The Raleigh Times from Raleigh, North Carolina on August 7, 1912 · Page 8
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The Raleigh Times from Raleigh, North Carolina · Page 8

Raleigh, North Carolina
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Wednesday, August 7, 1912
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THE RALEIGH TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1912. Prja-lnyentory" Cents Off (N On Every Ajj) "Will close now in short time. Don't miss this opportunity to secure Bargains The Biggest Stock of Furniture in the city. We want to reduce it before taking our inventory. After looking around come here last Save ONE DOLLAR out of EVERY FIVE and be satisfied in the end. High class goods at money saving prices. men who desire . OX XUJ.OA JjLlJ J. J.J.J-IO BUILT to their own measure from their own choice of best wool fabric SHOULD LOOK INTO THEEXCEPTIONAL MERITS OF MURRAY TAILORING-. Come in and look our woolens over. You will find what you have long wished for. . saBuasuBUBBBsaBBaMaBaBiBnsMMi MURRAY TAILORING COMPANY "Quality Higher 105 FayetteviUe St. $3.00 NEW DRUG STORE 106 W. MARTIN STREET. Just below the Bland Hotel. Open now and ready to serve the public FIXTURES AND STOCK NEW AND MODERN. JAS. I. JOHNSON. PRICES ARE M ELTING This weather you'll need an extra summer suit and you can have it at an extra low price. We've "melted" the prices on all Kuppen-heimer and Hart Schaffner and Marx Summer Suits. They're going fast at the following figures: . Straw Hats 1-2 Pfice $25.00 Suits $22.50 Suite $20.00 Suits $18.00 Suits J. ROSENGARTEN CO. 214 FAYETTEVILLE STREET. SUMMER STYLES Than Price." Phone No. 147. III The Reason That we can fit you in this handsome ..white "Egyptian Ch)th"; Pump, is that we have just received a new "supply,- and. have 'all sizes: u;i.iaa ....$18.75 Silk Shirts $1,75 Pajamas 25 par-Cent . . . .$16.88 ....$15.00 ....$13.50 ORIKO Y. Bl. C. fl. Impressive Ceremonies Attend Dedication of New LOCKE CRAIG SPEAKS Democratic Nominee for Governor Makes Address in Which He Points Out Responsibilities of Christian People Grandmaster McKoy anil Mnsonn Lay Corner stone Many Articles Deposited. The cornerstone of RaleiRh'g Y. M. C. A. building, corner of Edenton and Wilmington streets, was lait yesterday evening by the officers of the North Carolina grand lodge of Masons in the presence of an audi ence oi earnest people. The Hon. Locke Craig of Asheville, democratic candidate for governor, delivered the address, his sneeeh being in th nature of an uplift. The exercises were held both at the building and in cap! to 1 square. ai ine Duuamg urand Master W. B. iMcKoy announced the opening ode, "The Old North State." which v sung by a choir composed of Mrs. James Briggs, Miss Margaret Allen, Mrs. m. w. Kellogg, Mrs. Charles Lee Smith, Miss Emily Walker, Miss Alice Willson, Dr. Hubert Royster. Messrs. Len n Honrtt Ashby Baker and William Sawyer. Grand Treasurer Leo D. Heartt, who was introduced, ntnrvul unHor the stone many documents that will prove interesting in the wars in come. Copies of Raleigh newspa pers, statements of the condition of banks and other matters were deposited. The officers of th ersnrl ioage men tested the stone, found it perfect and the elements of DlentV Were dashed tinnn th unna Grand Master McKoy then spoke of the similitude between Masonry and ine mristian brotherhood, he saying that so Ions as the nracticea nf the Y, M. C. A. are such as they are, the association will always find a friend In Masonry. The assemblage men adjourned to capitol square. In Capitol Square. Mr. Carey J. Hunter, chairman of the general committee, presented Kev. J. H. Swann. who offered a Draver. after which tho hnir rendered "The Son of Man Goes Forth to War." Mr. G. C. Hunting ton oi Charlotte, interstate secretary, next made a few appropriate remarks. Mr. Craie was presented hv Mr B. R. Lacy, state treasurer, nn a man known by every person in North Carolina. The Hnpakpr then told how it was the mission of Chris tians to help a brother upward, pointing out how the Y. M. C. A. is one of the agencies in this urcnt cause. He, spoke feelingly and elo quently, trequently causing the audience to break forth into aD- plause. The following is a cnmnlntA list of the articles placed in the corner stone: , List in Cornerstone. List of the general rnmm'lMeo nnH the building committee of the Ral eigh association. Constitution and by-laws of the Raleigh association. Prospectus of the Ualeiirh hnilrf. ing. . Program of the exercises nf thp cornerstone laying. List Of the churches nf Ralnlrh and the pastors of each. List of the state, county and city officials. List of the public institutions of the city. Publications of the chamber of commerce. Publications of real estate and insurance companies. Publications of the state superintendent of schools, Secretary of state's report. Statements of the local banks. Report of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. Report of the Grand Lodge of Masons. Pocket manuel of the Historical Society of North Carolina. Report of the commissioner of labor and printing. Report of the commissioner of agriculture. Current issue of the local newspapers. Silver coin of the current year. Prospectus of the Blue Ridge' Association for Christian Conference. Statement of the work, of the inter-state committee of North and South Carolina. I Almost Lost His Life. S. A. Stld, of Mason, Mich., will never forget bis terrible exposure to a merciless storm. "It gave me a dreadful cold," he writes, "that caused severe pains in my chest, so it was bard for me to breathe. A neighbor gave me several doses of Dr. King's New Discovery wbl ;h brought great relief. The doctor said I was on the verge of pneumonia, but to continue with the Discovery. I did so and two bottles completely cured me." Use only this quick, safe, reliable medicine for coughs, colds, or any throat or lung trouble. Price SOc and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Klng-Crowell Drug Co. '....'' 1 For All the News from Every where all the time Read The Raleigh limes. 1 CORRECT SOLUTION , OF THE PUZZLE The problem published in The Times last Monday, for which the Hart-Ward Hardware Company of fered a dollar knife for the first solution has been worked on by more than a hundred Raleigh people and a number from outside points. The replies continue to come in, although the first correct solution was received from Miss Ada Green of Cary. Mr. Charles Hart says that be has received only eight correct solu tions and that it would be a joke on some of the teachers, engineers and scientists as well as a few law. yera abouVtoWn If he told how far they missed it. The problem was as follows: If a merchant has a selling ex Dense of 22 percent and desires to make ten percent net profit, what price must be charged for an article that costs him 11.00. The easiest way to work it Is by simple algebra. Let x represent the number of cents charged for tne article at retail. The selling expense Dlus the net profit represents 3Z nercent of the selling price or 32 one-hundredths of x. The cost plus the profit and expense is equal to the selling price. Theretore iuu Dlus 32 one-hundredths of x is equal to x. Solving this equauon x is equal to practically 147 or i.4, the price to be charged tor tne article. . To prove that this is correct, 3 percent of $1.47 is 47 cents, which represents the amount added to the article costing a dollar to cover the selling expense and profit. IMPROVEMENTS ON A. AND M. CAMPUS At the. Agricultural and Mechan- Innl Pnlleee a new driveway is being constructed extending southward from the Hlllsboro road to a point a little south of the small dormi- tnrlon which are near the railways. This driveway will be twenty feet wide and will pass by- tne east siae of the textile building and in front of the new dining hall and the Y. M. C. A. building. The force which Is building this road will also grade and , prepare for grass the place u-hero the first Dowerhouse of the college stood, this building having been erected in 1889 and navinfe heen recently torn down. The ola wooden building, which was the first dairy and which stood in the rea of the Pullen memorial building hat been removed, to make way for the new driveway above referred to. The basement of the Pullen building has been used as a dining hall, but It nnw becomes the armory and drill hall, and what has been the kitchen In rear of it will temporarily be used as a foundry. F.irellent Drogress is being made on the Y. M. C. A. building and th dining hall is nearly completed. Has Killed 99 Rats. Mr. J. D. Thompson, who lives at 222 South Bloodworth street, is an enthusiast on the subject of destroying the big Norway rats which so infest Raleigh, and which are doing so much damage. This year he has caught 99 and hoped this morning to find another in his trap, to make an even 100. One of the rats he has caught was as large as a small cat not a kitten. Creditors Meet. There will be a meeting of the creditors of Woollcott Dry Goods Company, recently adjudged bank rupt, before v. H. Boyden, reteree, in the federal court rooms, at 10 o'clock tomorrow, Thursday, morn- lng. "Buy It In Raleigh." Announcements. For County Commissioner. At the earnest solicitation of my friends, I have derided to be a candidate for County Commissioner from the Northern section of Wake County subject to the Democratic Primary to be held In August. ROY H. MITCHELL, Wake Forest. N. C. For Constable. I am a candidate for nomination as constable of Raleigh township, subject to the action of the democratic voters. If the people of Raleigh approve my efforts to enforce law, their support will be appreciated. D. R. BYRUM. For Constable. I am a candidate for constable of Raleigh township, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. Sixteen years' service as a police officer qualifies me for this work, I will appreciate your support BOB CONRAD. m. w. f. to aug. 31. : To the Public. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of county commissioner' for Wake county, subject to the action of the democratic primary to be held the 31st day of August, 1912. JOHN A. MILLS. Cd to 8-31 . To the Public I bereby announce my candidacy for the office of county' commission r for Wake county, subject to the action of the democratic primary to be beld on the 31st day of August, 1912. EUGENE C. BEDDINOFIELD. d to 8-31 If you want to know what your neighbors are doing, and what's happening all over the world, read The Raleigh Times. BULL 1ESE ARE TO MEET Roosevelt Crowd to Hold Convention In Auditorium August 24 It Is the Bull Meese and not the republicans who are to hold a county convention in the auditorium August 24. Chairman W. J. Andrews of the regular republican organization has not called a meeting of the republicans and has not signified any Intention of holding a convention until the state republican convention meets. The call for the convention waa issued by Mr. Lester F. Butler; chairman of the irregular organization, which is now thought to be the Roosevelt party in Wake county. It will be remembered that the state republican convention and the national : convention declined to Tecognize the Butler organization in Wake county, the national convention seating the delegates from the Andrews or regular conven tion. It will be interesting to watch the progress of the Roosevelt -crowd in this county. It is certain that the old line republicans will not af filiate with thenl and that they will resiBt every effort to . Rooseveltize the republican party in this section. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature C. B. DENSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Probate Practice a Specialty. MONEY TO LEND OX CITY REAL ESTATE. .' Phone S07-R. Office 3, Capital Club Building. &mb. NEWEST A TYPE ¬ FACES Just Installed The Best Paper Stock on the market Attractive Booklets, Distinctive Stationery ; Catalogues, Magazines and hooks. Latest Thoughts in thb Abt. "Follow the Style" in Printing. It Will pay. Capital City Phone 284. Commercial Printing Co. 112-114 East Hargett Street GROCERIES Of QUALITY Phone Us Your Order. or your next order of Tea and Coffee. They are fine. Both Phones. RUDY & BUFF ALOE 108 HARGETT ST. RALEIGH, N. O. MONEY TO LEND In Wake County Only. ta 'looms 18-10, Pullen Building, City. On Either Real or Personal Security. Seventy NE ' V .A J They are not old stock or shop worn clothes but just as good styles as any you can buy. at the regular prices. If you can be fitted you get a real bargain. No bluff or fake. Come in the store look them over, they are all hanging in one cabinet, Marked in plain figures, at Half the Marked Price. This is an opportunity to acquire a 0. & L. Suit of clothes at a price which affords a large measure of economy on intrinsic values. ABSOLUTELY CASH SALE Vv. Summer Bargains Special Prices will prevail on on FRAMED PICTURES, MIRRORS, ELECTROLIERS, and all NOVELTIES daring July. Buy now and save about half. ELLINGTON'S ART STORE, RALEIGH, N. 0. PRINTING That Satisfies. PRICES To Suit. Mitchell Printing Co., C. E. Mitchell. C. C. Phono 827-M. Pullen Bldg. THE COOLEST SPOT IN RALEIGH IS THE DINING ROOM EVERY DELICACY OF THE - SEASON. Sea Foods received dally and guaranteed to be perfect. The Newest of the New Lota of new goods have come in and it will be a pleasure to have you call and let us show you the new things. Mercerized Ottomans and Ratine . . . Super ba Poplins and Crepes ....... 36 inch Percales and Cambrics . . . . . Ouata Silks and Mercerized Poplins . New line Galiteas and Cotton Serges New Thomson's Glove fitting Corsets . , New Fall Patterns and Fashion Books, 10 and 15c. Fashion Book, 20c, with coupon good for any Pattern In Stock Sheets Free. Write for Samples. HUNTER-RAND COMPANY C .0 .Phone 274. Raleigh 54. RALEIGH, N. C. HADILLAC MOTOR CARS M 1913 Deliveries Begin in August. Wait for Them. Carolina Cadillac company, 417-419 FAYETTEVILLE ST. RALEIGH, N. C. The Whole Family Reads The Raleigh Times. - Five Men's Suits ON SALE AT HALF PRICE CROSS & LINEIIAN , . THE CLOTHIERS. KONS tJy I " GYRAFANS EMERSON FANS Everything Electrical. Carolina Electrical Company. 223 S. Salisbury Street. HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES ICE HATCHETS AND PICKS, RAT TRAPS, Three Kinds. SCREEN DOORS and FLY PAPER. GASOLINE STOVES and CHAR COAL FURNACES. LAWN HOSE and SPRINKLERS, STEP LADDERS and WALL TINTS and a hundred other just as useful articles. Phone M. C. C. L. W. BOWDEN, 120 E. Martin St. Raleigh. ......... ...$25c ...... ISO - . . . .... ...... .10c ......... .i. . .auc . 15c SOc and $1.00 Price of Patterns, CO. ALL ALTERATIONS CHARGED FOR iv ; v'r m

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