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THB RANKS O? THE BEST CIT
NUMEROUS OUTBREAKS HAVE
FOLIX>WBD THE DEPORT A
TIOX8 OP MEN INTO
endre crrT revolts
gfr of.lwalnc* Attack Railroad
SUtloa and l>o Much Violence.
German Commiuulant Threatens to
Pnnlsh All the People.
(By United Press)
AMSTERDAM. ? Two months' Im
prisonment Is the punishment meted
out by German authorities to the
Belgian deportees- who refuse to do
the work that their captors demand
according to tho notfsfc&per. "Echo
Belfe." ^ -v ?
The population of the Belgtan city
of Lesslnes openly revolted at the de
portation orders. They attacked the
railway station, smashing wlndowi
and doing other damage. They wen
finally driven off by a detachment of
Oerman soldiers. There have been
numerous riots In other parts of Bel
gium, but in every case the rioters
have been dispersed by the soldiers.
Many havo been kfled and wounded
in theso battles. 'The Gorman com
mandant has threatened to punlBh
thtfWboR^rowmunlty of Lesslnes for
the- outbreak In that city.
FRENCH TAKE CHARGE
OE GREEK STATION
(By United Press)
ATHENS. ? Following the various
outbreaks that have been occurring
recently, the French marines today
assumed charge of the Peloponnelus
SANTE Ft CASE
(By United Press)
?CHATTANOOGA. TENN. ? Two
mtn today held up Fred Cornlelson,
a Southern express" drfver and are
reported to have obtained as high as
$40,000. Cornlelson reported the
robbery when he staggered through
the door of the Express company of
fice a little later. He Is being held
for future Investigation. The money
was being shipped to southern banks.
AYDtN TO GET A
BOX FACTORY AND
Progressive Little Town In Pitt
County is Making Some Dig
AY DEN. N. C.? With car loads of
material dally arriving and plan9
rapidly assuming shape in the con
struction of buildlhgs for -the . box
.'actory and veneering plant to bo lo
cated in this city, conditions around
the location^ where the* old Ay den
Lumber Company was formerly sit
uated are at the present time taking
3n a very lively appearance, and
prospects at this time predict that It
will not be very long before the con
duction work will be rapidly under
Information as to the charactcr of
the new plants has just been obtain
ed from an authentic source, and
:he car loads of material for the
construction work that is dally ar
riving gives Btrenj^tJi tp. the fact that
the now enterprises are to be a sure
thing, and not of the imaginary char
ter as was one ..me thought. The
fr$i?oipal promoters of the enter
prises are conn ected-. with the old
Ayden Lumber Company, and It Is
stated that more definite Informa
tion will bo obtainable from head
quarters at a later date.
The box factory and veiteering
plant combined will command a three
and one-half acre floor space, and
will employ from three to five hun
RECEIVES WORD OE
DEATH OF AUNT
Mm. Winifred E. Campbell, Former
ly of This County, Died at
J. 8. Campbell today received
of the death of his auni, Mrs. Wfitf-*
fred B. Campbell, who died at Troy;
Ohio. Mrs. Campbell suffered frofflfl
heart trouble for some time and thft
was the cause of her death.
bora at Bath. N. March ?, 18S8.
She ..left North Carolina about : #0
yeariflftgo. She Is survived By thtfse
chlimi. f ho all live in Ohio;
brottBT. Wjfff. Campbell, of-*e* a
ttta.flgg a nephew. J.' SHCampbelfc'of
thin ft. y t-X*
rum ?ron nrmtn.Mmori.ANB*
TO SB OrHNID TonAV.-i! *1
"iM , , Irni r: " Uij'So v
(by Cnlt?4 ?nu> ?
WASmflOfOU.? VTh? ??? <U?Mt
meil today opaaad btdq ?orr the tor
tr-alKht military' trdttHupoptaaaa.
"fcrtwa r.iT^o frqm >11.00ftto fit, 000
It f rwwUf ,4B, affaad to
fafhatr mlfea aa hour and a cllmwaj
MBtm-vl .la l>.
''JuotvyaFITL AtR KAIT>
KXxndoH. ? A successful air raid
agalhst the Oerman hydroaeroplanes
by naval forces was made today, the
Elks County Fair to be Held
At The New Theatre Tonight
Tonight's tho big night.
At the New Theatre there will be
a glorious and Joyous time for all
The Elks' County Fair is to be the
big attraction. No other fair has
ever been seen like it in the past and
It is doubtful whether one will erer
?Lo ??ou UkeHt fn the fixture.
Tight rope wfcfljcers, wild men.
trapeze artists, snake charmers, fat
ladles, strong men and many other
characters usually found at all fairs
will be seen tonight. At close ob
servance some ot the audience may
recognize In these characters a num
ber of our most prominent business
men, but that won't make any differ
There will be pretty lances, chor
uses, singing and lots other fun.
| Il*? going to start at T:J0 o'clock
and It promises to be the biggest
thing of Its kind that has ever been
seen In Washington.
ALREADY BOOK TEDDY
FOR THE 1920 CAMPAIGN
WASHINGTON.? In a circular
sent out J rom Butler, Penn., under
date of November 10 and addressed
to the. detonates to the National Re
publican- convention of 1918. Pro
gressives Republicans notify prospec
tive delegates to the convention In
1920 that f'Theodore Roosevelt 1* to
bo the next nominee of the party!
unless the Republicans desire anoth
er term for the Democratic nomJ
Circulars have hren freely clrcu
Inted In North Carolina. In fact. It Is
said, nearer every delegate to both
the Republican and Progressive con
^ei^UoA at Chicago last June has
been furnished a copy of the circular
and been urged to give his views now
and praparo'for the biggest political
battle ?$Ve r pulled off for 19S0.
The circular calls the Chicago con
vention a "miserable mess" and de
clares Taft was "stupid" when he re
fused to enact such Progressive leg
islation as the "child labor law," and
the "federal reserve act." Wilson,
the circular says. Is no more of a
progressive than Taft, but that ho la
! a much smarter man.
BORDER TRAINING ADDING
150,000 YEARS TO LIFE
* FSj WKIHt OTIXF.tl,
\ I "rtJtAd 'Bnm HUff DnrreflpnAdent)
rEU ?ASO, TEX. ? About, 160,000
ru U being added to the sggre
JW^p life of the population of the
United States by the Mexican "alt
tbtibft." Instead of spreading death
disablement the campaign In
Mt&lco and the mobilisation of the
national guard Is adding from a few
|3onths to .yiirs to the life of every
cfwHan soldier, army physicians de
clare. Statisticians hare figured that
lh<^ average added to the life of. each
gun rdsmafi' will be nearly a year.
After four to six mnotti6 6f train
ing like ah**thlete? working In the
Open air. sleeping In a tent and eat
Iul simple food a hundred thonssnd
gtiirdsmen will go tack to olvli life
With a s?w lease on life.
Mkfer James P. Edwards of the
tqt4ical corps of the PeitofftViinla
MltUla haa beim maVthg a' eft#*1 study
T>f the general effects of *h+ tntonstre
(raining upon the** to #4 drawn 1 foto
office, fac Xfftf an?T Hfrm In ?*lt
fife he Is director of. ffabli* Health
' of the city of Pittsburg.
I '^Nearly erery maa on the border
will be benefitted Immrgrnmbly by
th*' training ho la underrating," mid
Major Edwnrd*< In moat case* the
Instruction In p*raonai,hytten* R>d
rlfht living will influence the mili
tiamen for y%ar&. EVen now the dif
ference 1A' the health of Onr men oan
bo notice^, . flavor* I motatb* ot Aa#?
exercise i?~tho*pen afr
In a teat eannot but boneflt. It i*
worth a doCen v&catldns roll edlrtbl
"But moat Important la the effect
of the army diet. Moat clTlUana eat
too much. And Intemperance In
?atlng la more dangerous thin any
other form of Intemperano^. "For foul1
month* our men have **tlng
th" simple palatable
They don't eat too m W tte Mod
vain* o( what they get la ppipputed
scientifically. Thta regime wl$h
plenty of exercise cannot fall to add
wMðlnf to the Uvea of far cltlaen
C * But there la 06 pleasing everybody .
|Tr? tbe man undergoing thla training
It AOmedthee loaee the vacatloa? '
phyaical training tinge and become*
last hard tttfter "Hufc/'Wld me
? .. .
FEAR IS FELT
(By United Prees)
LONDON. ? An omlnoua silence
front Bucharest respecting tbo fate
of the armies which Berlin claims
hav?? been encircled by Teutonic forc
es south of the Danube, in causing
considerable uneaHlness. No reports
have been received Blnce Sunday.
(By United Press)
LONDON. ? Vienna will not parade
her sorrow. Vienna dispatches Indi
cate a departure from the rigidly for
mal and highly ceremonial customs
which have hitherto marked the pass
ing of a monarch. The pall of war
beclouded even the pall of sorrow. |
Vienna Is liberally wrapped In a
shoud and draped, with blalk. Thr
body of Frans Jnsel'ir lies In' fetkte at
the Imperial palace.
THE RAILROADS URGE
(By Uolted Press)
WASHINGTON^ ? -PI eft* for ihore
iufoauata railroad facilities, less *ua-j
"ftelifltv^t rfcllroad nunnRpmcnt and a
b'ettor dftNUt condition wan made by
t^xe rnlttoads today before the New
.W4? inroad lore negation commit
?*?. ^Afjty.Tbwn. ?ouw*l for the
fv*4*. im a mere- helpfnl attitude
toward railroads ao th%t they
m!gh.t iK^d out and H?creas?
America.'* bualeeea and bettor aerre
Ootie to Richmond.
^?%lsa Beasle Conley, snperlnten
dent of the Washington hospital, and
Jesse Manning Hospital left for
.Richmond today on a ahoft riait to
IN THE DAILY KIWfl
imrinu drlUfnc la tk? ?un wh?n
told ho mi ?Mint m r*w to kio
H(?. "lta>t ??, w?H. IH ?1t? throo
off th? oth?f- ?4 of n >7 Ufo to (O
TO BE TAKEN
UP BVfflE U.S.
RKPORTKD THAT THERE WERE
AMERICAN HURGEONS ON
HOARD HOSPITAL HH1P.
IMMUNE FROM ATTACK
Under Rule* of Geneo Convention.
Hospital Ship* Were Made Immune
Prom Attack. Case to be Probod
( By United Press)
WASHINGTON. ? The destruction
of the great British hospital ship.
Brlttanlc, Berlously threatens to en
ter Into the tangle of possible sub
marine complications between the
United States and Germany. The re
ported presenco of American sur
geons aboard the vessel renders the
case one for serious reflection and
poaalbly serious action. '
The Brlttanlc case, taken in con
nection with others, may show trans
gression on the part of Germany re
garding the plodges that were made
early this year. On the other hand,
the ease may be taken merely as an
Indication of the way the German
war wind la blowing.
Under the rules of the Genoa con
ventlon. hospital Bhips are Immunis
ed from attack. Subsequent changes
do not effect this status of ships en
gaged In errands of mercy. Hence,
If American surgeons wera aboard
the Brlttanlc, they were entitled to
safety under the law. The case will
be added to the list of submarine
cases now being probed.
MESSAGE FROM MR. H1GHB8
WAS COUCHED IN I1KIEK AND
IX RATHER FORMAL
WILSON SLNDS REPLY
Thanks Defeated Candidate for HI*
ErprauUon of Good Wlshea. Too*
Wo? Much ike Same am That Cited
in Hughe*' Mussage.
WASHINGTON.? Charles Evan*
Hughes last night sent the following
telugram to President Wilson:
"Because of the cloeeneee of
the* vote, I lmre waited the of
ficial count in California. And
oow that It 1* virtually xdSBe?
plete. permit me to extend yoa
my congratulation* npon your,
re-election. 1 dt-nlre Alao to ??
l>re?H my best wlshce for a most
burcettHful ad ministration.
( Signed >
"CHARLES EVANS HUGHES."
President Wilson's rspty to Mr.
Hughes' congratulatory*' telegram,
which was dispatched thla morning,
read as follows:
"I am sincerely obliged to yon
for your message of congratula
tions. Allow me to Aftmire you
of my good wlithee for year* to
NO COMMENT IS MADE ON
IIIDCE HOOK'S DECISION
?WASHINGTON. ? The government
aril! be unable to submit formally itn
ippeal to Judge Hook's declnlon on
Ihe Adamaon eight-hour law In Kan
tian City today until December 4.
when the United Btates Supreme
court reconvene* after a two weeks'
recess. The papers In the cane, how
ever, can be filed with the clerk pre
vious to that time. This preliminary
step was expected to be taken, ac
cording to department ofllrliils, as
soon as tranarrlpt of the records ran
be made and brought here from Kan
sas City, which may take four or Ave
The White House heard, without
comdient. of the ruling of Judge
Ho ?It at Kansas City declaring the
A4ati)?op eight-h?ur law to be un-,
tlonal and invalid.
(By United Press)
>ART9. ? Uevtmil Guy N*mer
today downed bin twinty-aecond Oer
min buttle plane. Thpre sr? do ac
tivities along the entire front today,
according to official statement.
Yotm prirniw fcA* buy any
thing upon the market and psss It
OTer to you and tell It a Christ
mas preeent. exeept your own
photograph. No other gift ?o per
sonal. No other gift so hear yonf
own gift. No other gift so laatln*.
No other gift so In mm*. No other
gift carrlee with It sneh a personal
toneh of tr?e friendship as yonr
photograph. BAKCR'8 STUDIO,
Attach?* ar the riorotlTa office
and official* of the department of
Justice, while obviously fturprlsed at
th? decision declared the question
"of course remilDR to bs finally set
tled by the United States Bupretrie
It Was aaM at the tfhlte House
that no statemen* or aanouncvstsnt
of any kind could be exp?cttta? Cspee
Inlly ulncp the mutter a? Ipfttie is stfll
In the courts. The name attftfiitej^k^
taken nt the department of
Department of justied officials3 efc
pla4ned privately, however, tbttwthe
blKpeet part of the flKht
to start." '
They Rave evidence tBat *>??
part ment Is by no means "d
Over Judge Hook'* decision.
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