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VOL. XXIII. NO. 354.
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, SAT l!jRD AY AFTERNOON; OCTOBER 1 3 1917 V i
TOD A I SUGGESTED
.Few Shivering Fans Gathered;
i at Baseball Park Early
A CLEAR AND COLD
DAY WAS PROMISED
German Troops Landed On
Two Islands in Gulf of
RAIN HALTS FIGHTING
ON FLANDERS FRONT
Downpour, Which Stopped
Yesterday's Offensive, Con
tinued Today Germans
Fail to Attack British, But
Assault French Lines.
PERSONS OF ALL
Men, Women and Children,
Black, White and Foreign
White Sox Fans' Enthusiasm:
Has Dwindled Down to aj
Mprf Hnnp. Ch
an Advantage in Being at
fRICE FIVE CENTS
E COSTLY 10
Military Expert Discusses the
Great Losses Sustained in
mm m vnno unite m mm
uLUUIIL iuuii wuicu muuus :
MEN HEAVY LOSERS
(By Associated Press.) I
Chicago, Oct. 13. The weather to-!
day was less suggestive of a ball;
;No Voice Raised n Support of
The German Chan-
; German Critic Pays Belated
Tribute to Effectiveness of
sic Examples. -
All Candidates Now Realize T hey Must Woric For Subscript
tions -Coupons Now Appearing Good For - Only Five -;
Votes Each - Opportunity to Ride in Your . sVk,
- . . Own Car.
iviaicing tne juisciosures m
Reichstag Sflong Cen
sorship Clapped on.
(By Associate Pr88.)
f!nnpnhflirpn Opt 13 The r.ormQti
in btverj.i pidces , Reichstag adjourned leaving behind
Wlr.lt the British offensive has
fn a momentary pause with the
ffexted vaster day everywhere
situation latent with b; ' ssi-
develoned on the Rus :
Fhe landing cf German troops p;Ufxr Yar-OIrl Ta NcTro
GERMAN WOULD HELP
inlands of Oosel 3ncl Dago, at i
..Mjiit li of th? Gulf of Riga, is re-j
, il ociay from Petrograd. From,
shore's edge at Hapsal, opposite:
Buys a 200 Bond Buy-
Bonds For Babies is
r-r island, a railroad line runs di-i
lect to Roval, the Russian naval base!
(P.v Associated Press.)
Washington, Oct. 13. Persons
on ilu- Gulf of Finland and thence on jall raceS) classes and conditions are
to IVtrogcad. i supporting the sale of second Liberty
Tho islands in -aestion have them-;l oan bon(is, reports to the Treasury
r-!vos been bases of no little impor-. Department from many parts of the
tarn- to the Russians, especially r j country show.
airplane activities. Then- seizure; If th6 Fatherland needs a spank
would undoubtedly hamper Russian jjng( j am ready to help administer it,
n ival scoutine work, effectually close .even thougn i do it wun teariui eyes
p.nif nf v. to Russian use, anu "'"
the"" Rev. Christian Hohn, a
. German minister, of New Ulm. Minn..
annrentlv offer an-excellent starting nr.AUrarAnbw&.
point for a land expedition foi Petro-j Greeks and Italians are among the
trad, if one should be contemplated :most enthusiastic buyers in Chicago,
by the German command. 'Many of them originally bought bonds
The lateness of the season nasmnder the impression that they were
?eemed to preclude any attempt by .contributing money to the govern
the Teutons to make a drive tward:ment, with no chance of return. One
Petrograd this year. It has been Lithuanian bought $10,000 worth. The
pointed out, however, that such a, total foreign born sales force in Chi
move could r-rob-bly be carried out ;cagf) ig estimated at 2,000 men, women
with comparative oase at present, and children-
with the Russian armies m their ad-, An 80 year old Texas negro hobbled
mittedly disor-pniztd state, whereas iintQ a Liberty Loan committee and
nfxi spring there is governmental bought from nis sriiall store of money
promise of a Russian military regen-;a ?200 bond
eration. afLe-r a wmiei s u.fedui.auun Buvine bonds for babies is becom-
ling popular. Some persons are buy
ing them with the intention of giving
woik aions the new lines
Tn T.-lr.nrlers the havy
stopped field Marsn:u hs " Itheir sons starts in business a quar-
yesterday. before a I nr.; o oje.uve& ; ter of a century hence, and others
were attained. wa. continuing 1?' are laying the bonds away to help
increasing tho d-!t!' of the s'TCkT !educate their babies when they grow
mud through which the British haveiu
been sfugglmg in their advances. " ;
The mud evidently was hampering tne
Germ-im, pfinal'v, for they failed to de,i
liver a counter attack during tne
On t French front the chief activity.-
have been in the Aisne region.
rvr.wn Prinr.p made sev-
finl attacks last night on French po-,
itions on this front. He was met!
with eff'-enve resistanca by General!
Ft tain's forces, however, and all the;
assaults were repulsed.
Petrograd in Danger.
London. Oct. 13. The Germans,
, t-rv-j rsr-, the islands oi i
THE LOAN DRIVE
game than of starting the Christmas MADE A BLUNDER IN
shopping early. Although the New' All VC FH WltTA I Pf HT
York Nationals and the Chicago Am-' lJY iL I
ericans were to meet here for the fifth ! r;-i;- -
game of thfe world's series this after- i Was Strongly Advised Asrainst
uuuu, uie line in ironc oi ine iickbc ;
window at Comiskey Park did not
start to form until 4 o'clock this
morning. Three hundred fans were
shivering in the line at daybreak. A
vender of camp stools beat a retreat
about this time as everybody was too
cold to sit down
i-1- i : i l a: r ,
ixire wuie ntue camp mes, anu a it a latent crisis which political ob-
U11EI.1 uuaiucsa in nut tuuee ctnu
steamingfrankfurters was done. The
weather man promised clear skies
and a slightly warmer air by after
Although the, series stands 2 and 2
and the utmost importance attached
to today's conflict, scalpers tickets
wei'e far below the prices demanded
for the first two games a week ago.
reserved in the grand stand at $10.
This was in part due to the increas
ed supply of pastboards from patrons
who having seen the first two games
disposed of the third coupon of their
Chicago tickets. There was no indi
cation of changes in the line up of
players of either team from that
made familiar during the first fourj
games. .The experts figure on Saiiee
or Pol Perritt for the visitors, and
Cicottee or Reb Russell for the lo
cals. The cold was thought to pomt
(By Associated Press.) ' 4,
Copenhagen, Oct. 13. An unmis- I
takable intimation of great losses sus-!
tamed by the Germans in their at
tempts to stein the British attacks is
contained in the latest comment of
Lieutenant General von Ardenne, mili
tary critic of the Tagebjiatt of Ber
lin, on'the Flanders campaign. He
$775 Briscoe Automobile.
Ford Touring Car.
$200 in Gold.
$100 in Gold.
$93 Furniture Suite.
$75 Columbia Grafonola,
$50 Merchandise Order At J. W
H. Fuchs Department Sfore.
$25 Wrist Watch.
Two $60 Diamond Rings.
4 Ten per cent, commission to
ail non-winners, who remain
rpfprs tr the (JprmaTi lneoro at Mqto.
La-Tour afld Gravelotte in the Franco- ,-act!ve.' on money new sub-
Prussian war flv-nraenfr fivosivth nf" ot-iipuoih.
servers Deiieve wiii..eaa, sooner or
later, to the retirement of Dr. Mi
chaelis, the Chancellor, without a
following. Although bther parties are
less actively in opositlon to Dr. Mi
jehaolis than the Sp4iaiists, not a
voice has been raisexi against the
Vorwaerts' slogan, VStfichaelis Must
Recent arrivals from Berlin report
that the current gossip there is. that
j Michaelis can scarcely,;Jast a month.
The Chancellor's blunder in springing
the disclosures of the alleged naval
plot against which. According to the
National Zeitung, he - was strongly
advised, and his failure to make head
way against the Reichstag majority
appear to have lost him, the Conserva
tive and Pan German; Support. -Other
parties, including even, the National
ists, are united In ' open condemna
tion "of his actions concerning the
naval plot. It is- charged that the
RusTell. Tto lattermalned on toe I n?!or JhM SS?
bench during the first four games
able lack of V Dollticalv acumen but his
from the confidence which followed erle S', , t,
the winning of the first two games by Th hindsight of the government
the White Stockings. At that time regarding the effect-af the naval plbt
they considered the series as good as! disclpeares is shown by the Vorwaerts
wor. but when New York blanked in an interesting revelation that the
the" team for eighteen consecutive, censorship was applied to the chan
inning on the Polo grounds that feel- cellorship and that the telegraph was
ing disappeared knee-deep in oblivion ' Jarred to newspaper dispatches while
and was re-placed by mere hope. The . the authorities were considering in
-feeling was that the break of the what form the speeches of Michaelis
ame would decide the series. j Admiral von Capelle could be
Only one game will be played in j telegraphed abroad
Chicago this trip. The sixth game . Th speeches at the concluding ses--ill
be played in New York and the ?ion of the Reichstag must be read
seventh, if there is one, in which ever m a light that the days of Micnaelis
city the toss of a coin determines. J are numbered. Hie speech of tne
Playine on the home grounds vas ; Radical Depnty Haussmann contained
counted on by Chicagoans as a fao- Passages intended to launch the can
tor in their favor. Each team hasjacy of Prmce von Buelow, which
won its victories at home. Thejs still being pressed as vigorously
Giants, helpless here, simply took on as possible
their own when they got on their! -
home grounds. The partisans of the
Sox hope this would drive similar in
spiration here with the support of
their friends in the stands. The bat--ting
New York: Chicago:
Burns, If J. Collins, rf. j
Herzog, 2b McMullin, 3b. J
Kauff, cf E. Collins, 2b.
Zimmerman, 3b Jackson, it
the officers and one-third of the m.en
of the Guard and Brandonburg regi
ments engaged, as classic examples
in German military history of extra
ordinary casualties suffered without
affecting the morale of the troops.
The general then, says these losses
often are far exceeded in the present
war and that in the third Flanders
battle they have been so great as to
induce the military authorities to
abandon the usual -rule of not refer
ring to them, feeling that the sacri
fices of Prince Rupprecht's men have
been such as to entitled them to ex
traordinary thanks of the fatherland.
General Ardenne pays a grudging
and belated tribute to the achieve
ments of the British tanks, which, ac
cording to his verdict, though quick'
victims to the German field artillery
under good visibility, are able to de
liver a most -effective enfilading from
their machine guns whenever they are
able to approach the infantry lines
under cover of a curtain of smoke or
gas waves, are not to be taken lightly.
& $ "4.
As each day passes in the greatest
voting contest that Wilmington and
surrounding territory has ever seen
the candidates themselves, as well as
the entire public, are beginning to
realize that it is subscriptions that
count the most, votes after all.
There are sdme of the candidates
who assumed leading positions at the
start simply by clipping the ten-vote
Some of you have been hoarding your'
money because you hated to pay 'out
so: much for a car." But, in the mean"
I time, you have been - letting - your
1 friends entertain you with their ' car, '
I then you have to figure how"-, to" the
'world you are going to entertain them H
J. I J lit a . 1- - r . Virl
iu leturu, wiiHuui mnng a car , qt 1
working another friend. V -
- Now here is your opportunity-. to ' -1
get that car you have been wishing JV
for, ; and still keep all your money;-' -and
let it work for you while you are
sleeping or making more. rvj-
Don't it make you feel just a little ' 1
bit envious to see a friend or acquaint -'J.
tance who has a car ride . past
with all her friends, when you might
be having the same good time with
the same people if you only had t , '
car. . 1
The Dispatch is going to give away, ' u
a $775 Briscoe Automobile November
12, 1917. You can win It without
penny of expense, if you would Just7. ,
spend a little of the spare time secur- V
ing votes, that you usually .fooI-atrayJ"., '
Never mind who you are business
woman, professional woman, wife-or t
daughter of a farmer or Just folks-j
you can use the car all right. . So use s
your head that nature gave you for.
coupons appearing in the paper each
nt7' VJ d? we. reduced to,8Uch purposeg and drfyjin yp OWJV'
five votes, beginning with Friday, andcar after November 12.
il, . . -i - -i , ...
tuetie same canaiaates win De at a
loss to know just how to keep up in
the list unless they get out and hus
tle for subscriptions.
Some of you candidates have been
wanting an automobile all these
years and have been wondering how
on earth you would ever be able to
save up. enough money to -buy one.
There are nine other, prizes in addic
tion to the automobile, and each can
didate who remains active untiL.the '.
close and does win a prize will receive r
ten per cent, commission on all new
subscription money that she turns la
during . the contest. There will be no .;
losers.' ' - '; ' '
lucnunued cn Pae. Two)
h mm n h w w w-m mm-- - w m mm mm m v t 'n mm m m m- r
IIIU llll Mil I IUI lllllli ? r-V ;- . I . i i , ,
mm m a m wm m
Neville Convicted and jSen
tenced to Death Accused
of Another Crime.
if nf Riea. !
to a ncuiyr uispaitu n-.
South and the Far West Are
at Last Becoming
Fletcher, ss elsch, ct. f-rmanv Snds Rearets to
(I!v Associated Press.)
Washington, 'Oct, 23. The Liberty
Loan drive was going on today with
Robertson, rf Gandil, lb.
Hclke, lb. Weaver, ss.
Rariden, c Schalk, c.
. d . P-
Sweden and Promises to
(By Associated Press.)
Stockholm, Oct. 13. The Swedish
f ana Dago - ir.,loilWrt T,prffV and
to th Gulf or
'that highly en-
y ti. v-oo ' i .
ill informed In.se isianua. iucj icouragmg results win ue suuwu x
C-,p coast oi -lit; ivui" . i week wnen tne smooiu-ruumus oaico
lsiana is :
(By Associated Press.)
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 31. Earl Ne
ville, a negro, who was declared guil
ty late yesterday by a Wake county
jury of the charge of having crimin
'ally assaulted the wife of a street car
conductor at her home here on the
night of September 19, was sentenced
this morning by Judge Connor to be
electrocuted at the State penitentiary
on October 30.
. Accused of Another Crime.
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 13. Judge
Connor this morning sentenced Ne
ville, convicted yesterday of assault
ing the wife of a street car conductor,
to- die in the electric chair, Friday, No
vember 13.- The Judge's first judg
ment was that the defendant die Oc
tober 10, and the crowd immediately
dispersed. Ten minutes later the
negro was brought down 'from jail and
30 days added to his life. The Judge
had inadvertently mixed dates.
While Nevill was down second time,
O. W. Howard, the State Hispital
employee who figured in July in a
mysterious assault case, in which he
and Miss Wilkie testified that an un-
Deputyf Mueller Scores Cen
sorship in Recent Reichstag
(By Associated Press.)
Amsterdam, Oct. 13. During the
debate on the censorship in the Reich
stag on Thursday, says a Berlin dis
patch, Deputy Heinrich Mueller, of
ea rinallfttd firing Eng-yi ,
land to Terms. ' '"'f V':.
Esthonia. Dago lsiduu , win oneratine for the
OiLnv'es from Petrograci. us," " - -
(U.!iv; additional importance jlast two weeks of the campaign.
ir-,'M ! h fart that it is almost at the: "Results in the South and West of
(,f the Gulf or u-inianu, " Chicago now are giving cneer
f v.-hich is Kronstaut, whicn , , statement issued by
island Js nearly 100 mile3
,r Rirra. which the Germans
1 recently. landing ipessimism reigned at times this week
ZTlC3,use of the slowness of sales. To
ino outflaiiK.ng ct iiu, xva, ...m,,-,
; MiM- ;nd probablv. compel a re-1 day, however, iiiua6o
v:,; Vn n'Vifio r-pcUon cf the front, jhpadauarterSt particularly in the
in . it did not open the vayf to i Mincapolis- and Atlanta districts, bore money
iiii S'a., rTe s.Sns of increasing con- b
Umpires: Rigler, Evans, O'Lough
iin and Klem.
C. T. Page, who lays claim to being foreign office has received the German
the "oldest baseball player in the reply to its inquiry regarding the.ac--.rorld,"
is in Chicago today from At- tion of Count Karl Von Luxburg while
lanta, Ga., to see the fifth game of he was German minister to Argentina
the WOriClS series. rasu paj in aonHine- mpttsacps through the l-
, 50 years ago before the formation Swedish legation regarding the "sink-: criminally and beat him into insensi-
tne proiessionm id5uC3. w L11 mg wltnout trace" of Argentinian bility, came in and declared that Ne
Spaulding, he formed the Kocktora vesseis. Germany expressed regrets Ville is the negro who committed the
"Forest Citys" and played first base lagt month and promised a fuller state- crime
on that team. He afterward pe-;ment later- The answer now for-
came part owner ot the Chicago in a- Warded confirms the arrival in Ber-
jlin of the Luxburg cablegrams as pub- ',
hshed, although one ot them was
1 (By Associated Press.)
Amsterdam, Oct. 13. Admiral von
Tirpitz, former minister of the. Ger
man imperial navy, interviewed' by
The Brunswick Landes Zeitimcr:
JnuntPfl aa oavino" c- '..rxj
"The Chancellor wants to lead but, tI7 N. ,
we are reminded of the worst times ( We can continue confidentiy tQ et
of the old Roman empire of Ger-f Dect a final triumph oyer England as
many. We are suffocated under a long as we continue to sink vessels
neap or oniciai paper prescriptions of faster than phe can construct thW.
A submarine war success cannot "be
the Treasurery Department. In cer
tain district of these sections deep
tional League team
Betting on Giants.
, x-v , t n mi r -
New orK, uct. io. i lm b wvi uxai. mutulated at an essential point,
toriov ia thP 13th had no effect on the, . , .1.
usual superstitious baseball fans in
tJpw York and they were offering
The German government states it
is unable to make a declaration re-
edds of 5 to 4 this morning that the patcheg ag nQ confirmatory COrrespon
Giants would defeat the Sox at Lhi- nlace with Von Lux-
tvii oftemoon) A numDer oi , , , . , , , ,
FAMOUS OZTEC CLUB
WILL BANQUET TONIGHT
mock justice, injustice and arbitrari
ness. People sigh, 'who will free us
from this deluge of evil paper?' Con
fidence is ruined by the manner in
which the state of siege is exercised.
"Homogeneity is lacking in the im
perial leadership and the higher mili
"The relations "between the general
command and the trade unions is be
coming worse and worse. It is a
scandal how the pacifist leaders are
deprived of all their rights at a timo
when great concessions are being
made to the government's pacifism."
After a strong criticism of the meth
ods of the press bureau, the speaker
"It was not lack of men, but of
equipment that was responsible for
the outcome of the battle of the
"It looks as if there were elements
in Germany workings for an open con
flict between the government and par
pint Dili in
(By Associated Pi ess.)
New York, Oct. 13. The Aztec
Club of 1847, a famous organization
founded by the officers of General
Winfield Scott's army of occupation in
Th0 toiotrrama nro coin tn hovo Mexico City, October 13, 1S47, will
- i i i ? a r
had no effect on the submarine war. celebrate its 70th aniversary with a
"""!ThP. trnvprnmpnt denlorps thp faot oanquet nere tonignt. ui tne original
Dago inland, to Petro- jfidence
San Francisco reported an unofficial . MI7X7 r ARIMFT
land. the larger of the two e3tlmate Df $139,000,000 in subscrip-
vi- ; Ion? and ha3 an wl!tions or two fifths oi tne uisuiu
mare miles and a population !maxilKUin allotment. A Liberty Loan
; : Gi .OC J. It has a difficult , luncheon in Kansas City added $4o4,-
:: .i- In the form ot. precipituua M th totaL NebrasKa anu w y-
i v v
tets of 10 to 9 were made that, the
Giants would win th,e series. Gianc
which was scarce up to tne , f--K,8!!0H ain thnt- membership of 162, two members of
before the opening game, is now, T ,'W(r OTntnw iha faitit aa I the club U. S. Grant and Franklin
much in evidence here. 'extended by the Swedish authorities Pierce became Presidents of. the
Mt, a m,nnr wh,h mitrht h, Kr. f United States, and 63 reached the
(construed as abuse of them. , f grade of general in the Union and
Damage Before Noon Estimat
ed at $1 ,200,000; and Fire
New York, Oct. 13. Fire today
destroyed 16-0,000 bushels of grain in
expected immediately, h6weverbpt if.
we pursue our aim firmly, we shall
find, after some months, that our posi
tion for negotiations, with England
will be quite different.' ' - '.
"England desires negotiation - now
while her position is comparatively '
favorable. The decisive factors rare
the shipping losses, suffered by the
Entente and by neutrals who expose,,
themselves to our U-boat war. ' ir.' ,'
"No definite time can be , fixed for"!
our success. Economical! and' , aa
regards war materials, our position to
day is stronger than that of 'France-:
or Italy. How far England will te '
able to make supplies last cannot he
predicted. . . J '
"But the decisive factor- Is that
while we supply four-fifth of our eco
nomic neeIs from our own produ
tions, England has td fetch four-fifths
of her's from overseas.: . --s jt'
"We are now at the fateful hour ofr
our existence, Germany , cannot: main- -'
tain her position as a world power
against England unless her position is
founded on might." ; - ' " '
Fltfni ANH Tn QTAPT
REPRISAL AIR RAIDS
1 " '.- -
(By Associated Press.) . f
London, Oct., 13. -The -morning pav
pers suggest that the government la
ready to begin carrying out reprisal! ;
air raids on Germany; -This belief
is based on the assignment of Lieut, j ,
Gen. Henderson director general- of
military aeronautics, to special, work
&nd the sending of Major. General .W.3
S . Brancker, director of air . organiza-.
an elevator owned by the New York tlon for 4he army, to a
LANDSLIDE OF BANKS
.ti.- A new will not occur again.
oming reported numerous sales. Sales-' caV,.-net has been formed to succeed-
men and speakers are making an in- that headed by Israel Tocornal which V v-
a in rrlorarln St. LOUIS vnotrrnail Tniv 9. Kduardn Suarez
innciv vt in i rzai u v ui j .
, l u o" i ii. I l 1 1 1 1 in i i r . 4-Fn rtiir m m l Eipr ill i f i tJ i , i - -
lOLttl Ul 1," ' i,"" 1V1 U . 1, LllU UCV ui.uiu -
Dock Company, on the Brooklyn wa-
At 10:30 a. m.. the flames were not
i ij j:...v j ji ine ciuu now iiuuiuers uu mem- , . .
tcaiuuKiLei tu ui&tuiu me ineuuij' ie- . - . . ., , unaer control ana uuuaings m tne
TO rrnrD A! PFQFRVF reported a total of $1,071,400 in tne Mu.ca, the new mm
JO FEDERAL KfcokKViV yesterday. Five banks in Atlanta aflatrt. is the former
(subscribed $3,100,000 and 'a Nashville safior to the United S
ir.y Associated Pr i ihonlr $2,500,000. . i ca Allows:
The Despatch will issue a base-
sons or nearest blood relatives of of
ficers of the army, navy or maripe
corps, who served in some part of
Mexico during the war and prior to
the treaty of Gaadalupe-Hidalgo.
The' president of the club is Brig".
I Gen. Horatio Gates Gibson, U. S. A,
thought the loss might reach"$500,000.i
Superintendent Tomlins in charge
of the elevator, known as "No. 2,"
told Fire Marshal Thomas Brophy ho
believed the fire was caused by the
Oct. 13. Tneex: mpn of Columbus. O.,
vtiMi drill r n;niiitJJ -
explosion of a bomb inside the build
he new hall extra this afternoon, giving M,W4H whn 00fv in th TJfnl inS- He said an explosion occurred
a de - iled account of the fifth -1 " L oVhhI vr Jo Ju
l.nks to- the
4n ell J2.500.000
l.in the last three weeks so manv i " t:TiQ oaw to hp lead
i awuui sv
FnL T today Dayton Aviation School to be
announced today, the w t week have
WW tu ui
companies and State banks j bonds
- i v j. - mirlonH irr sales
"fi tbst thp resources or tnaums iC'"
k within the
f applications is pouring into -irtMwuu ...
. j.1 TXT 1 J I - 1 1 " O-A "V--''-'-"--
Minister of the Interior, Kleoaoro y me worm b series De--y-; in his 91st yean
A'-nnPT- -ween xew xorK vjiants ana uni- v - .
Minisr of Foreign Affairs, Eduar- cago White Sox. The game will
do Suarez Mujica; iT U&JI1. 1U U15" n uuwn,
Minister of Finance, Ricardo daias our time, ana snouia ne over
Minister cT Justice, Arturo
ist before the flames' were discover
ed. A portion of one side of the truc-
SOUTHERN STATES , ;.:7
, " " . " . '1 1 - .
(By Associated Press.) ,
New York, Oct. 13. The Southern
States Exposition - of - ' the 1 Southern
Commercial Congress will open here'
tonight w-ith exhibits showing .What
the Southern has been doing since '
the United States declared ' war : on :
Germany. Products of the South's gar-
ture was blown, out by the shock, he I dens will he displayed, results off
Army Meets V P I said. . the mobilized Industries will be shown
(jir Associated f'ress.) Three hours after discovery of the 'and it will; be explained ;how -the
West, Point, Oct. 13. The Army j fire, four alarms .were sounded, as South proposes to aid the government
4 a.hniit S oVIofk Thn rvinntrh -rryatc Virwinio Miiitarv TnatitntA n.t the flames were not vet under con- In the -conduct of -th war. ' -
Alem- extra will be on the streets in a 4 football here today. As several of the trol, and firemen Y;:were fearful they 1 Six : bureaus of the Department, of
ie resources or inaums -- - ii MHmtprt rnrtf v lew minutes aiter me last piayersv caaet stars- aro on tne mjureu iihi uie wvuw bvicwi. iu-j uwci ic vwei voiuuji-v.i .? wasuiugiuu - wm buuw
1 . . ; Vtt vTlr'c nresent total, e5U.uiiit.eu yai i . ., . : . -i:. u - :.i - ' ... . ..'. 4. nu '-;
ritulions within the systemi . iow r. - - to the ' Master of War. Oscar Viei; v nas oeen reurea. :s. Army present a paicnup ime isu wm iu wukuu. 6iuu.v. .,, tnuw iney nave oeen co-operating wnu ...
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douWecJ. .A stedy,unc.flo.afc was( . ?325. Mi :ster of Indusirie3, Malaquta3
serve Board every day.
,4' 4 ! 4 weather prevails today.
51,200,000. . i- j , -1 of .food and the elimination of waste.