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Fair tonight and tomarr^pr.
Light variable winds.
A WAHT AD IK
DISTIL* RIIIXG REPORTS BROUGHT
TO El, PASO REGARDING PATE
' < ? '
OP 9 AMERICAN CITIZENS.
HAVE DRlVflToUT GARRISON
Bandits Now Appear to Have the
Upper Hand. General Slaughter
Started at Parral. Men Are Well
Eqalpped with Arms and Ammuni
(By United Press)
El Paso, Nov. 3. ? Anxiety is felt
here over th?"safety of nine Ameri
cans, who were at Parral at the time
of the attack upon that city by Villa.
Further reports from Chihuahua
City, relative to the capture of the
town,, are the cause for this anxiety.
Confirmation of rumors that the
Americans were killed, has not yet
One report received here stated
that Villa entered F-arrai and pro
ceeded to start a wholesale murder
of the citizens in that town, sparing
neither women nor children... His
soldiers are said to be in complete
conLrel of that sectlor. of the coun
try. Carranza forces havo moved
northward. It Is believed that Villa
will move hiB men again tomorrow,
bent on new captures. He now num
bers ever 5,000 soldiers among his
followers and all of those appear to
be well equipped with arms and am
New York, Nov. 3. ? "Handsome"
George Bush, was arrested today
charged with" impersonating federal
officers and exhorting $18,000 from
J. J. Klein,. A Baltimore banker, on
the fraudulent claim that he coulf
hush up Klein's vlBlt to Atlantic City
with a woman last summer. Accord
ing to the police, Hush, w!th ano'ho:
man, broke in upon Klein at Atlan
tic City and took him and the wo
man to Philadelphia, but agreed to
hush op the matter upon payment of
Cornell vs. Carneglo Tech at
Harvard vs. Virginia at Cambridge
Princeton vs. Bucknell at Prince
Yale vs. Colgate at New Haven.
Dartmouth vs. Syracuse at 8prlng
Army vs. aiotre Dame at West
Navy vf #fcshlngt?ti and Lee at
* Pittsburgh vs. Allegheny at Pitts
Amherst vs. Trinity at Amherst.
Colby vs. Bates at Watervllle.
Connecticut Aggies vs. New Hamp
shire at fttofrs.
George Washington vs. Urslnus st
Washington. ? .
TO IE CHOI IT SCM
Will He Kdd Nomnbtr IB* 16 ?ad
IT. An*a*laf for Art Exhibit.
The Washington High School 1b
plsnnlig three stereoptlcon lectures
on Palestine and Syria which are to
be giyon by Norman A. (Baldwin on
the afternoon of November IS. 16
and 17. Mr. Baldwin lived with the
people over In Palestine, Syria, and
North Africa for more than three
years, and his lectures are Bald to be
very lntertaining. A large crowd Is
expected to be otit to hear them. The
admission will be S and 10 cents.
To Have Art Exhibit,
The school is contemplating having
the Elson art exhibit on' December
IS. They will have aboqj^tt^nl^li'e
world's most famous plctmfaN'.jfJf
the money raised, less expenses, if ill
be used for the purchasei^ WOTres
for the school. v :t
Starting Military Training.
The school has recently started a
military training organisation which
is composed of 135 members. The
organization is composed of one ba
talllon which Is divided into three
companies and they are subdivided
into eight squads. Each squad gets
Its regular period for training every
day. All the squads assemble on
the campus to take part in the ''set
ting-tip" exercise which is given ev
HADE MISTAKE IN
Much interest is now being mani
fested in tl\e development of Hyde
county and the prospect for opening
that section through railroad trans
There appears to be a general sen
timent that it will not be long be
Tore work On the railroad will begin.
The company which originally con
templated a road through Hyde
seemB to have been unable to finance
the project. It is hinted on good
authority, however, that another
company 1b contemplating buying
out the Interests of the first company
and going ahead with the work.
The Mattamuskeet project is an
othea, matter of considerable discus
sion .\ ft. has been stated that the de
veloping" company made two big
mistakes in their work of draining
the lake. The first was in digging
fthe canals before the water was out
of the lake. This will necessitate
the digging of new canalf. ^ We
ond was In locating their experimen
tal farm on a sand banfc end on
GENERAL CODORNA 18 READY TO
STRIKE DEATH BIjOW AGAINST
Tint AUSTRIAN FORCES.
Ravq Again Important
Town* and Are la Control of Ball
jV i A**** Fal1 ?* I>aolno,
, . Trtoito Will Be In Great Danger.
l* (By United Preaa)
Rome, Nov. S. ? Consecutive mores
by the Italian Infantry against Aus
tria lines south of Gorltx In one or
the most powerful blows since Italy
entered the war, follow up the sue
' cesses southwest of Gorltz. The
Italians have occupied a second time
the Coritr-Vogarako railway and are
battling for the heights near Kemp
rllese. Further south the Italians
have advanced a mile east of Cop
pechiamlits. The Austrian defense
has been pulverised by Intense bom
bardment. The attacking infantry
have rounded up many dazeu Austri
an soldiers. Tho battle 1b extending
southward to the Adriatic and an at
tack is being made northwest of
Dulno, an Important railway center.
It is considered by some to be the
key to Trieste. It is believed that
Codorna is preparing to strike a
A meeting of the Chautauqua Lit
erary and Scientific Circle will be
held tomorrow night In the rooms of
the public library. AH members are
especially urged to be present at this
meeting and visitors will be welcome.
8UB8CRIBE TO THE DAILY NKW8
what was undoubtedly the poorest
tract of soil in all that which has I
been reclaimed. A huge expense Is
still attached to the development of
the lake. About 1,400 acres It Is
understood has already been sold in
small tracts. A large number of
homeseekers will visit that section
within the next thirty days and it Is
believed that they will take up some
of the land.
c. w. MM
Ropubllcan candidate for Tnuwn of Beaufort county, whe I* mak
in< a strobe campaign and who hw many frlenda la aranr McttM ?( U?
comity. ,"I ?oltctt th? aupfort of all votera and If HkM I n?mk? I*
giro the people of Beaafort coaaty, a fair and Impartial airli t r wa?
tM MMomallt made by Mr. Suae on Ida announcement at candidate 3
Both Hughes and Wilson
Ate Winding up Car^^.gn
NEW YORK GIVES
Hit. WILSON GREAT
(By United Pre *s>* 1
Now York. Nov. ** ? Thrilled and
inspired by the wfld-^relcome given
hlra in New York city. President
Wilson today sailed from here on
the presidential yacht Mayflower en
route for Shadow Lawn. The city
fought, screamed, bellowed, elbowed,
roared, Jammed and hlp-hip-hooray
ed Its greeting. Two of the most
enormous crowds that ever entered
Madison Square Qarden, fought and
cursed their way into that building
and Into Cooper Union last night to
hear Mr. Wilson on his first campaign
The roar and bus* In the massive
Qarden drowned out the President's
words, while the blatant bandB out
side added to the din. Fourteen or
fifteen thousand persons packed the
buildings. Twenty-three thousand
Tammanyltes paraded Fifth Avenue.
The polico estimate that at least
seventy-five thousand persons joined
In welcoming Mr. Wilson here. The
demonstration was the most enthu
siastic ever given a presidential can
didate and the president expressed
himself as delighted with the recep
tion accorded him. His lieutenants
also are elated over the showing that
Mr. Wilson made during his trip
through the State.
GET ELECTION RETURNS
ON TUESDAY NIGHT
Citizens of Beaufort county
will hare an unusual opportunity
for securing the results of na
tional. state and county tickets
on Tuesday night. These returns
will be announced at the court
house and everyone Is Invited to
attend. The Dally New? has
msde arrangements with the
Postal Telegrsph Company for
this reature service. The first
returns will probably begin com
ing In shortly after seven o'
WILL KNIGHT MARRIED
Former Local Boy Joined Ranks of
Benedict* Wednesday Afternoon
at Penn.xprove, Jf. J.
Wednesday afternoon at four o'
clock. Will Knight, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. L. Knight of this city, was
married to MisB Chlora Baker at the
Episcopal church In Pennsgrove, N.
J. The couple will make their home
In Pennsgrove after returning from
their* bridal tour.
Miss Baker's father la head of the
electrical department In the Dupont
mills at Wilmington. Delaware. Mr.
Knight has been away from Wash
ington over a year and Ib now em
ployed at Pennsgrove.
Big Fair at Relhaven
Draws Large Crowds
W!th a displaj of exhibits that was j
rdmired by all who saw them and j
with an attendance of thousands of
visitors from eevry part of the coun
ty the first annual community fair
closed at Belhaven yesterday evening.
The project proved to be a decided
success in every way and the many
attractions were thoroughly enjoyed
by the large number present.
The live stock display consisted of
some splendid specimens of mules,
horses, colts, hogs, chickens, turkeys,
geese and ducks. There was an es
pecially good display of different
variety of chickens.
The crop booths, which adjoined
the live stock exhibits, showed to ad
vantage some of the resources of the
Belhaven section. There were huge
sweet potatoes, squash, pumpkins,
splendid showing of corn, peas, hay. !
cotton, tobacco, apples, etc. Mr. Fred [
Latham had what was probacy th' |
display In both the^Hve stock
and the crop exhibits.
feature or the fair was un
?f*lonably the women's display.
1:* waa held in a separate hall and
was Inspected by largo crowds during
the entire day. A large display of
needlecraft. fancy-work of all kinds,
quilts, comforts, counterpanes, etc.,
i ado ned the walls. On one side there
was a magnificent collection of an
tique^ fating back almost two hun
dred years and priceless in value.
Thero were old revolutionary guns,
wheels, knee buckles worn
by Cornwall is, clothing over one hun
dred years old, antique silver and
jewelry and many household uten
sils, handed from generation 4o gen
eration. There waa also 4 b&ndsomo
woodea picture frame, carved by
PrssMUat Wilson when he waa a boy,
which attracted much attention!
Th* collection of preeerraa took op
the entire center of the hall, and
j-iras most complete in every way. A
most tempting display of cakes, can
dfliii b^ead and butter also testified
to ilk* ability of the housewives in
the Belhaven section. The floral die
play consisted of some beautiful
"Jrtsce# itf oils, pen and Ink and water
WforiT*' ' All of the pictures were
dra^tt by local talent. They werfe all
$Atoc& admired. The lad Lee' depart
ment of the ?a1r was a aource of
mum admiration and thero wore'
many congratulations bestowed upon '
those who had helped to arrange for
the beautiful showing. Among those
who were prominently engaged In
the work were Mrs. H. R. Way, Mrs.
Fred Latham. Mrs. Bullock and many
The dlBplay of school work in the
school building also attracted a large
number. The exhibi. of penmanship,
drawing, etc.. was exceptionally good
A big parade of school children,
waving flags and carrying banners,
took place at noon. There were also
two handsome floats In the parade,
one representing an old log cabin,
and the other being In the form of a
big Bhoe, with a crowd of Pantego
school children Inside and with P. H.
Johnson driving. Races were hifd
during the afternoon and thcro were
some extremely close contests among
It was a big event for Belhaven
and one that is calculated to do that
3ectlon Immeasurable benefit. Plans
'or next year's fair are already being
-llacusaed and with the showing madt 1
this year, those behind tho move
ment are confident that next year's
fair will be many times larger than
the display this year.
ASSISTANT RECTOR HERE
Rev. M. C. Daughtrey, of Cape
Charles, has arrived in the city to
assume his duties as assistant rector
of St. Peter's church. Mr. Daughtrey
will conduct the services Sunday A
public reception will be given In his
honor at the rectory on Monday
"THE OR1P OP EVIL" ANT)
KKYHTONK OOMBDY TOWIGHT
No better serial has ever been pre
sented at the New Theatre than "Tho
Grip of Evil." Another episode Is to
be exhibited tonight. In addition to
this high class picture there will be
another of tho?? laughable Keystone
Triangle comedies entitled. "His
Wife's MlstatM," with ratty Arbnekle
as the leading artist.
THAT HE WILL WIN
OUT NEXT TUESDAY
I By United Press)
Hudson, N. Y.. Nov. 3. ? When |
Charles E. Hughes reaches New York j
city tonight. his tour for votes in
the coming election will be complet
ed. He will have traveled thirty
thousand miles and it is estimated
(hat he haa been seen by one-third
jf the voters In the United States in
the most comprehensive and nerve
racking oral Marathon for votes that
my presidential candidate hjia ever
With the exception of Ave days,
the nominee has been continuously
stumping since August 5. He hut
spoken in thfTty-two states and has
been as far north an Bangor, Me., as
far south as Nashville, Tenn.. and as
far west as the Pacific slopes. !!<?
conducted his campaign in the first
special deluxe train ever Introduced
Into American politics. He is com
pleting his tour in perfect physical
Mr. Hughes stated this morning
that he was more than pleased with
the results of his campaigning and
that he felt sure of a Republican vic
tory next Tuesday.
Toddy to Spring Something.
Buffalo, N. V., Nov. 3. ? Colonoi
Roosevelt promised an "entirely new
spcech with a kick In it." when ho
appears in Cooper Union. New York
City, tonight. He will approach ^
Americanism from a new angle. The i
colonel was particularly denunciatory!
in his criticism of President Wilson. I
Bryan and Secretary of War Baker j
MEETING AT GILEAD
Last night there was a great gath
ering of Democrats at Gllead, includ
ing many ladles. Cupt. Geo. II. Hill
entertained the crowd for three
quarters of an hour, preachinc the
Gospel truth of Democracy. J. scpH
F. Tayoe spoke for an hour ? d a
half taking up the National an.' *ate
Issues ond showing the great a: iuunt
of constructive legislation pa sr. <1 by
tho Democratic administration hich
has been helpful to the farmers <uch
las the Farmers Land Bank act. Stor
age Warehouse act. Federal Aid to
eood roads. Ship Purchase hill and
the Federal Reserve banking r t.
This meeting was pronounced by
ill present as the greatest Democrat
:c awakening that has ever been held
In that section. The people of this
community have a splendid school
house and it was filled to overflow
MUCH MAIL BROUGHT
BY THE DEUTSCHLAND
Washington. Nov. 3. ? Ambassador
BsrnstorfT spent today ploughing
through eight hundred pounds of
mall brought to the United States by
the submarine Deutsrhland.
rk<y>X!> pricks for
POTATOK8 NKXT Y K.I It
Whlli the price of potntor>R
high thin spring, It will be
even higher next year, according
to the prediction made by 4o?
?f the county'* moat prominent
eitlsena thin morning.
It la atated that there are
practically no old potatoes An<l
that by the time th*> farmers of
this aertlon g*t ready to put
their crop on the market tfxl
?Prlng, there will be practically
a famine In potfttoea. SI* or
?even dollars, and poaalbly more
will he $aM* p*r barrel.
I A PITCHED RATTLE IlETWKEN
| HOY A LISTS AM) ICEYOLtTIOff
1STS THREATENED TODAY.
HAVE DRIVEN OUT GARRISON
Forres of Yenizelos II old the Upper
Hand nt I'rewnl. King CocLstim
tine Has Onleied these Troopa to
be Attacked til Unco.
1 By t" hi tod 1'rtVH)
London. Nov. ,1 ? A pitched battle
h' lwoeu tiu> Gvix-1: Royalists and the
lt-voh:tionistfl :& 'mmfnent unless
! Jic allied troop- o: Salonika Inter
vene Immediutt ly. Knur thousand
Royalists were within thirty miles of
Katerlne when WnizeJos" soldiers
I drove the Royal^t carrison from the
(town. Alliens d>p:tirhes report that
jKlnjr Constantino h...- ordered these
roups attar!; cd inmiodh'.i- !y. The
Venlii-los force that took K.iterine is
heinn rein'" ore?! fr'Mii Salonika and
well supplied with artillery. It
j* boliewd t ! : t if a b:?*tle is fought
nt KaterSno ir ?? 31 In :< P'-n
eral enpnpei'ient. and pinnae Greece
luto civil war.
(By Un! Presa)
Brrlin. Nov. 2. ? Soul Invest of
Predeal and ""v.ihe.i'-i of the Red
Tower !?.>*-. M, T--!urjrt have ad
vanced ami -jIhk tl.> eneay.
Thoy have c.'i,.!-: n.n. ?? t ' . ,:i 3T?
Iliiinnnu.n- . i-fir ! : r, -r 1m \i- ??. . ?1
statement. fir. A h !? ?:.- fa ont
? in the south T ? ? M.'.-.-.n r;rc:;on.
| the Rumanian ii ' r ? !:.-? \v:e repulsed.
No other even*- <? :i pr.tanre have
taken place i;i !'? II: > ri^
CONFERENCE AT PARMELE
I Will Itr* II. -I I 2 1 ?'???. Rhdi
| op Bristol In Preside Over
IKerx i? ?'*.
The nine Rlde.e VMntlr Annual
'Conferenrr. /?f 1! M<"h<idifil Episco
pal rhurrh will Vfld at Pnrmele
I November 21 21. R!ehr>p Frank M.
Flrlstol will preside. Many peoplo
jore expected to lie In n'te&dance at
' thin eonferen<*i\
"TUB OF KVIL"
TIm* l>"ii ??' all serial plettirofe
K^ynlon" Trifin?lp f'omodjr
?IIIH H'lPK'H MIST \KIP*
Jntrivliiclne KiHv Arbuckle
Two Rfili'l rrrl* nf fun
AIMtlRHlON nr nn<1 fbt
Show Rfnrl* At 7:4!? nharp
Mntlnro daily n t 4 p. m.
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