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States Department of La-
Nov. 4. liie Bureau rifieat of ftivir- vrHH,s w .
f turaiizHuuii Ul ....v. ulTO ux aturaiizauon nas asked Ihe co-
tpartmenfof Labor is sending out j operation of . he various .commercial
for mass meetings to be held labor, patriotic and other organiza
Lughout the country in every city ! tions, together wUh 'the superinten
nd town whose population includes : dents of schools, civil authorities
L foreign born. The time for each . clerks of naturalisation courts and of-
meeung u lulllu i uuiaia ui me rocar roreign or racial
associations. The Federal r authori
ties of the Department of Labor be
lieve that the time is ripe" to strike
an effective blow ac illiteracy and in-
hor has uunus wmyeiency oyr stimulating the inter
val years proposed four events great l est of employers arid employees, for-
admnnsuuiivc &ucimcua.t v;-ci6u wuu nauve norn, men, women
PAGE SEVEN :
was the e-curmg of the
of the public schools of
States with that bureau in
lThP second, the proposal to
nniloHlnhin tn hnlrl thf iti. i fnrHoH W fh'o Wot mi
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eign-born and action taken to insure
their attendance upon the night
classes provided for their benefit.
There are approximately sixteen
and one-half million foreign-born res-
irs Grandmothers receipe to bring
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oacK coior. youtnrumess and lustre i
' Everybody, is using it again.
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Gray hair, however handsome, ' de
riotes advancing age. We all know the
advantages of a youttirui appearance.
Your hair is your charm. It makes or
mars the face. When it fades, turns
gray arid looks streaked, just a few
applications of Sage Tea and Sulphur
enhances its appearance a hundred-fold
Don't stay gray! Look young! Either
prepare the recipe at home or get from
any drug store a 50-cent bottle of
"Wyth's Sage and Sulphur Compound,"
which Is merely the old-time recipe im
proved by the addition of other in-
on May 10, 1915.
The third, the holding of a citizen
chip convention in Washington com-
nriHi i'1 v.o
schools working in cooperation with
hat bureau for the elevation of the
mrhrd oi American cuizensnip.
problem cf alien instruction and citi-
These mass e ti 11 't f ' redients. Thousands of folks recom-
a full ahd free discUSon'of W
the i points Involved. The taeilities at- itf" ".JrTVT""
. . . : . . . 4 uesiues no one van uuasiuiv lvu.
it darkens so naturally anc evenly. You
moisten a pongue or soft brush with
it, drawing this through the hair, tak
ing one small strand at a time. By
morning the gray hair disappears; after
another application or two, its natural
color is restored and It becomes thick,
idents in this country, of which only
ahout three and a half million have
been naturalized, according to the
governmental bureau is to ; last census and subsequent immigra-
call a mass nieeuug ul ciuiteua aim
nn-iieciive citizens, including the
Tnp fourth proposal from this pro-
glossy and lustrous, and you appear
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
is a delightful toilet requisite. It is not
tion figures. The remaining millions, !intended for the c Ure, mitigation or pre
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aunougn a vital pari o m? naiiun, vention of disease. Advt
have not been admitted to tne ooay
CALENDAR OF SPORTS FOR THE
iftual candidates for citizenship, and
ihe non-candidates from the foreign- politic arid ate ignorant of the duties
born residents of each community in and callous to the responsibilities of
he United States. These mass meet-1 citizenship. It is -only through educa
in":; are, primarily, for the purpose j tion that this vast army of foreign
of getting the candidates for citizen-j friends can
Cniied States Department or L.aDor,
the public school authorities of the
I'nited States have provided the
means wneieuy uie ciuuu aiieu puyu
iU niVli orVir-wl nlooooo ! q ti rl trt thrc inrl tTIP - TOpjlprfll PftVPTTI.
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maintained by the public schools, in j ment and the public school authori
cooperation with the Bureau of Natu-i ties of the United States have joined
ralization, for their benefit. i forces.
Working in close cooperation with In addition to this, however, and
the Bureau ot rsiaturanzauon or me : worKmg in cuuipin? ua.Luivuy wnu
it, is the patriotism which inspires
concerted effort in behalf of those
millions of foreigners now ignorant
of Ariierican life and ideals and unen-
lation may learn ro speaK, reau anu i isuieireu o.a iu ic iuhic6ob
vrite the English language and ob-i sponsibili.ties which citizenship would
toin n knowledge of American insti- l confer.
tutions and government. The results
thus far have been most far-reaching
in their influence upon the public
mind. The necessity for these, citi
zenship classes has been seen in
even- city with a foreign community
and demonstrated by their organiza- -tion
in every State pf the Union. The .
advantage to the community is real-1
ized. but the alien friend does not un- J
derstand what they mean to him. It
is to bring the benefits clearly to
their minds that these mass meet
ings have been called by the Natural
ization Bureau. It is essential that
the attendance upon these night
classes be materially increased in all
sections of the country. This, it is
confidently believed, can be accom
plished through a mass meeting for
adult foreigners to be held in every
city in conjunction with the city
authorities and public spirited citi
zens generally, at which time the ben
efits to be derived through a course
of study at the night schools may be
clearly and forcibly placed before the
Moreover, these mass meetings
have for theinbjective the elevation
of the standard of American citizen
ship in the eyes of the public repre
senting the resident alien bodyr citi
and the judiciary. The courts of the
Tnited States stand ready to recog
nize any elevation of the standard of
qualifications for admission to citizen
ship when those qualifications have
been demonstrated as possible of at
tainment by the public schools local
ly. To insure the success of this nation-wide
movement for the better-
Start of tenth annual six-day
cycle race at Boston.
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A LETTER TO liCMU E v-'-
Wilmington, N. C Nov. 3, 1916.
Mr. Lemuel Swinsfori,
in care of the Dispatch Nuse Paper. !
Dear die Lena;
EVei cense us wuz a Boy ise been j
a wonderm ware u wuz gon tue. I
thot U Wuz ded or Sumpun Ls had a
hap pend tue U, till when i tuk up a
Dispatch nuse paper an red yur letter.
j I notis You Is a politiker. u no i Use !
tue b .l of them tue, but That wuz b-4 i
i had enny cense, i wuz on the rong i
side kaws I wuz a 'publican but ever
cents the red shirt tyme ise ben agen
um in State and kountty eieckshuns,
but i holed on tue um for preszerdunt
til last tyme I voted with Rusevelt
wid hiz nu partie what he kauled pro
guessit or sumpin like . It. u no he
dun brok up the 'publicans 4 years
ago an' sed thay wuz wel u no what
he sed. i dont uz that bad talk like i
uz tue when we wuz boys, i'm tri-ing
tue b gud now. yes i eot fuled tue.
Ills' lik tVio root urViat lof wid Viim on I
I seed in a nuse paer where he is
dun brok up his pro-guessit partie
now,' and wants us tue cum bak to
the 'publicans, but ill just be gol
darned if i du. ise just cum tue the
colusion that de demmykrats side is
the best side and i dont no but i be
leeve that the 'publicans payed him
tue buss up and cum bak. eny how
i'm agin enny thing what hes for taint
no use for me tue say ennything) in
faver of Mr. Willsun. but cents i last
seen u i got married an i got. 4 boys
j and they is right home wid deer
mother an' deer ole daddy and if mr,
Of The G
figpBGES CAJ5PEKTIER R
Georges Carpenter, a member of the
French Flying Corps, still wants to
"Kid" Herman vs. "Knockout" Eg- j fight. Even his part in tha war hasn't
The Wilmington Dispatch subscrib
ers will receive without charge The
Dispatch's Election Special which will
be issued Wednesday morning. Read it
for the most complete election returns.
Round Trip Fare From Wilmington
Tickets will be sold at Atlanta as
above by the
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Standard Railroad or tne South.
NOVEMBER 12, 13 and 14.
taken it but of his blood. Carpentier
has written a letter to Les Darcy, the
Australian, who is how in America
in which he takes it for grant
ed Darcy soon will be on the
fighting line, and says that after the
war, "if we ars both alive," he would
like to box "him and will concede what
ever weight Darcy might make if he
gers, 15 rounds, at New Orleans.
Annual trials of Canadian Nation
al Field Trial Club, at Ojibaw, Ont.
Annual trials of New York State
Field Trials Association, at Middle,
town, N. Y.
Shamus O'Brien vs. Young Fulton,
10 rounds, at Columbus, Ohio.
George K. O. Brown vs. Buck becomes a heavyweight
Crouse, 6 rounds, at Pittsburgh. j
Opening of season of Eastern Inter
state Basketball League.
Bench show of French Bulldog club,
of New England, at Boston.
Frankie Britt vs. George Mass, 12
rounds, at Portsmouth, N. H.
Annual field trials of National
Beagle Club of America, at Aldie, Va.
Annual meeting of National Asso
ciation of Professional Baseball Clubs,
at New Orleans.
Championship chess match between
Jackson W. Showalter and David Jan
owski begins at Georgetown, Ky.
Benny Leonard vs. Stanley Yoakum
ELECTION NIGHT, NOV. 7TH
Leased Wire Service ; For Its
Patrons. , No Extra Admission
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH
Industrial Parade Surpassing
Anything of The Kind Ever Seen
See The Agricultural Exhibits
From Nine Counties. Many New
Adults 15 Cents
Children 10 Cents
rusevelt Or mr. Huse. was presser-
dent they wud be f iten sum ware els !
if not in uRope cause they is plum
fuleish about fitin'.
But i aint got tue talk no more bout j
that cause i think al the censible j
folks will vote for mr. willsun. !
This is whats worrin me. i wuz '
going along the st. the other nite and !
a st. kar past me and it wuz loded j
with a band of m'usick an i follered I - - - '
it tue the Kort house and 2 men i'L see U shore thing at the Cawn , ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Space Donated By J. M. Solk.
spoke. I never stopped to lisson Sho.
kaws i seed who wuz in the krowd
and it wuz the same ole kroud what
; wuz in power in 1898. and i issent
simpkinsville, N. Klina.
SAGE TEH KEEPS
T.ltnitfid returnine until midnight of
November 19. 1916. ProDortlonate fares 1 10 roudns, at New York
from all stations on the A. C. L. j Johnny Ertle vs. Hickey Byrne,
j?- fnrihpr information, schedules. ! rounds, at Cleveland.
It s Unnecessarv. O B
Darkens It Evenly No
forgot that awful time yet an i cant ' P s.
se how thay is got the nerv' to tri an' i i brot Synchia with me an' she is
cum bak. i don't like tue bring this I bissie countin' how meny storyes
in mi argyment but i saw some cul-1 them tawl bildins is when she aint
lud gentulmen in dere an' i don like J lokin in the sto winders,
tue mix cau3 ise done wid dat kind l S. s.
of politicks. i .
Lemmie i shore Am glad i found i
I u and glad you cum 2 the cawn sho !
waks it is a gud sho, and while u r I
j hare b sho an take some stock in the t
I packing hous projick kaws it is a gud
HIGH COST OF PAPER.
Office of the Treasurer.
Wilmington, N. C, Novemoer 1, 1916.
The Board of Dirtcors of Atlantic
Coast Line Railroad Company has de
clared a dividend of two and one-half
per cent, on the -Preferred Capital
Stock of that Company, payable at tho
I office of the Treasurer, Wilmington,
' N. C, on and after November 10th,
j 1916. The transfer books are closed
( from October 29th to November 10th,
1916, both dates inclusive.
PTl I thino- tne t ent mim an iM enin tn i Anotner paper problem ls that or If you have not already done so,
tak sum mo.
the cigarette, thinks Jim, Cowan, of make your subscription to the Wilson
wel i am goin' to quit writin' an The Wilmington Dispatch.
fund early Monday morning.
car accommodations, etc,
Wilmington, N. C.
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
Annual exhibition of New York
Horse Show Association opens in New
York city. 1
First annual bench show of Louis
iana Kennel Club opens at New Orleans.
Opening of autumn meeting of Low
r"OBKCI.OSURE SAL.E. !
By virtue ana in pursuance of the power i
1 'l Hjlir V 1 till itlH V W .1. "0"' " " f , -r
Ed. Nixon and wife to the Wilmington er California Jockey club, at Tla Jua-
Homestead and, Loan Association, recoraeu
In Book 72, page 69, of the records of New
Hanover County, the undersigned will sell,
to the hicrhest bidder, at nubile auction.
hirth thP dehonl authorities ' for cash, at the Court House door in Wll-
11.1k IX ft, LUU, V., V. " ' -'
November, 1910 at twelve o'clock m. the
following described property In said city :
.Beginning at a point In tne western line
of 7th street 196 feet south of the southern
line of Dawson street ; runs thence south
along 7tb street 35 feet; thence westwardly i
parallel with Dawson street 165 feet: thence
north parallel with 7th street 35 feet;
thence eastwardly parallel with Dawson ,
street 1G5 feet to the Beginning, and being j
nnrt f T.nt 4. Block 3C I
WILMINGTON HOMESTEAD AND LOAN
By John D. Bellamy & Son,
No matter haw gray your hair, pre- !
maturely gray, faded, bleached, streak
ed with gray, all you need to do is to i
shampoo your hair ana scalp once a
day with Q-Ban "Hair Coior "' Restorer7;
This is a very pleasant experience, and
after a few applications you will be
delighted to see all your gray hair
gradually turn to an even beautiful
dark shade, Q-Ban acts on roots, mak
ing hair and scalp healthy, restoring
the color glands so all your gray hair
is naturally darkened and entire head
of hair becomes soft, flurry, long, thick
and of such an even beautiful, soft,
dark shade no one coillG tell you had J
used Q-Bart. Also stops dandruff and
falling hair, leaving your hair fascinat
ing and abundant,- without even a trace
of gray showing. Sold on money-back
gurantee, 50c for a big bottle at Green's
Drug Store, Wilmington, N. C. Out-of-town
folks siipplted y mail, orders.
Advt. :. ''
ACIDS IN THE SYSTEM
Acids accumulating in the system in
excess, poison the blood and cause a
great variety of diseases, affecting the
skin and oiher mucous surfaces, the
heart and arterics,-brain and general
nervous system, joints and muscles.
Some of these diseases are Rheuma
tism in its many forms, Catarrh,
Eczema, Hives, itching and burning
. the skin, dizziness, mental depres
sion and a variety of other ailments,
lou must eliminate the acid from
your system and purify your blood
before you can be rid of your trouble.
S. S. S. has been purifying and nour
ishing the blood for over half a cen
tury. It is also a very efficient tonic
and being purely vegetable, it is the
most efficient : agent - known in the i
cleansing of the blood and toning up I
run, at Philadelphia.
Football Harvard vs. Princeton, at
Cornell vs. Michigan, at Ithaca.
Yale vs. Brown, at New Haven.
Pennsylvania vs. Dartmouth, at
Army vs. Maine, at West Point. I The Wilmington Dispatch subscrib
Navy vs. North Carolina Aggies, at j ers will receive without charge The
Annapolis. Dispatch's Election Spc?al which will
Northwestern vs. Iowa, at Evans- be issued Wednesday morning. Read it
ton for the most complete election returns.
Indiana vs. Ohio State, at Columbus, j
Washington State vs. Oregon, at j tute, at Richmond.
Portland. ' Sewanee vs. Chattanooga, at Chat-
Washington University vs. Oregon j tanooga.
Aggies, at Seattle.
Notre Dame vs. South Dakota, at
Montana vs. Whitman, at Missoula.
Kansas vs. Washburn, at Lawrence.
North Dakota vs. South Dakota
GDorgia Tech vs. Alabama, at At
Florida vs. Alabama Polytechnic, at
Virginia vs. South Carolina, at
. . -r-. 1 I f1r1 n 1, mm . -. , T." In fr nl, rt
,m . State, at JrOOKIgS. wtvidnuma iuii6iiouci,
Call for it at your druggists and' Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee, at Knox-; man
don't accept a substitute. If special ville. ! Oklahoma vs. Kingfisher, at Nor-
medical advice is desired write Med- i North Carolina vs. Davidson, at ( man.
ical Department 93, Swift Specific Co., Winston-Salem. j Louisiana State vs. Mississippi Ag-
Atlanta, Ga. Clemson vs. Virginia Military Insti-j gies, at College Park.
Front and Princess to 17th and Castle. (Via Princess) Every 10
Tenth and Fanning to 17th and Castle, (Via Tenth street.) (Con
necting with Red Cross cars at 10th and Red Cross) Every 30 minutes
TODAY Service. Begins at 12:30 P.
until after last show.
M. and continues
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