before the stndent body in the college chapel th patt week, the state geologist set forth tome facts concerning "North We never "kick'' over the traces and fill our prescriptions with "some fh'ng Just as godd." Not everiSonce in a while! Exactly.JjU'rugs the doctor order d every time Many years of fflIlBg prescriptions with purest highest quality drugs have gained for us the confidence of the public. And we value that con fidence above everyth'ng! Let us All your prescriptions! "The sweetness of low price sel dom equals the bitterness of poor quality." Yearby's Pharmacy PHONE 69. Plover, Iowa. "From a small child my 13 year old daughter had female weakness. I spoke to I three doctors about it and they did not help her any. Lydia E. Pinliham'a Vegetable Com pound had been of great benefit to me, so I decided to have her give it a trial. She has taken five bottles cf the Vege table Compound ac cording to directions on the bottle and she is cured of thi3 trouble. She was all run down when she started taking the Compound and her periods did not come right She was so poorly and weak that I often had to help her dress herself, but now she is regular and is Crowing strong and healthy. Mrs. UA3TIN IIelvig, i'lover, lowa. Hundreds of such letters expressing gratitude tor the good Lyd;a E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound has accom plished are constantly being received, proving the reliability of this grand old remedy. If you are ill do not drag along and continue to suffer day in and day out but at once take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, a woman's remedy for nrnmnn'a ilia. If job want special advice Trrlte to XJlg PfeSCf iDtiOll DlUg Aijuia um.iataasa iuiuiliuu vv deotial) Lynn, Mass. Tour letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held In strict confidence. Main Street i Pharmacy Store. VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE OR RENT. A six room house, 108 Morehead Avenue, for sale or rent April 1, 1914. Apply to MR. W. H. ROGERS Duke Building. Under the slogan sign PHONE 641 l'e deliver fhe goods r. so HOSE L K03B Architects. rnist Bide. Fourth Floo Durham, If. 0. Pkoat7C3. - r. n. a aiTTiNa Practice Limited te tsaeraf wrsery. ' Office Practice and Csnnrutlsita om Hswra: l:u U 4 a, ss. I to 7 P. as. S4 uk yyM 'HA5NT FAILED YET" Sold at ALL DRUG STORES -m- DR." II. L. COINER. Office Practice and Cectrtc-Thars Peutica, 509 Duke buOtHnfr ft. 4. TEA QUE. M. 0. B. W. PAMETT. Ma. R Eye, Sar. Nose and Thornt end nt- Cng of Glasses. t: a. ss, to f ss. Tmm ill, sTeaCenee in 10 and 25c Packages JOSEPH GRAHAM. M. t3- Surtery. Diseases of Women Offloe PrscUce aad ConsuluUoa. Fin lir- 11 m tt 1 n rm M m m. to C p. so. Booms 40S-S. Loan A Trait Bid Sale of Corsets Is a Live issue, and me-tverv woman mm be Interested In. ' r . ' ' ' There Is no use for us to pile up evidence on top of evidence, to. prove ' . fche superiority of the Warner's corsets, that's been done long since by thousands of delighted women all over the United States, people who know a good thing when they ee it The Pries How Read Like This: 11.00 Corsets are now.-... . $1.50 Corsets ore now.... . $2.00 Corsets are now.;.. . ?2.50 Corsets arenow.... $3.00 Corsets are now. . . . .G9 . .98 .$1.19 .$1.50 .$1.89 Are You Ready for a Genuine Bargain? Then Read Some More. (prsecs- Linens at Reduced Prices. 27-inch Cotton and Linen This It- a good chance for every body to buy colored checked lineaj, that are first class In every respect. Pine smooth weave; and guoranteed fast colors all washable materials. 27 inches wide all pure linen, that sold for, 50c a yard, and now being sold for the small price of ?9c a yard. Ia rose checked and blue check ed. Po icle Suiting. Just two shades in this sale, Tan " . Mixed and Blue mixed. There is end to the wearing qualities. It' is ?:so very sty'Ish goods. The price of this goods is 39c and now it is on sale ot 25c. 32-inch Crash Suiting A splendid wearing material. In three shades', Blue, Rose and Hel'o. This is ai good fabric for two piece suits, extra skirts and many other ;;ses. It washes just like a piaca o.' domet'c, and will come out of the tub better than before. The price Is 19c a yord, the spe cial price for this sale is 12 1 -2c a yard. What About Your New Easter Hat. There is no other house that d's p'.ays the rich classy i suits you see here. Lovely creations Paris in cpired, com ntr from the greatest ar '"' tisj in America. II J I Fancy Maine Grown IRISH COBBLER RED BLISS WHITE .BLISS Pride of the South Irish Po tateB, 25c peck. $2.50 per sack. We get them by the car load. You get the price THE DURHAM SEED HOUSE ' 106 Parrish Street V Wa. hay by the ear load; we get th best l l 6 hkiWmW fell I 0 I I ft ALL OLE for POAL ft. H. C SATTERPI LLM Sweee Oet!s. OCee.Ttrst Kstieaj Bnnk 0Tri Oftice at the Durham Granite Company Phone 554 F YOU ONLY KNEW HOW MUCH - easier it would be wlh the proper utensils and many labor saving devices Iti our stock you mould hot af tempt the iob until you purchased them. Step ladders, white wash brushes, tack hammers, brooms, mops and every neces sary article at tho most reasonable prices. vVl At this time you always need picture ' hooks--and wire, nobs, screws, brackets and other numerous articles which you will find in our store. , See Us Betoie House Cleaning T me. - Pollard Biro's. HARDWARE M2Z anaanaaoonnnnatrn a DR. t, DACE ITPHERSON, HDD a Eye. Baz. Nose. Throat. 6 a Glasses Fitted. . a a OCee Boars: ttolaadStelS a phoae sex. a aanaaaaaaaaaaaaa irs A SPLEND4D SPORT- 1 .- j-v to ride one of our new model btcyctear They run so easily aad smoothly. you 'can. To see them' to to vast one, oecause iney nave every gooa po'nt a. bicycle should have. Tenant' oca is to buy one, for our priced are" so raaeoosble that you caa ride one of our bicycles at lees ' thaa the coat of waOdac ( ; S. E ROCHEILE , ACAOiinr or itfi. :

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