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W Umingtcn .. .r 2734
Savannah . . .. . . . . 2-1-4
i in rloston. . ... i ........ 27 3-4
Norfolk v, . .... ..28.3'
NEW YORK COTTON.
Xovv- York, Nov. 14. The cotton
,: arkct showed renewed nervousness
;,;:.! irrr rrularity. during" today's early
.'.,i(!iijg. The unsettling character of
luropcan political news appeared, to
. r. I, .i dr.Tir VntVi Tla- KtiIHoI Vionana- -re
not ,- on domestic mill consumption for
('), tuber and the beh'ef that the era-
;,!,.yint n; of neutral tonnage in cbast
v. i am! South American trade-would
iniove tlie export situation. The
r: ,. ; oponed steady at an advance
,,i tlirc )oint3 to a decline of seven
y.ulv.tr, hA boon sold 9 t6 13 points
j , t hnvrr, with January touching 27.03
.March 2fi.51. There was StOuth
, a:v,l Wall Street selling on the de
(ii.ii bvJ ike market found support
;. M-a!'' down and there was scatter-
! cov. ring cn the consumption re-
i '! ir.n
1 1, ( . :i.v:
NEW YORK SPOT COTTON.
Nt Yoik, Nov. 14. Spot cotton
t. middling 29.70.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON.
N.-w Oiit-an", Nov. 14. The bullish;
l.-.u-ir.p- nf '.he Canine! Tfuponii militnrv
, . ...
' , 'A.,!t, rt tv,c ' .nsi. oti,
,! in.- opening of the cotton market
!itm today, but-after a rise of 4 to 7
, ctt-rv-o-o, mtr,
D(,!.!i (,.i nil- stiuiigtrr luuiuns mere
LtritKi ip or licrooer causprl hnvinar
uv i,:i -t i"
u,,. Lw ix , uw. j-iud,
''-.)' -.nr. closed steady at an advance
nf ! !o 8,", points.
n.-r-nibf-r .. ..27.35
Low Clos Bid ;
NEW ORLEANS SPOT COTTON.
X w Orleans, Nov. 14. Spot cot-:
f'T. sfpady and unchanged. Sales on'
ti- -pot 1,220: to arrive 856. j
l ow middlinrr 27.0-0: middling .27.SR: i
rood middling 28.38, receipts 14,690,
r ivcpool, Nov. 14. Cotton: Spot,
b't.--iness restricted, prices unchanged. !
rood middling 22.47; middling- 21.95; !
I'nv middling 2L42: good ordinary j
-.-fj; nruinarv um&. aie; t
b:iios, including H,360 American. No
v.- v i ' heavy offerings which caused a'TT-rVT V 1 i k
, , ,T , - ... to 1.16 1-2, were followed by material
s b:ir-k. Much of the selling appear- furtner teak
,o rnnio from realizing longs. At ! Government " orders for the prompt
"nwf, hlfi?t haif hUr; p"ce.s movement of more than 3,000 box cars
r.Tfipts. Fiiiurrs closed quiet. New; COTTON SEED OIL MARKET.
ror.mct: J?nuary 21.S9; March 21.88; J New York, Nov. 14 The cotton
May 21.87. Old contracts, fixed prices ;sppd oi market closed quiet. Spot,
Xov. 20.2.'; Dec-Jan. 19.70; Feb.-March . 13 50 (bid). November 18.75; ,Decem
ir) ...1; April M?y 19.34; June-July 19.18. ' h9Y 1R 40. January 18.25 ; March 18.30;
May 19.00 asked.
SET BlCe PRAISE
Mend of French Aviation Ser-
vice Lauds Yankee
P.y Knited Press.)
Oct. 28 (Dy Mail)
ticf cf cabinet of the new j
i.nrw.'.ter of aviation, is the former
-'.!uti;and.-r of the famous "Storks Es
o; (inllf," which included the most fa
mous F'vr.eii aces, notably Guynemer,
oi aviation, is the rormervNu ,-r. ?a nf the surest wavs
who brought dawn 54 German ma-
- , j j: t ii , iui i 1 1 1 l ' iiiu .tv . . - --- . - .
' ore.:. Doi-m.', Heurtaux, Doullin. j oriors and I cannot speak too highly j coolness, and exceptional physical en-r'!:-n:if
urn! de La Tour, wio among of them. As soon as they have had ; durance are the first requirements.
: iuive accounted for close to a lne nfGessary training, American air-j ' The athletic training of your young
!u::o!vd b.ostile aircraft. No man in'ir,0n in rnnTunction with the French ! men fits them quite exceptionally for
i' t'i.IK-:- is better
(lualified than the
"th.tt air bombardments i
b i - : r n it. in all its forms, at the Despite all their efforts, they will not j airmen in America, I feel certain that
Homme, on the Chemin des Dames I be able to keep pace -with the im-; it is in the air that the strength of
i n: in Danders, where he was in j mense effort America is making. America's war power will be rrrst felt.
oinm;ind or the "aviation de chasse."i "But the preparation must be The aerial campaign which is immi
iioiti v after the recent French air j thorough, for air fighting is becoming nent will.be of immense importance
over German towns, a United j daily more complicated. Apart from for the final victory, and during its
IT".-- rn!TMnni.fimt cirri Mainr
Ib of ard for his view on the question j manship is all importat. Pitched bat
fT air bombardments and their effi-!tles between opposing air, fleets will
w-y in a military sense and the co- become more and more frequent, and
TRENCH ATTACK. IT IN
nyrrT. niwnnmm.iiriTMrn i .'. .w. .''.
1 1 included bemb'a- "which" can b
r r . ; '"U y'-"yyw':"t v v - r 3
V WHOLES A
Better, p&t, IS.Country- r.SOc
Sprkig chickens,: apiece ...VzeOc
Grown chickens apiece ....... 6065c
Puddle- Bucks,, apioco . .. .... 5056c
uuineas,-, apiece. i '. ...35e
Beef ... ... M .12 13c;
Irish- Potatoes, Jersey Joint;
.-IV-pK Dags . t . . . . . . .... -.$4.40
jv. u. nams, pound .......... 2627c
Nu. snouicters aftdRib3, lb . .25 26c
Cabbage, (100 lbs)
Hides, Green v. ;. .... .. ....20c
Wool, free of .feu? . . .65
Corn, bucirsi . ; . ........ . . . ; i-m . J2.7&
Bee's Wax .. .. ..... .. ,...13c
Salted Ufdes .lgc
Tallow ....... ...... ,llc
Woo4, clean . .,.E0c
Wool, burr i. . ... . . .46S06
Spatnish Onions, the crate .$1.75
Onions 2 bu. bags," Sllrerskin ..$4;40
Onians 2 bu. "bags Red ......... .4.25
WILMINGTON NAVAL STORES
Spirits. .N. D.
f Rosin N. D.
( Tar $3.50 and 16 cMits.
Crude $3.75, $3.75, $2.75.
Tar . .
Chicago, Nov. 14. Decided setbacks
took niftPP in tho nripo rvf pnrn
r . ' " t-.
owing chiefly to 'weakness in the New
y st0ck market Onenintr nrices
stocK mf arRe- 0uVe? inf P"ces'
which ranged from 3-8 to 1 3-8c lower,
,;iu , - i oa i ii -t -t r r-D
;into the West to protect. Federal re
quirements for feed had a bearish in
fluence on oats.
Provisions, although firm at the out-
set, gave way later with grain. Ini
tial strength was due to the upward
tendency of the hog market.
Grain and provisions prices follow:
N Open Close
j May . . . .
' 63 1-2
i M ; '
! : Total sales 1,600.
BSaze Pul Out.
An alarm from Box 17 at 11 o'clock
!thls morning called the fire depart
ment tn 1018 North Fifth street.
vh.-To fcey exLir.guished a. small blaze
on the. roof, of a one-story dwelling,;
jcauseu ny-Hiai -
- 'Damage Was Slight.
t j.- f , -.i
iteration of American . a or.
There can be no aouot," saw
j jor-Brocard, "that aid bombardments
.are destined to play an even bigger
. ..v. . -
i role in the futurev and there is also
nn fln.,ht in niy i mfnd that the co-
Gperation of American kir squadrons
otbriag'ms the war home to Germany j
end shaking her morale. 1 Know wnai
wp rm exDeet from American air-
t v-,, vori oowcroi htkIrt mv ,
ma-fwin ive a development to aerial war-;
fnrP which will surprise the Germans, j
tho nuetion of Diloting. that of mark-1
CLUDES BOMBS WHICH C
aeeen fallins 4i fre )ackgTdundi -
' - CTOCKS. X
New York, Nov. i4. Foreign affairs
again - accounted for ; the 4ieayiness-: of
the stdck market .'at the opening of
today's trading, 'tneiresignation of the
French ministry inducing moderate
sellings j Unitfed States Steel, , Bethle
hem Steel, Canadian Pacific, Marine
Preferred, Anaconda Copper, JJaldwin
Locotnotiy efc Central Leather, and M ex-
ican Petroleum, were included ' among
almost two. points and Brooklyn: Trans-! on, which fosteTed the poultry exhib
it . dropped two points to the ' new low j it at ; the Fair and o the efforts its bf
level of 40 3-4. Motors also . were fleers and! memhers Wch credit' is due
heavy and the general list yielded ma
and, the 3-l-2s at .20, madefreshfWllfi0I(I a m
American Beet Sugar ..
American, Can . . .
American Car & Foundry
A mnnVan Lncrtmntiwo
70 1-2 ,
.. 32 5-8
. .. 48 2-4
American Smeltine: & Refining. . 71 1-4
. t, . t 4 r
.iiiivi v w . i,. . v.. . . - v
American sugar itennmg
A. C. L. ... . . .. ..
A. T. & T. . .
Baltimore & Ohio ". .
I Bethlehem Steel "B"
. 60 3 -
Canadian Pacifific . .
Central Leather . . .
Chesapeake & Ohio .
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul
fi i ;:; ' t T p. t t io f
57 Chino Copper
-r , . -
iu . t;oioraao i" uei & iron . .
Columbia Gas and Electric
' Cuba Cane Sugar ....
1 General Motors
f NorthPrn Pfd
' ureat ortnern ria .. . ....
. 82 1-2
Great Northern Ore Cfts
Gulf State Steel . .
Inspiration Copper . .
Int. Mer. Marine pfd . . .
Kennecott Copper . .
Louisville & Nashville . .
Maxwell Motor Co. (Bid)
Mexican Petroleum . .
Missouri Pacific . . . .
41 7 q
'. 67 3
New York Central
Norfolk and Western .. .. .. 100
Northern Pacific 85
Ohio Cities Gas 35
PittoliiiT'tr Pool fhirn 29 N
Ray Consolidated Copper . . . . 21 1-4
Republic Iron & Steel 691-2
S. A. L 81-2
Sinclair Oil 29
Southern Pacific 81
Southern Railway 24
Studebaker Co ' . . 38
Sloss-Shef. Steel and Iron . . 34 3-4
Tenn. Copper 1.13T5-S
Texas Co 133
Tobacco Products 43 5-8
Union Pacific 112 5-8
United Cigar Stores 82 1-2 1
United Fruit . . ....
U. S. Industrial Alcohol
U. S. Rubber
U. S. Steel . .
Va. Car. Chem 27 3-4
Wabash Pfd. "A" . . . .
Willys-Overland . .
Militants Sentenced to Jail.
'militants of the woman's party were
Itrwlr.v contotifod tr, aorvo inil terms
ranging- from six dajrs to six months
jin default of fines for picketing the
wa-lml. rln caf.ninv Qr,ri vtnv
Mra Mary A Nolan the 73 year old
jmilitant 0f Jacksonville, Fla., was sen-
vvnirri nnnp.o war lru v an vpsLeruav
tenced to three days for each
Miss Lucy Burns, vice chairman of
the woman's party, was sentenced to
serve three months for each offense.
the demands made on the combatants
are severe in the extreme. Couraee.
the strain of air fighting., and as there
is immense reserve ol such emnryo-
critical phases ot Americas air neex
will line the air with ours. That is
why we airmen of France knot that
victory is assured."
AN BE SEEN FALLING IN
n rr- 4
r'0-:-X' ' ';-.t:::::V
ChoiceLppwls Toiig tHesSOiJ
Shown at the Recent
Th Poultry jExhibit at the recent
Southeastern Fair held here was both
extensive an8.)i. Sdme 500 birdi
wtere shown. ' :Tri;iUt-idw'(n.:
- !or the suCcesa of that department,
htnsr Q a! -
I" IS! ?,lT,raf Pottth period 1,636,723 bales of lint
- ocj-ki,. . ...
,T wul: - :3:Ukrr"lV.
mempersmp.-anu ine mieresc oi tne;yearr inv- consuming establishments:
members has grown faster even thah
: the membership roll Quite a number
' . . .
Dtooaea rowib uaye- Deen purcnasea
hv vvi lirnnffton ianciprs ann thf tipvt
. , .
ii nTiiri nTYi ci iirur f Minn . ii v. imnin tv
- r :k ""r
and Princess streets, these being the
511-2 awards given for the following exhib
nr, ,its of poultry: Loving cup, by Geo.
Hnnet foir the display coming from
4tthe1msest distance to Wm. H Clum,
f nay - sver cup. given by.
,vv- "ur"' , ,U,?B' pc" Ul
- , triage uoenms, 10 ivirs. anaers,
sraw: silver cun. by Jno. S. McEach -
.. 311-2 Soif' I oeStwPon PIyfot?:ters. compared with 796,588 bales in
.. 281-4 otktoJr' Y- S.?0tt' of iOctober a year ago and including 7,
.. 25 3-8 ton: the -A- Sehuster sllv cup, for 420 bateg of linters, and 1,761,613 bales
3-4'DesL single oiauH. iwmmcas.f
to Ei R. .Oettinger, of Wilson
Barred Plymouth Rocks.
First cock, R. R. Hickson, Cheraw,
S. C; 2nd cock, J. L. Parrott, Kin-
ston; 3rd Cock, R. R. Hickson, Che
rawr S. C.
First hen, J. L. Parrott, Kinston;
2nd hen, J. L. Parrott, Kinston;. 3rd
hen, J. L. Parrott, Kinston; 4th hen,
J. L. Parrott, Kinston
First cockerel, R. R. Hickson, Che-
i raw; L'nd cockerel, n. K. Mickson,
I Cheraw, S. C; 3rd cockerel, R. R.
j Hickson, Cheraw; 4th cockerel, J. L.
- fi ' arrou. K-insion. -
- 2 1 First Pullet, C. M. Byrd, Keller,
- 4'Va.; 2nd pullet, C. M. Byrd, Ketler,
Va.; 3rd pullet, C. M. Byrd, Keller,
Va.; 4 th pullet, J. L Parrott, Kin
ston. First pen, R. R. Hickson, Cheraw,
Pullet Mating First pullet; C. M.
Byrd, Keller, Va.; 2nd pullet, C M.
Byrd, Keller; 3rd pullet, C. M. Byrd;
4th pullet, C. M. Byrd.
White Plymouth Rocks.
First cock, Mrs. R. W. Scott, Bol
ton; 2nd cock, W. H. Peirce, Lumber,
S. C. ...
First hen, Mrs. "R. W. Scott, Bolton;
2nd hen, Mrs. R. W. Scott; 3rd hen,
Mrs. R. W. Scott; 4th hen, Mrs. R.
First cockerel, W. H. Pierce, Lum-
her R P. - 9,-nA onrkerel Mrs Tt W.
W. Scott, Bolton; 2nd pen, Mrs. R.
First pen, Mrs. R. W. Scott, Bolton;
, 2nd pen, Mrs. R. W. Scott.
Silver Laced Wyandotte.
First hen," Mrs. Henry Middieton,
Warsaw; 2nd hen, Mrs. Henry Mid
First, cock, Marion B. Helvin, Cary;
2nd cock, Nevin Poultry Yards, Char
lotte. r il m, lieu. Hi. Hi. ftouens, viiiiiiub-
W on ' w t a, Mrinn. S.
' . ' ocV
c.; 3rd hen, rsievm poultry Yarns,
Charlotte; 4th hen, Nevin Poultry
First cockerel, E. E. Roberts, Wil
mington; 2nd cockerel, Marion B.
Melvin, Cary; 3rd cockerel, Marion B.
Melvin; 4th cockerel, R. J. Gregg,
Marion, S. C.
First pullet, E. E. Roberts; Wil:
mington; 2nd pullet, Nevins Poultry
Yards, Charlotte; 3rd pullet, Nevins
Poultry Yards; 4th pullet, R. J. Gregg,
Marion, S. C.
Black Javas First cockerel, Wil
liam H. Clum, Rahway, N. J.
Rose Comb Reds.
First cock, D. T. Perkins, Wilson.
First cockerel, DVT. Perkins, Wil
son; 2nd cockerel, D. T, Perkins, Wil
son. First pullet, D. T. Perkins, Wilson;
2nd pullet, D. T. Perkins; 3rd pullet,
D. T. Perkins. '
Single Comb Reds.
First cock, G. T. Fulghum, WilsOn; ;
2nd cock, G. A. Bishop, Wilmington.
First coraterel, G. T. Fulhum, Wil
son; 2nd cockerei, W. J. Clemens,
Wilmington; 3rd cockerel, ' W. J.
First pullet, G. T. Fulgfium, Wil
son; 2nd pullet, Gr. T. Fulghuffl; 3rd
pullet, G. A. Bishop, Wilmington ; 4lh
pullet, G. T. Fulhum, Wilson.
First cock, Nevins Poultry Yards
First hen, Nevins Poultry Yards:
2nd hen, Nevins Poultry Yards; 3f3
hen,, Nevins Poultry Yards; 4th hen
Nevins Poultry Yards.' '
First pullet, G. T. Fulghtrnt, Wilson :"
2nd pullet, G. TV Fulghum; 3rd Pullet
G. T. Fulghum.
First hen, Nevins Poultry Ya'"3
Charlotte; 2nd hen, Nevins Poultry
Yards. .' , ''
First pullet, Nevins Poultry Yarn
Charlotte; 2nd piiilet; Nevin9 Ponl
try Yards; 3rd pullet, Nevins Poultry
I First cock, Nevins Poultry 'Yards,
I First Tin Nevitisr Prmlt.rv Yd.rda
Charlotte, 2nd hen, NeTins Poultry
Yards; 3rd - hen, Nevins Poultry
Yards; 4th hen r NeVtoa ' Poulfiry
- vFirst -purtet, John G. -Helvin, 'NbrJ ' Fjrst ;Kefl,LNeviri;Ptm Tard I
dlk; Va. 2nd puRetrJdhir G; Helvin ffJbarlotleinfen;-. lrh-Fdulfryf
'3rd bullet; John G,HeMn; "4th pullet, Yardsf, 3rd hen, Nevins, poultry
; Year ; Than .October
sumed during October Was 595,332 run-. ' campaigB.' with ft xleterrni
t,o. iaa ioc k. Tyin n4. vhtion, and- it is expected that most
v,x v iu& .
; Consumption for the three months edrto canvass the people, of their dis
ezine ''October 21' was i.667.418 rn- triCt, but it'is urged upon them to en-
nlng bales and 268,19a bales of lin.
ters. Last year, in Octc-jer 550,655
? cjf lint and 67,228 of llnters were
- Cotton ,on .haad : October .31. this
.flm-hifTlfi(l tn insert t,. Koia
and 69,887 bales of linters, compared
i uv. . uiuyai w
vith 1-721,990 of lint and 67,435 of
i , . ...
ed with 3,667,840 of . lint and 77,207
or linters a year agov . :
Cotton spindles active during Octo-
oer numnerea 33,57t,yJ52, compared
imports were 3,682 bales and for the
three months 29,475 bales.
Exports ?during-October were 535,-
witn 35&7,7i7 a year ago.
565 bales, including 31,322 bales of
1 a a n ota .z.
including 75,098 of linters for the
three month period a year ago.
Statistics for cotton growing Statesrj
Consumed, "834,929 bales, compared
with 312,888 a year ago, and for the
three months, 965,124 compared with
U35.773 a year ago.
On fcand October 31, in consuming
establishments 538,480 bales, compar
ed with 1,024,0.29 a year ago, and in
public storage and at compresses, 2,
867,365 bales compared with 3,469,542
a year. ago.
Cotton spindles active 14,162,179,
compared- with 13,440,937 a year ago.
John G. Helvin.
First pen, R. Sanderson, Burgaw.
First cock, Nevins Poultry Yards,
First hen, Nevins Poultry Yards,
Charlotte; 2nd hen, Nevins Poultry
Yards; 3rd hen, Nevins Poultry Yard;
4th hen, Nevins Poultry yard.
First cock, A. G. Aherns, Wilming
First hen A. O. McEachern, Wil
mington; 2nd hen, A. O. McEachern;
3rd hen, R. J.'-Greggr Marion, S. C;
4th hen, A, G. Ahrens, Wilmington.
First cockerel, A. O. McEachern,
Wilmington- 2nd cockerel, Mrs. Addie
H ttiick, Elizabeth nty; 3rd cock
erel, A; O; -McEachern, Wilmmgton;
4th cockerel, Mrs. Addie Hettrick,
Elizabeth ; City.
First pullet, f. V. Dew, Sea Gate;
2nd pullet, Mrs. Addie Hettrick, Eliza
beth City; 3rd pullet, A. O. McEach
em, Wilmington; 4th pullet, Mrs. Ad
die Hettrick, Elizabeth City.
First hen, John .-Br' LeGwin, Wil
mington; 2nd xhen, John H. LeGwin;
3rd hen John H. LeGwin; 4th hen,
John H. LeGwin.
. Black Minorcas.
First cock, E. R. Oettinger, Wil
son. First hen. E. R. Oettinger, Wil
son'; 2nd hen, E. R. Oettinger.
First cockerel. E. R. Oettinger, Wil
on; 2nd cockerel, la. R. Oettinger.
B'iTSt pullet, J.W. Abbit, Port Nor
md pullet, E. R. Oettinger.
' First pen, E. R. Oettinger, Wilson.
Rose Comb Minorcas.
First cock, J. W. Abbitt, Port Nor
First hen, J.' W. Abbit, Port Nor
folk, Va.; 2nd hen, J. W. Abbitr
iTirst cockerel, J. W. Abbitt, Port
Norfolk, Va. '
zFirst pullet, J. W. Abbit, Port Nor
folk, Va.; 2nd hen, J. W. Abbit.
First pen, J. W. Abbitt, Port Nor
folk, Va.; 2nd pen, J. W. Abbit
Dark Cornish. :
First cock, John G: Helvifl, Norfolk,
Va;; 2nd cock, J. 3. Bardett, Burgaw.
First pen, J.' J. Barden, Burgaw;
2nd pen, J. J. Barden; 3rd pen, J. J.
Barden; -4th pen, J. J. Barden.
' First cockerel, J. G. Helvin, Nor
folk, Va.; 2nd cockerel, J. G. Helvin;
3rd cockerel, J. G. Helvin'; 4th cock
erel, J. J. Barden, Bttrgaw.
First puUet, J. ' G. Helvin, Norfolk,
Va.; 2nd pullet J. G. Helvin; 3rd puV
Let, J. G. Helvin; 4th pulleL J. J. Bar
Je3. White Orpington.
First cock, R. J. Gregg, Marion, S.
C,; 2nd cock, Buena Vista Farm,
Wilmington- ' ' , "".
First hen, BUeha Vista Farm, Wil
mington; 2nd heii,' Buena' Vista Farm;
3rd Ken, Baena Vista Farm.
First cockerel, R. J. Gregg, Marion,
3. e. - r ' "
Ros Conib Orpirrtfton,
First hen; R. J. Gregg; Marion S. C
IBirst pullet, Buena Vista Farm,
Vilinington; 2nd pullet, ' R. '3. Gregg,
Marion. jS. C. . ' .
First cock, Nevins Pcraltry Yards.
First hen, Ne'vifis "Poultry Yards,
harlotts; 2nd hen, Nevins Poultry
Yards; 3rd hen, ' Nevins Pcraltry
Vards; 4th ben, Neyins POulti-y
Yards." -C ;" ( :. 1 ','
.4 Blafck .Breasted Game "
4fihst cock7 Kevins Poultry Yard
Charlotte. . " ' -
t: First; Kefl;iN6yiri-Ptmltry Tara?
Nev?HarVef County Doing k
"-'Its "BitVforrrxrylrl. J
; The people of -ie -rural districts in
New Hanover county 'have entered tW
otthe school districts will exceed their
allotments. Some few have not -start-
,ier into tne-worK without further de-J
their district. The farmers, the farm
era wives; sons and .daughters are
in -the rural section and the teachers
iare doing their "bit", and it is expect-
ed that hundreds of dollars will be
rolling in from the country to aid the
of t,o v t n a t v,
camps of the world. : There will be a
L" n wi 1 VI . Jl UCIC Will. tJXS
meeting at Castle Haynes and also ai
i. . .... ... 1
importance of the Y. M. C. A.
.work in the army camps of the world.
j x ne people of the districts mentioned
are urged to attend the meetings,
Southport Parties Charged With Sell
ing Liquor fo Sotdiers.
United States Commissioner A. S.
hearing in the cases of violation of
. juuuuicu ti.
the law, prohibiting the sale of liquor
to persons In army uniform, arrests
having'heen made by Special : Agent
Dorsey E. Philiips and Deputy Mar-
shal Kelly yesterday, at Southport,
when a large quantity of so-called
monkey dan was also "arrested."
The first case . called was that
against Mrs. W. O. Lewis. She plead
ed not guilty and waived examina:
tioned and was bound over to the Jan
uary term of the Federal Court. Her
husband stood her bond in the sum
Private W. P. West pleaded not
guilty, Special Agent Phillips asked
for a continuance of this case until
11 olclock Friday and bond was fixed
Private C. W. Lowe and Mrs. Lowe
were also placed under $200 bond
each to appear Saturday at 11 o'clock
First hen, George Price, Sunset
Park; 2nd hen, George Price; 3rd
hen, George Price.
First cock, Nevins Poultry Yards,
Charlotte; 2nd cock, 'Mts. R. Sander
son, Burgaw. :
First hen, Nevins Poultry Yards,
Charlotte; 2nd hens, Nevins Poultry
Yards; 3rd hen, Nevins Poultry
Yards; 4th hen, Mrs. R. Sanderson,
White Cochin Bantams.
First cock, Nevins Poultry Yards.
First hen, Nevins Poultry Yards,
Charlotte; 2nd hen, Nevins Poultry
Yards; 3rd hen, . Nevins Poultry
Yards; 4th hen, Nevins Poultry
Buff Cochin Bantams.
First cock, G. T. Fulghum, Wilson;
2nd cock, Nevins Poultry Yards,
Charlotte; 3rd cock;, J. P. Bunting,
Wilmington; 4th cock, Cassadra Lord,
ttt: i ; i-
vviiuimgLuu. , v .......
jrirst nen, xvevins poultry arcs
Charlotte; 2nd hen, J. E. -Bunting,
Wilmington; 3rd hen, G. T. Fulghum,
wirson; iourm nen, uassanara
Lord, Wilmington. y I
Black Cochin Bantams. - ;
First cockerel,' R. R. Hictfsoh, Che- j
raw, a. c; zna cockerel, . k. nicii-
son;- 3ru- cocKerei, u. ti ueumger,
Wilsbn;r4th cockerel, R. -R. Hickson,
Cheraw. . -
First hen, E.R. Oettinger, Wilson.
First pullet, R. R. Hickson, Cheraw,
White Crested Polish.
First cock, Nevins Poultry Yards,
First bent, Nevins Poulty Yards,
Charlotte; 2nd hen, Nevins; , Poultry
Yards; 3rd ben, Nevins Poultry Yard3
First pullet, Nevins Poultry Yards,
- Bronze Turkeys., .... -
First gobler, Mrs. -R. W. Scott, Bot ;
The Ccrte: WhsUttl
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III I I H I 1 1 H B IMUII
, Report of i Workers at I H.
- i - i a jt . . oi .i
This , Afternoon ; Showed,
About ; $5,000 Subscribed V
V TO BE PtTlV FORTH
Tlis C&Ss Quota oflKeBig
Army Y. M. G. A. Fund is
$1 5,000 First pays
At the meeting, of the committee- V
canvassing for funds , for the ArmyK
' Y . C. A., held at the. Y...MAi
Building this afternoon at l:i5
iifai approximately $5 uw, or onaS
i ' .... . ..
third of. the sum needed, had."be?i ; -subscribed.-
While the campaign committee -. -was
somewhat disappointed .by ; the v
reports, the members were not dis-
couraged, but on the other hand.'went ,'
back to the task with a renewed de- :
termination to reach the goal' set-.
for Wilmington. ' jr.
.. Returns from ilie ll-st day's cam .
jpaiorn. announced last night, totaled
;Tu"'Jf trnt was much 6;
a o rn . .... . .
It is thought that there VexfitB
some misapprehension on 1 he part of -would
be contributors in tha; ah
nouncement that every man andw6-
man give one dollar to the ; fuhd v
This led, it seems, to a limit of , the T
dollar, where more might be C given,
and other cases where the N household!
was unable" to give the dollar in -fv
ma.king no donation. - t , - i
The dollar per head was merely a
suggestion in the hope that it. might t'H
be developed into apopular , movement, ?
through which quick securing ot the
$15,000 called for could be reached. ''
As the first day's showing is not up ; .
to the mark, it is urged that those.who
can, contribute not on the dollar plan,
but' to the full extent of their ability, V
while every one give some amount ' ,
This morning the workers started
forth again full of courage, ancl there ;
is- the reasonable expectation that , to- -day's
returns will make a showing to
encourage all. J; r u
The following speakers are booked , '
for the theatres herie i tonight: Roy
al. Lieutehant W. R. Dosher; Grand, :v
W. P. M. Turner,,, Esq.; Bijou, H; a
Rogers. ., - - .
ton. . ' , ',;:,C''.'v;
First ben, Mrs. R. W. Scott, Bolton. S
; .... - Muscovy, .Ducks, .... , '- v'vi.Vj:
First drake. J. W. Bunting. ;Wil--ff
mington; 2nd drake, J. E. Bunting;'
3rd drake, J. E. Bunting.
, Toulouse Geese
Firt gander, J..F. Mann, Wilming-'
ton; 2nd gander, Mrs. R. Saiiderson,
Burgaw; 3rd gandeTTllrs. R. ' Sander-V'J'V.t,
seon. . ' ;f:?.':;:
First goose, J. F. Mann, Wilmin? .
ton; ; 2nd goose, Mrs. R. SandeJrs.btt,-';.
Burgfw,. . " . 1 - . y 1 .
Pigeons Carneaux First pair,' W. ' .
D. Thomas, Warsaw. , U; CJ ;
White Mondains First pair,y,T:lj.;
Huggins, Wilmington; 2nd pair; 'T
L. Huggins; 3rd pair, T. L. Hugglns.
Guinea Pigs. 'V:'-1
Best pen, H. V. Hblmes, Castle -
Firstbest male, H. V. Ilolmes, Cas-"
tie Hn vile
2nd best male, lVt- ' -
Holmes - -CU'S :
best female, H. V. Holmes
Cagtle Hayne; 2n(Kbest female, IL V.
Hftlrnps. ord hfifit ffimaiP. u V.
Hoi hips ' . - ' - '
English rabbits 1st, G. F. Maiiri,
Wilmington; 2nd, Malcolm Owens,
Wilmington. - : , .-';
Eggs Best dozen brown eggs, MnS. '
R. W Scott, Bolton; 2nd, MiS3 Bid-
die, R. D. 2, Wilmington
Best dozen .white eggs, Mrs. J." B,
Piner, R. D. Wilmington.
Eest pullet in show, G. T. Fulghum,
Wilson; first light Brahme, ,?5 cash
Special Sweepstakes. V
Best cockerel in show, J. W, Abbiti
Port Norfolk, Va., first Rose Comb;
Black, Minorca, $5 cash. - f v-
Best hen In show, Mrs.-Henry! Mid-'
dleton, Warsaw, first Silver Laced ,
Yahdotte, $5 caEfh. -
-Best cock Jin. show, J. Helvin,."
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