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THE WILMINGTON DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1916. " " " "
HOMES PROVIDED TREASURER ISSUES
Many are Expected to Arrive
Today Convention Will
proximately 200 delegates to the
t j'.enJh biennial convention of the
fni:il Synod of the Lutheran church
ir th South which convened in St.
p. nr:; church tomorrow morning, are
pt-cioii in the city by this, evening
.um! th1 homes of the members or
jjjp two Lutheran churches in the
titv will be thrown open to them,
jn "addition a special entertainment
fund has been raised by the members
of the two churches and will be used
jn an effort to make the. stay of the
jieleeates in the city as pleasant as
possible. The delegates and visitors
v,iil be met at the Union Station by
numbers of the reception commit
and carried by automobile to the
homes to which they have been as
Following is given a list of the
delegates who have so far reported
that they expected to attend and the
names of their hosts, the latter ap
pearing first and their guest's follow
ing: lr. E. Ahrens Dr. G. B. Cromer.
.1. E. Cooper, at Orton House.
Mi. Armstrong Rev. J. H. Horine,
H. E. Eonitz Kev. M. M. Kinard,
D.I)., Rev. J. L. Morgan.
John Brunjes Mrs. D. B. Grose
(lose, .Mrs. E. E. Boehme.
E. Fred Banck Rev. W. H. Riser,
.Mr. A. P. Snider (Orton.)
K L. Burton J. A. Bowers, O. V.
a:ui Rev. O. L. Brown, D.D.
E. C. Beilois Rev. J. B. Greiner
Mrs. V. J.Bonitz Mrs. H. E.
Miss Uurich Mrs. K. Croneberg.
J. H. Bornemann Rev. and Mrs.
C. F. Uoppe Rev. W. L. Hunton,
PhD., and Rev. C. K. Hunton.
C. Dornemann J. C. Bringman and
Mrs. H. E. Bringman.
Rev. Fr B. -Clausen Rev. W. H.
Horn, Rev. J. H. Harms, TJ.D., and
Mr. and Mrs. W. Huffman.
Dr. T. F. Costlier Miss W. Rock
and Miss Ada Miller.
W. S. Clayton Miss Mary Cline.
II. Duls Miss Lillian Miller and
Dr. J. H. Dreher Mr. and Mrs. A
M. Hanna, J. M. Heilig and A. H
L. Freimuth Rev. J. F. Crigler
and E. Waltman.
Mrs. P. Fick- Rev. M. A. Ashby
and Rev. W. L. Darr.
F. K. Fuchs Rey.. W. H. Little.
J. W. H. Fv.chs Rev. C. A. Brown
end Rev. B. S. Brown.
J. H. Gerdes Mrs. C. R. Pless and
Miss Etta Setzer.
Mrs. Mrs. Glameyer and Mrs.
Runge Rev. G. J. Congaware, D.D.,
and Rev. E. P. Manhart, D.D.
Mrs. W. Godwin Mr. and Mrs. F.
G. W. Hutaff H. L. Bonham and E.
W. Hutaff Rev. J. J. Scherer, Jr.,
J. J. Umlauf.
G. Henry Haar Rev. C. Brown
Cox and Prof. T. G. Rydlngsvard.
G. Heyer Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dree-
L. Hanson Rev. M. G. G. O.. Scher
er, D.D., Rev. W. C. Davis and Rey,
J. H. C Huitt.
John Haar Rev. G. H. Lingle, Rev.
B. D. Wessinger.
Jurgen Haar W. L. Kinney.
F. E. Hashagen Rev. W. C. Schaef
fer, Jr., and Rev. J. L. Sieber.
J. Kuck Rev. M. J. Epting, D.D.,
find Rev. E. A. Repass, Ph.D.
W. L. Konig Rev. and Mrs. I. D.
W. F. Koch W. F. Aberly.
J. G. Kuhlken Rev. J. A. Cromer
and Rev. W. A. Deeton, D.D.
C. P. B. Mahler Prof. G. F. McAl
lister and Prof. J. T. Crabtree.
Rev. G. W. McClanahan Rev. A.
D. R. Hancher, Rev. W. H. Greever,
D.D. and Mrs. R. CrHolland.
Mrs. J. R. Kelley Rev. W. P.
Cline, Sr. and Rev. W. P. Cline, Jr.
H. Ortman H. Heidenreich and J.
H. Otten Rev. J. A. Kinard and H.
R. Pape J. A. Neas.
E. Poezolt Miss Laura Burckard.
C. W. Polvogt Rev. J. A. More
head, D.D., Rev. L. A. Fox, D.D., and
Rev. C. K. Bell, D.D.
C. Richter Mr. and Mrs. Rhyne.
D. L. Struthers Rev. and Mrs. J.
Martin Schnibben J. W. Cress and
J. B. Kessler.
Uforge Schutt Mrs. Y. von A.
Riser and Mrs. L. S. Trofti.
Mrs. E. Schulken and Mrs. Adrian
Mrs. W. F. Morehead and Miss
J. Rulfs Rev. G. H. Rhodes and
Rev. J. j. Schuerer, Sr.
J. H. Render Rev. A. G. Voigt,
D-D., Rev. G. S. Bowers, D.D., J. H.
Marstellar and Kenneth Baker.
Msr. M. Schulken Rev. H. A. Kis
'ier, andRev. E. P. Monroe.
Will Rehder J. R. Smith, A. H.
E. P. H. Strunck Rev. E. Fulenwl
der and Rev. E. Y. Boozer.
U E. Sox Rev. E. J. Sox.
F. Tiencken Rev. and Mrs. M. O.
M. G. Tiencken and W. uronenburg
Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Freed and Rev.
J- A. Huffard.
Dr. J. c Wessel Dr. A. B. Breiner.
A. D. Wessell Rev. and Mrs. E.
H. L. Vollers Rev. R. L. Patterson,
HIS Fill REPORT
Forsyth Gave More For Wil
son Than Any Other Coun
ty New Hanover 2nd.
The final report of Mr. Hugh Mac
Rae, secretary-treasurer of the North
Carolina Finance Committee for tbe
Wilson Campaign Fund, issued a final
statement yesterday which shows var
ious contributions that have been
made to the Wilson Fund by North
Carolina counties and cities.
Forsyth county leads all others and
New Hanover occupies second place.
The figures show Wilmington's con
tribution less than S5.000. however it
was slightly more but additional mon-1 Hillsboro $56
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was made up and New Hanover ac
tually contributed $5,000.
The total contributions reported by
the different cities, towns and conn
ties in the State are as follows:
Forsyth county Winston-Salem,
New Hanover county Wilmington,
Guilford county Greensboro, $2,
413.50; High Point, $30.50; Oak Ridge,
Wake county Raleigh, $2,259.92;
Wake Forest, $25; Cary, $2.
Mecklenburg county Charlotte, $1,
265; Matthews, $16.75.
Durham county Durham,. $865.
Iredell county Statesville, $$34.
Robeson county Lumberton, $512.
50; Maxton, $67; Rowland, $105; St.
Pauls, $26; Tolarsville, $2; Red
Cumberland county Fayetteville,
$779; Hope Mills, $7.
Wilson county Wilson
Elm City, $6; Lucama, $8.
Wayne county Mt. Olive, $111;
Fremont, $39.50; Goldsboro, $345.50;
Pikeville, $10; Seven Springs, $2.50.
Macon county Franklin, $500.
Nash county Rocky Mount, $358,
75; Marshville, $110.25; Spring Hope,
Spencer, $25.25; China- Grove, $5;
Anson county Wadesboro, $316;
Polkton, $5. '
Buncombe county Asheville, $265;
Swanannoa, $45. " ' . .
Beaufort county Washington, $289.
50; Belhaven, $18.
Union county Monroe, $277; Wax
Franklin county Louisburg, $163;
Franklinton, $120.50; Bunn, $8; Ma
Surry county Mount Airy, $237.50;
Richmond county Hamlet, $149.50;
. Edgecombe county Taboro, $234.
75; Battleboro, $3.50.
Lenoir county JCinston, $160; La
Grange, $52; Falling Creek, $25. '
Gaston county Gastonia, $224.50.
Johnston county Smithfield, $94;
Selma, $59.50;' Clayton, $15; Benson,
$50, Pine Level, $6.
Orange county Chapel Hill, $157;
But One Matter to Come Up
For Consideration and That
Halifax county E.nleld, $125.50;
Littleton, $36; Scotlan.l Neck. $36.25;
Moore county Carthage, $67.50;
Southern Pines, $23; Aberdeen, $44,
5C, Pinehurst, $50; Cameron, $14.50.
Pitt county Greenville, $120.50;
Duplin county Warsaw, $73; Fai
son, $54.25; Wallace, $31; Rose Hill,
Davidson county Lexington, $146;
Vance county Henderson, $160.
Pasquotank county Elizabeth City,
Catawba county Hickory, $90;
Warren county Warrenton, $53 ;
Haywood county Canton, $7C75;
Rockingham county Reidsville,
$103; Spray, $30.
Sampson county Clinton, $117;
Ivanhoe, $5; Parkersburg, $1.
Hoke county Raeford, $121.
Lee county Sanford, $111.50;
Scotland county Laurinburg, $98 ;
Caldwell county Lenoir, $105.
i Columbus county Acme, $50; Chad
, bourn, $10; Whiteville, $37.50; Vine-
City Council was .in session but a
very few minutes this morning and!
the only matter to come before that
august body was not disposed of. Ad-.
jQurnment was had for the double,
purpose of seeing the Corn Show Par-
ade and keeping in touch with the Na-1
tional political situation. - j
Mr. J. A. MclNlorton was the only
petitioner to appear before council ,
and his request to permit the con
struction of a six-foot sidewalk on
Sixth street, between Nun and'
Church, was referred to the city en-'
gineer and Council Bradshaw for an
investigation and report.
It is customary to build sidewalks
of 'eight-foot width, but Mr. McNort-!
on pointed out that it was his desire,
and the desire of other property own-
! At 1 t1i ,
ers on mat diock to preserve tne trees
that fringe the sidewalk and to make
possible repair work to fences with
out the necessity of pulling them out
of the concrete. Council promised
Mr. McNorton that everything pos-'
sible would be done looking toward
jthe granting of the request. j
A $1,000 STREET CAR RIDE
An administration, carrying $1,000 belonging to an estate, boarded a crowd
ed street car in the city of Savannah. When he alighted from the car the
money was gone. (Tarver vs. Torrence, 7 S. E., 177). The jury concluded
that the administrator was guilty of gross negligence. ;
Are you going to expose your funds to possible loss through careless
handling or will you place your estate for safe, intelligent management
in the hands of the Wilmington Savings & Trust Company? Personal prop-
erty is secure, in our modern fire and thief-proof vaults. Other property will
receive the careful and expert attention of our organization of trained trust
company specialists. Our officers will gladly aid you in your banking or trust
problems. Let us explain by letter or interview.
The Wilmington Savings & Trust Company
1887 110 Princess Street 1916
Oldest dnd Largest North Carolina Savings Bank
1 1 Mmt:'lmm'B
READ DISPATCH BUSINESS SPECIALS
& Urning ton
Craven county New Bern, $436.
Randolph county Asheboro, $400;
Ramseur, $6; Randleman, $15; Sea
Rowan county Salisbury, $361;
Cleveland county Shelby, $100.75,
Pender county Burgaw, $70.75; At
kinson, $5.50; Rocky Point, $16.75;
Point Caswell, $2.
Bertie county Windsor, $15.50; Au-
D.D., Rev. S. T. Hallman, D. D., Miss!lander' $40; oxobel, $36.50.
Annette Kaehler and Miss Lottie' Harnett county Lillington, $21;
Wyse SDunn, $36.50; Duke, $25.
Martin von OsenRev. and Mrs. T. j Perquimans county Hertford, $77.
3. Epting ' Chowan county Edenton, $70.
Mrs. A.' Warren Mrs. R. A. Yoder! Onslow county Jacksfaville, $58.
tnd Mrs. Grace Wyse. j75! Hubert, $10.
G. G. Merner Rev. W. J. Finck, D. ' Madison county Hot Springs, $19;
D., and Rev. D. I. Offman. ' Marshall, $48.50.
Mrs. B. Zoeller Rev. L. L. Lohr, D. I Bladen count?- Clarkton, $30.50;
D., and Rev. W. F. Shealy. . Elizabethtcfwn, $17; Councils, $14;
W. C. Yarborough Dr. C. O. Mil-' White Oak, $1; Ruskin, $1; Abbotts
ler and W. T. Stauffer. ; burg, $2.
The following will be provided fori Granville county Oxford, $65.
from funds contributed for the pur-j Burke county Morganton, $60.50.
poe: Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Rose, Rev.i Davie county Mocksville, $60.
A. R. Becker, F. Conrad, Rev. and ; Rutherford counttf Ruthetfdrdton,
Mrs. E. C. Cronk and son. R. C. $60.
Counts, J. A. Cline, Miss C. Ef ird, i Stanly county Norwood, $37.50;
R. L. Fritz, D.D., W. Huffman, Rev. 1 Richfield, $20; New London, $2.50.
and Mrs. E. R. Kohn, R. G. Goiner.J Chatham county Pittsboro, $31;
Mrs. J. L. Keyer, E. M. Minnick, G.jSiter City, $25.
B. Morehead Mrs. J. D. Mauney, Mr.! Carteret county Beaufort, $20;
i and Mrs. J. M. Rhodes, H. L. Snyder, j Morehead City, $35.
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Mrs. J. L. Smith, M. F. P. Troutman, j Wilkes county Wilkesboro, $30;
M. C. Wagner. i North Wilkesboro, $20; Moxley, $1.
Mr. m. Lacy Hunt Named to Head
Young Men's Christian Association.
The Board of Directors of the Y. M.
C. A., in session last night, elected Mr. '
H. Lacy Hunt, a well known young
business man of the city, president of
the association, to succeed Judge W.
P. Stacy, who recently resigned when
he went onthe Supreme Court bench.
Mr. Hunt is one of the city's pro
gressive young business men and
while the officers of the Y. M. C. A.
regret to lose Judge Stacy they feel
that in Mr. Hunt they have an ex
cellent officer. Mr. Hunt has long
been identified with Y. M. C. A. af-j
Northampton county Jackson, $45;
Montgomery county Mt. Gilead,
$15; Troy, $20; Ether, $5.
Lincoln county Lincolnton, $37.
Brunswick county Southport, $34;
Martin county Williamston, $35.
Alexander count Taylofsville,
Cabarrus county Concord, $25.
Graham county Robbinsville, $25.
Caswell county Yanceyville, $19.
50; Prospect Hill $5.
McDowell county Marion, $20; Old
Transylvania countyBrevard, $20.
Person county Roxboro, $16. .
Alamance county Burlington, $15.
Dare county Manteo, $10.
Greene county Waltonsburg, $10.
Swain county Bryson City, $10.
Cherokee county Murphy, $5.
Hertford county Harrelsville, $2.
Miscellaneous Remitted through
the Charlotte Observer, $1,147.95.
From North Carolinians residing
outside the state, $240.
Special Jbe of Women 's Juits
A Jhree &ay Sale oi Suits gegins Thursday Morning
When quality, style and correct tailoring combined with low prices, you
have the real basis of economy. That is just what takes place in this special un
derpricing of desirable coat suits of the Bon Marche quality.
Our buyer while in New York last week purchased a
number of suits at special prices, and we are going to add
a number from our regular stock, thus giving you the ad
vantage of our good fortune and at the same time reduc
ing the prices for three days of our regular line.
This is the opportunity you have waited for, and you
should a vaiT yourself of this chance to purchase good
suits at very special prices.
Our ONE-PRICE SYEgiveseveryone the same
chance when we reduce, for we have the same prices
for everybody. A small charge will be made for alter
ations. $25.00 tailored suits, very special, for . .$19.75
$30.00 and $32.50 Suits, very special, for . $25.75
$35.00 tailored suits, very special, at $28.75
$40.00 tailored suits, very special, at $33.75
I $45.00 tailored suits, very special, at $37.75
$50.00 and $55.00 tailored suits, very special, at $42.75
$65.00 tailored suits, very special at $49.75
iOatch the &on Itfarche Advertisements for feature
Special Jtem of interest Sach &ay.
Visitors a Hearty Welcome During Corn Show Week
'Not Only to Visit Our Store, But Our Booths at the Corn Show, Where the Advantages
in Farming with Modern Machinery will be Demonstrated. Agricultural Implements Will
be Displayed in the Tent, while our Display of Sargent Hardware, Roofing, Fencing, Benj,
Moore & Cos Paints, Oils and "Vortex Hot Blast Heaters" and General Hardware will be dis
played in the Main building. You're welcome. Pay Us a Visit.
lO and 12 South Front St.
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