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THE WILMINGTON DISrTCH, MQNE 6,
lapATCH iMANriArrrFRlsIftftW NOVEMBER U'-lf1S , V ij
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Every voter should dohis duty to
morrow. That duty not only consists
of easting a ballot, but casting it for
the party that the voter thinks, after
careful, unbiased consideration,
stands for the! best interest of the
country, for the greatest behefit to hu
manity. After analyzing the situa
tion thoroughly he should vote accord
ing to the dictates of his conscience.
If the voter will take a broad survey
of the field, will weigh the proposi
tions fairly and respond to . a warm
feeling in his heart for mankind he
will cast his ballot for the Democratic
cause. The problem presented tomor-
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ton, N. C, as Second-class Matter.
it takes the united ranks of the mass
es of the American people to solve it.
The way is clear, but it is going to
take strength of mind to follow it.
The obstacles thrown in the way are
many; money will be turned loose to
day and tomorrow by the thousands
and thousands of dollars in effort to
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Foreign Advertising Representatives
MacQuoid-Miller Co., Inc., New : hurl the Democratic party out of pow
York and Chicago.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1916.
Up and at 'em; oh Democrats
Tomorrow be at the fore to fight the
Of course, Pennsylvania will
morrow go Penrosey.
er. rne oraer nas gone iortn irom
the plutocratic ranks, that want to
! once more get their grip upon the gov
ernment of this country, that 1 the
Democratic party must be unhorsed.
In this very enmity, in this very move
to oust the Democratic party is the
evidence why the people should stick
by it tomorrow. Had the Democratic
party headed the command or the
coaxing of the Wall Street crowd it
j would today be hailed as a benefactor
Last call to subscribe to the Wood- and Wall Street would be supporting
row Wilson' victory fund. it- The Democratic party, under the
peerless leadership of Woodrow Wil
son, Christian, patriot, scholar and
For the latest election results, ask gentleman, turned a deaf ear to them
or read The Dispatch. and has st00(j Dy the people. That is
why it is the people's fight. It is
nJerely nominal so far as the name
of the party is concerned. The ques
tion at stake is whether a party that
stands by the people is to be hurled
from power. If this is the lesson
taught tomorrow, woe unto the people.
So the call is for every man, regard
less of party affiliation of the past, if
he believes in government by the peo
ple, to vote the Democratic ticket.
Tomorrow the greatest of all times is
offered for the people to show their
faith, to display their determination
and, once for all, break the shackles.
If the people will stop to think they
will realize this. If they will tarry a
moment to take an account of the
crisis before it is too late, they will
vote for Woodrow Wilson.
! The Democracy of New Hanover
A quiet day for Roosevelt does not j county mugt dQ Jtg duty tomorrow
necessarily mean a quiet day tor
Your well-brewed afternoon tea, your
rich chocolate, your fragrant - coffee,
all taste the better when served with
Social Tea Biscuit.
Delicious biscuit, delicately flavored,
always fresh and wonderfully good.
Social Tea Biscuit enhance the enjoy
ment of all refreshment.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
WILL STILL BE PRESIDENT.
Any old turkey"bone comes under
the head of wishbone.
The only thing easy about eggs
these days is the scramble.
Suppose you've got your pipes tun
ed for shouting tomorrow night:
At least tomorrow will bring about
the eradication of politics for a brief
And "this is the time for all good
men to come to the aid of their
speakers and boodle and are endeav
oring to get votes in. every conceiv
able manner and it is up to the Dem
ocrats to block-their every move and
to put forth evry effort and if this
is done,- success awaits them.
A VOTE GETTER.
those around him.
Some people are so skilled at the
game that they can stir up trouble
with a silver spoon.
The lean gent, who longs to put on
flesh, doesn't agree that where there's
a will there's a weigh.
The Democrats are going to win,
unless a majority of the people of the
land suffer with heart trouble.
Every man should go to the polls and
cast his ballot: This of all times is
when a giant majority should be roll
ed up for the Democratic cause. Ev
ery Democrat should be on guard and
should vole. The need -is great; tlie
hour is at hand.
Let no revengeful soul. ?er no pre
judiced mortal, should he be antici
pating a Republican victory, indulge
his thoughts in a wild orgy, in ex
ultation of what the United States
will do in the war in Europe, or. what
it will do in Mexico. Even thougb
the verdict be against Woodrow Wil
son Tuesday he will still be Presi
dent of the United States; he will re
main President until the fourth of
next March. During four months
nany things can happen. Not only
ip Wilson compelled to be President,
so far as earthly power is concerned,
but he will have backing him a Dem-,. 0r George stuart Comfng.
ocratic Congress. He can do many Dr. Stewart will deliver a. platform
things within four months. Just -lecture next Tuesday night at the
how he would accept a defeat at the Boys Brigade Armory on "Lopsided
hands of the people at the ballot boxiFo'ks" and it is expected that he. will
we know not. He is not a revenge- 'lraw a Sod crowd in spite of the. fact
ful man, however. He is too broad- that U wil1 -b? election, night . The iec
minded and too much of a Christian ! tufe wil1 be over before any amount of
ictuma art! m, as 11 win commence
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this Date in history. j
.- One. Hundred Years :Ago Today:
1816 Gouverneurs Morris, who was U.
S. Minister to France during
the French Revolution, died at
Morrisana, N. Y: Born there,
' Jan. 31, 1752.
Seventy-five Years Ago Today.
1841 Nelson W. Aldrich, for 30 years!
U. S. senator from Rhode Island j
and a Republican leader of Na- J
tional prominence, born at Fos
ter, R. T. Died in New York
city, April 16,' 1915. -Fifty
Years Ago Today.
1866 Francis H. Rutledge, first Epis
copal bishop of Florida, died at
Tallahassee. Born atCharles
. ton, S.' C., April 11, 1799.
Twenty-five Years Ago Today.
1891 John Gregory Smith, ex-governor
of -Vermont and one of the
originators of the Northern Pa
cific railroad, died at St. Albana,
Vermont. Born there In 1818.
Wilmington Dispatch: "War is hell.
So why vote the Republican ticket?"
Friend Cowan, there is more vote-
getting in that. there paragraph than
in many a high-sounding, two-column
grind that is never read except by the
to let feeling of resentment conquer
judgment and chloroform conscience,
but he may accept it as a decree from
the people, and so it might, to a large
extent, govern his course.
Let no man indulge in bonfire men
tal acrobatics should Wilson be de
feated. The submarine controversy
at 8 o'clock. This will be a good way
to pass time while waiting.
It is hardly necessary to say much
about Dr. Stuart as he is welj known
all over the country.
At present he is pastor of the lead
ing Methodist church in Birmingham,
Ala. He comes highly recommended
OUR DAILY BIRTHDAY PARTY
Allan Ll Benson, Socialist party
candidate for President in tomorrow's
election, born at Plainwell, Mich., 45
years ago today.
Grand Duke Nicholas Nicholaie-
vitch, commander of the Russian arm
ies in the early part of the war, born
at Petrograd, 60 years ago today.
Rt. Hon. Herbert L. Samuel, British
home secretary, born at Liverpool, 46
years ago today.
i John Philip Sousa, bandmaster and
composer, born in Washington, D. C,
62 years ago today. .
- Sir Abe Bailey, South Africa's
wealthiest citizen and a loyal sup
porter of England in the war, bom
in Cape Colony, 52 years ago today.
Ignace Jan Paderewski, famous
Polish pianist, born in Russian Po
land, 56 years ago today
Thomas W. Gregory, attorney-general
of the United States, born at
Crawfordville, Miss., 55 years-ago to
day. . ..
Dr. Ernest Martin Hopkins, the new
president of Dartmouth College, born
at Dunbarton, N. H., 39 years ago today.
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We want our friencls to operi a SAVINGS ACCOUNT
wSthus, we pay 4 per cent. Interest compounded quarter
ly. No account too small for us.
H. F. Wilder, President ; T. E. Sprunt, V. President
R. Bradley, Cashier; W. M. Cumming, R. G. Gradv
W. H. Brown, C. D. Weeks. V'
Second and Princess Streets.
At least neither the Socialist nor
Prohibition candidate for president
will be disappointed over the results.
The beauty about Wilson is that
when he talks he saysvsomething as
the Republicans have found to their
Hate to see people of such little
opinion that they follow the lead of
others without question. Yet, better
a patriot than a buzzard.
The cold storage people are kick
ing , oh an ' investigation. In other
words, they insist on a continuance
of their freeze-out game.
Whoever discovered aviation its a
cinch that the people who manipulate
the price of food stuff are the most
adept at the game.
With all due regard to the feelings
of our prohibition friends, we are hop
ing that the returns tomorrow will
show "Wilson. That's all."
The Democrats today are placing
the : finishing touches to their cam
paign; tomorrow they will place the
finishing touches to their enemy.
Think about Cuba after North
Carolina for outlaw bonds when the
first'"blood shed that Cuba might get
her freedom was a North Carolinian.
Here comes along a man who says
it is-written in the stars that Hughes
wHi win. Well, just so it is not writ
tendon the ballots, the Democrats
It will be noted that with all his
courage Colonel Roosevelt knew bet
ter than to try and answer the attack
of his former comrade, John M. Park-
If . anything was needed to take the
wind entireontof whatever hopes
theWpufelicans .had .of . making in
. roadV into liorth Carolina it came to
- day.: in the; news, that Cuba has sued
' r NorVb C6a:te5oyer' VcirffBtr;
Img" bonds, '
The voters, irrespective of party,
should bear in mind that tomorrow
besides casting their ballet for nom
inees, they must or should pass up
on four proposed amendments to the
constitution. In fact, they must pass
upon them, either by commission or
omission. It is a duty each voter
should face, as while changing the
constitution is a vital question, yet
to allow an antiquated instrument to
prevail, merely because it has been
unchanged for years, is just as vital a
question to consider.
The four amendments offered for
ratification" tomorrow are each im
portant; each needed. They are nct
partizan. In fact, the amendments
are endorsed by the leaders of both
parties. Tjhe Republican nominees
take their stand alongside Democratic
nominees, or vice versa, in standing
for the amendments. This proves
conclusively that they are not of par
tisan nature. So neither Democrat
nor Republican can shy at them on
such grounds. Then, are they worthy?
The type of men advocating them
should attest this, but investigation
will confirm it. Each of the four
amendments, which are familiar, de
serve the support of the people. Adop
tion of these amendments mean bet
ter machinery, which the government
and the progress of the State of
North Carolina needs. It is silly to
sit still merely because this process
has been indulged in for so long.
These are days whai people are alert
enough to observe v. hen changes are
needed and have enterprise and grit
sufficient to make them. Poor tool?
handicap many a good workman.
The state constitution, sufficient for
the day, the same as old implements
were adequate for farming centuries
ago, needs changing in several partic
ulars, so that the workmen of North
Carolina may accomplish more. The
four amendments to be - submitted at
the polls tomorrow offer the tools. It
is with the people whether they take
advantage of the chance to get them. !
In the light of extended discusion of
the amendments, in view of the lead
ers that stand for them and as these
has not been settled, being reopened ! by me" aff Dr. J. -Wilbur Chap
. . ,. . . man, Len Gi Broughton and Sam P.
by the sinking of the Marina; the T . . . .
. - , (Jones. A number of year3 ago he was
Mexican problem is still m abeyance, j here with Sam Jf)nes conducting a
and the English "black list" is yet In meeting. The Fifth Avenue Epworth
the balance. President Wilson can j League is selling tickets to the lecture
deal with them in four months. Heiat fifty cents each. ll-5-2t-)advt.
can so shape policies, so promulgate!
decrees that a Republican President! mortgage sale.-
could not extricate himself. There is I
.... A . By virtue of the power of sale contained
no hand that could Stay a break m in a pertain mortgage deed made by Wal-
diplomatic relations should the Pres- j gH. gwepson "to Ogg.
ident decree it; there is no Republi- in oh the records of New Hanover Coun
. , . , , A, , tv In Book 82, page 567, the undersigned
can who . could stop war, should the will sell, at public auction, to the highest
President, by action, decide it should j gjd&
come. 1 274:11 dav of November, 1916, at twelve
t, , ., . . I o'clock M., the following described lot of
Regardless of the verdict Tuesday land in the City of Wilmington. State of
at the noils Woodrow Wilson will re-1 IS,tD, crolina to-wlt:
ai xne pons wooarow wiison win re Beginning at a point in the western line
main President of the United States of Magnolia street 120 : feet South of the
southern 1iti nf rwlr !
until next March. So let the rancor- southwardly aleng the western line of
ous and the cantankerous beware. . """irlfn JI!W
uwiv Buret J iCCL v liitJillTC
northwardly and parallel with Magnolia
street 35 feet r thence eastwardly and paral
lel with Dock street 75 feet to the begin
ning, and being part or Lots 2 and 3, Block
147. - -
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NEW BERN, N. C.
(New Bern Sun-Journal.)
"Under the above caption, the Wil-
the Democrats of the State, the f0l- Round TriP Fare From Wilmington,
lowing injunction which contains $3-50 Including Admission to the Fair.
manv words of wisdom: Tickets will, be sold to New Bern as
, " . . , above by the
"Two thmgs near out our declara- ATLANTIC COAST LINE
tion of. days ago that all needed for Tne standard Rairoad of the Soutn
Democracy to win was for the gospel NOVEMBER 7 8 9 and 10
of the Democratic doctrine to be car- Limited returning'untII midni'ght of
ried to the people.and for the big rec-! Saturday November 11, 1916.
ord of the Wilson administration to Proportionate fares trom Intermedi
be held before their eyes. These two ate pointa Children nalf fare.
things are the reports that the tide
has now turned towards -Wilson and
that the Democrats, while slow in get-
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Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
November 8, 9 and 10.
ting started in the Middle Western Leave Wilmington 5:15 A. M.
States, are now making things humPeaTe Jacksonville 7:05 A. M.
and the cause is gaining supporters Arrive New Bern 8:30 A. M.
in consequence. To our previous dec- ( Returning Li New BernII 5: 00 R M.
laration we coupled the necessity for , Arrive Wilmington about-8: 15 P. M.
speeches, plenty of them, and for the j For further information address T.
President to get active in making C. White, Gen. Pass. Agent. Phone 160.
speeches. Bearing out this comes,. , ; .
the report that President Wilson's
visit to Chicago greatly strengthened'
"In this light, it is the duty of the
President to make just as many
speeches as possible. The Democratic
cause should win. It has every right
and all justice on its side for the vic
tory. "If it does not triumph it will be be
cause the people do not grasp the im-
portance of the present crisis. That
KeeLock Eye Glasses
no Democrat may be guilty of negli-. WILL NOT WIGGLE, SHAKE OR GET
Let us Show You the
NEWEST INVENTION TN THE
gence in this way, the faith should be
preached, and preached incessantly,
from now until November 7th. It is
leaders represent both the big parties, better to be two hours ahead of time
the people cannot plead lack of un- than one minute too late." j Spectacles- or Eye Glasses Correctly
derstanding, and the duty of a voter! The Dispatch strikes the keynote Fitted to. Your Eyes.
Lis such that . they cannot afford to bl en 11 aeciares inat " is necessary FOR $1.00 AND UP.
lethargic. They, must consider the1 r 1 e mocrats to be alive and'
ammta f w.- 'working fo the party and its inter-
- wmuuuu eieviion
--and they should vote for" ratifica-1 The Republicans
n . n 2 1- A I m i
'They are flooding the country with'
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