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II SAMMIES NOW AT iD F11IB I BRIEF SESSI0H1 PilSZES flllllllRBED. MjMte;
Fine Exhibits from Three
Counties Are to Be Seen
Chances Slim for Christmas
Fireworks City Adver-
tises for Wood.
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Christmas Packages to Boys
Must Be Mailed by To
;. you want your Christmas package
tu mT- to that bey at the front in
t,,!lt t:.r the- big celebration in the
n : r.chi'-- Christmas morning, get it
3, . ;! d not later than tomorrow,
TIuirMlay, November 15.
Another warning to this effect has
lt ( :; issued by Postmaster General
l,: "ncl Postmaster Green sev
eral uays ago made such an anounce
nien" to the patrons of the Wilming
Tiic War and Navy Departments
,.,, made special arrangements for
1 1 unsporting as carefully and prompt
ly as possible all Christmas packages
,ii,cTa to members of the American
i xiKHlitionary force now- in training
ii! France, and assurance has been
that ail packages mailed on or
j, .(,!. November 15 will be delivered
;,t ,!n front by Christmas day. On
die morning of December 25 the boys
in Europe will wake up and find their
piv; -ents from home piled .up beside
thriu. and there will follow a general
i,:ickae-opening and "Merry Christ
ma?" celebration all along the line.
In issuing instructions for sending
theso Christmas packages, Assistant
Postmaster General Praeger said:
Owing to the distance these pack
agf s nnist jjoand to the handling and
storage and the fact that they must
uhh.tand the weight of other pack
ages and ciher mailsacks on top of
them, ihey must be packed securely
and strongly, but in such manner as
to permit easy scrutiny of the con
p nts ;;' the censor.
."Wood., tin qr corrugated paste
' board make good containers. Sealed
packages of candy, cigars, tobacco
and mimi arucies may ue mciuueu
v.iiiH'.it violating the parcel post
All packages must be conspicuous
ly marked 'CHRISTMAS MAIL' and
the soldier's company, regiment or
ciher organization, and the words.
'American Expeditionary Forces' fol
lowing thereafter. The sender's name
a D'.i. adress should appear in the up
per lefthand corner. Write this in
irk, or. the wrapper, not on a tag.
'Postage must be prepaid in full,
at the rate cf 21 cents a pound or
fraction thereof. Any stamps other
than postage stamps on the address
f.iue cf the package makes it unmail
able. Don't seal the parcels with
stickers or they can't be mailed. Past
ers cr stickers that resemble postage
stamps are not. permissable on the
t utside of any package.
"Such phrases as 'Merry Christ
mas,' 'Please Do Not Open Till Christ
mas,' 'Hapnv New Year 'With Best
Wishes,' may be placed on the cover
. .. - . a. .
it it does.r. t mterrere witn tne aa
dress. ' Don't send anything that will spoil
witn in six weeks.
'Dcn't send any intoxicants, pois
ons, inf. nmmable material, or any
rnmnriijitinTi vhiri mav Vill or iniure
Do not try to register or insure
' Do not make any package heavie:
than ten pounds, preferably lighter,
beo.an.se the smaller packages will be.
given riht of way to accommodate
ti.e greatest number of persons."
(By United Press.)
Ro.ren, Mass., Nov. 14. In Dickens'
story, "A Tale of Two ities," the wo
lr.en, knitting, sit and count the heads
ei tho.-e sent to the guillotine by the
I; ibunal of th French Revolutionists.
Tn the SuperiorCourt here fashion
ably pressed women daily sit in much
t!f same manner, knitting while mar
ifa! ties are severed by the guillotine
of judicial decision.
The smiling, dignified, court officers
wnth thri closely, and have yet to
report a stitch droped as they weave
;;nrks and sweaters of startling hues,
for linsu-'ppcting sailors and soldiers.
MAKE TRIPS THAT !T
Hours to cover with horse, In one hour with Smith--jjl
r,ET RID Qr- EXCESS EQUIPMENT YOU MUST OWN
.-"sS if vmi Tir-f usina horses, and keeD your hauling and
deliveries at maximum efficiency with minimum over
GET AWAY FROM THE LOADING STATION AND
maintain an average speed of 12 to 15 miles an hour.
T"i;s Is Smith-Form-a-Truck measured ability.
THIS IS A STANDARD ESTABLISHED BY SMITH
Form-a-Truck in over 800 lines of business.
WILMINGTON MOTOR CC, inc.
ROBERT G. BARR, Manager. -
110 Dock street.
The first inauguration of a Fair,
in which to display indoor and field 'clock witn a ful1 attendance, Mayor
.. x, , , . , - P. Q. Moore presiding and Mr. Ruark,
products, the work and labor of their city attorney, and Mr. Bellamy, assist
hands, by the colored citizens of New ant attorney, being present.
Hanover. Pender and Brunswick
counties, should prove an incentive
to them to continue in their efforts,
and try again next year.
The various exhibits, as shown at
the tabernacle, are worthy of a visit,
and the colored people take, pride in
pointing out what they have. The
school is notable -in the. showing o'
drawings, plam and fancy sewing,
and in manual work done by the
pupils. There are also the cbans and
preserves to tell of conservation ef
forts. In conservation work, the exhibi
tions indicate what the race can do
on its accord. Prom each county
there re a varied line of canned fruits
and vegetables, while hundreds of
glass jars containing the same pro
ducts, makean appetizing display.
Fancy work comes in for an excellent
O-vVllKlt Yln K-rVi Vn3nJt !V.
j .iwiui, luc UUU m UClUg 1111CU WILLI
I every kind of article attractively and
The farm products display tobacco,
rice, cotton, corn, groundpeas and
beans of several varieties, huge col
lards and Porto Rico potatoes, six of
the latter filling a peck measure. The
live stock numbers a few, but credit
able animals, while the poultry has
a fairly good exhibit.
The attendance is pretty large, and
a keen interest taken by the colored
people in what their race Js doing.
Today and tomorrow are the last
days of the Fair.
Behind the Sword
(The Army Y. M. C. A. from a Soldier's Viewpoint. First Sergeant, Arthur F.
Jones, Headquarters Co. 326 Infantry, Camp Gordon.)
TO ALL AMERICANS:
We, your soldiers, look to you with the eyes of Home. We are your sons,
your brothers, your husbands, your sweethearts, your defense. The strength
of our hands, the skill of our eyes, the courage of our spirits make your homes
safe, your families protected, your property untouched while one-third of
the world is becoming a wasted barren through the inconceivable ferocity of
a godless autocracy.
We are asking you for money, not as an" investment but. as a gift, where
the sole percentage return to you will be in the gladsome contentment of
knowing that we are more comfortable, more satisfified. We give you no
mortgage to secure you but our lives will balance the account; we render no
note to indemnify you but the blood which we lose for you will erase the in-
debtedness. We who are sacrificing
.Ji. TT T 1 . . f 1
litue. we wno nave no nome, Deg you
one, that we may remain contacted
we enter into the chaotic barbarism of
We Ask You to Furnish the Money
Day by day, we drill, drill, carrying
fpot- anri thp aohp nf fcenvv hnrrlptia
too, toil during the. day, though not so
f iu. x.
, quietude of your home and home ones.
but the Y. M. u. A. it Dnngs to us the only entertainment wnicn the camp
life presents; it obtains the moving picture shows for us; it goes out and
returns with plays for our amusement; it is our school, our church, our social
Above the secretarial desk in all Army Y. M. C. A.'s is a sign on which in
red letters are the words, "Don't forget to write home." The Y. M. C. A.
is our army home, our guide, the barrier that is between us and evil, the
cheerer of the home-sick It encourages
those who would cry. Take it not away
Countrymen, it requires money that the Army Y. M. C. A. should be sus
tained. You hold the money, we seek the Y. M. C. A. Unite the means with
the desire and bring to us an enjoyment that we, stimulated by the represent
ative presence of home, will repay you with better equipped endeavors for
There will be a day for us when we shall charge across a shot and shell
corrupted place, facing death unseen and hideous, when the ticking of our
watches shall be timing the outpour of our blood, when the moral and home
support of our country shall be a necessity, when we shall need the revivify-
ing encouragement that we are struggling for home, that our homes and your
homes may be f reemens' palaces. And at the close of the day's battle will
there be waiting on the very fighting line the only home which we shall
have with us, the Army Y. M. C. A.? We think there will.
1 You have placed with us the light of a nation's faith, we wil cause it to
brighten the world. We are staggered with loads which it is within your
ability to lighten. Build for us and maintain for us our Y. M. C. A.'s.
NOW TAKES YOU THREE
, 1 1 1 Chestnut Street. ,
City Council met this morning at 10
" was decided to consider the mat-.
ter of suspending the fireworks ordi
nance during the Christmas holdiays,
but indications are that no fireworks
will be permitted this year.
Councilman McCaig stated that his
committee, acting in accord with the
Fuel Administration, had advertised
for 500 rords of wnnrl whiVi will
turned over to the dealers when it is
Councilman Shepard called attention
to several sidewalks which needed at
tention badly, and it was agreed that
the matter be referred to Councilman
Bunting with power to act.
The city attorney was requested to
prepare an ordinance in accordance
with the governmental regulation of
the size and quality of loaf of bread
handled by bakers.
Cleveland George, an employe of
the street department, was reported
sick and was allowed full pay during
his illness. '
CANADA LIFTS BAN
Ottawa, Nov. 14. Beginning today
nlprtmarCKvinn mnv hp mn.niifa.nt.HTed
and sold in Canada and imported freeieir abiUty to can to perfection but
of duty under a licensing system :
worked out by the food controller.
This step was taken by the food
controller because (the high cost of
i a? l xl V-1 J .
production and the demand for export
were putting the price of butter be
yond the reach of many people.
The regulations will be in effect as
1 long as the present ab:rrmal condi
! tiong continue, it was announced.
much, request of you to part with a
J Of 1 i x' A i
to anora us me opportunity to gam
with the gentle influences of life, when
the world combat.
to Maintain the Army Y. M. C. A.
the weight of uncounted miles on our
renripr mir TmiRples srrp and wnm Ynn.
hard as we, and at night, laying down!
i. , , 'LA T.. .uiA. Burr. Apples, 16, Mrs. R. K. Bry-
But what for us! We have no home
those who would laugh, and comforts
from us but preserve it cheerishingly
Benny " Leonard, lightweight cham
pion, recently declared that he con
sidered Johnny Dundee his most dan
gerous rival. Leonard claims Dundee
is the fastest, the most aggressive and
hardest man to hit among the whole
bunch of lighties.
If you warn to experiment on "youf
skin, there are plenty of treatnienta
to experiment with. But if you Want
something whose value has been
proven by years and years of suc
cessful use, if yofl warjta treatment
that doctors ' prescribXtonfendy,
that 'you knout contains': nbthihg'
harsh or injurious, yoo. will find It hi
Resinol Ointment, aided by Resinrl Soap.i Jt
usually stops itcbing instantly, anJ rarefy tails
to clear away all bace of ectema or sintfl xr tor-.
men ting skill eruptioni Kesiool Ojritnijt -tul
Resinol Soap are sold by al! druggets.
The committee in charge of the do
mestic science v department at the -Corn i
Show announces ' that the prizes were1,
awarded by a judge whojs an expert
in her lint- of work,, being a district j
demonstration agent working under I
Mrs. McKimmon, who is at-the head
of the State demonstration work. It '
did not take but a few minutes for!
La.Yf , . 7, . oi, w "Iea
th tje lnS?6 hl Sl'!
. -. , V. v -J
uebs muiuusiuj.. i uiCj.u, ounei.
cakes, jellies and other things were
subjected to several tests, and she!
pronounced the collection on exhibi-i
tion here superior to many at the
State Fair, and urged that New Han
over, which had such a wonderful col-j
lection, send next year a' large exhibit
Fancy packs were not taken into
consideration. While pleasing to the
eye, too much time is taken up in do
ing them and conservation of time is
to be considered, and where the qual
ity of the article was superior, the
beautiful arrangement was not count
ted. There was not a large exhibit of
cakes and candies, and the committee
made no effort to encourage making
of many cakes or a large amount of
candy, owing to the scarcity of sugar.
The committee desires to express its
appreciation of the co-operation of the
housewives who sent in such a grand
display which was not only a proof of
also to add to the interest and attract-
Show of New Hanover and the other
(First name and number indicates
winner of first prize; second, name
and number, winner of second prize).
Best canned: Okra, 33, Mrs. W. M.
Murray, Burgaw. Corn, 54, Mrs. Dal
lam O'Brien. Asparagus, 9, Mrs. A. J.
Howell, Winter Park; 9, Mrs. A. J.
Howell, Winter Park. Green peas, 77,
Mrs. E: Walton, R. F. D. 2; 54, Mrs.
Dallam O'Brien. Tomatoes, 31, Mrs.
Lee Watha; 62, Mrs. Harry Horne, R.
F. D. 2. Okra and tomatoes, 43, Mary
..ee Biddle; R. F. D. 2. Beans, 85, (no
first prize awarded); 7, Mrs. C. F.
Howell. Field peas, 63, Mrs. W. T.
Cannady, Scott's Hill;. 65, Mrs. E. R.
Jones, Castle Haynes. Butter beans,
54, Mrs. Dallam O'Brien; 61, Mrs. N.
J. Hines. Beets, 61, Mrs: N. J. Hines;
34 Mrs. J. T. Kerr, R. F. D. 1. Pump
kin, 76, Mrs. R. W. Scott, Bolton; 26,
Mrs H. Meredith. Sweet potatoes, 36,
Mrs. G. O. Piner, R. F. D. 2. Squash,
51, Mrs. J. T. English, R. F, D. 2; 61,
Mrs. N. J. Hines. Pirmento, 26, Mrs.
H. Meredith; 34, J. T.' Kerr, R. p. D. 1,
75, Mrs. W. A. Russ, R. F. D. 1. Soup
mixture, 61, Mrs. N. J. Hines; 62, Mrs.
Harry Horne, R. F. D. 2.
(First name and number indicates
winner of first prize; second, winner
tof second prize)
iGrapes, 63, W. T
Hill; 48, Mrs. J. J. Knox. Peaches, .ii,
Miss Logan, Pender county; 76; Miss
K- v ooii, xjuiiuu. rvaia, , iviia,
iL. A. Blue Wrightsville; 10, Mrs. H.
L n 9 0tnPM' G"ntrv Plums'
76, Mrs. R. W. Scott, Bolton; 27, Mrs.
Mary Caff. Strawberries, 76, Mrs. R.
W. Scott, Bolton; 37, Mrs. J. B. Piner,
R. F. D. 2. Blackberries, 62, Mrs.
Henry Horne, R. F. D. 2; 36, Mrs. G.
O. Piner, R. F. D. 2. Huckleberries,
61, Mrs. N. J. Hines; 73, Mrs. J. W.
Goley, Delgado. Figs, 54, Mrs. Dal
lam O'Brien; 54, Mrs. Dallam O'Brien.
Sweet potatoes, 36, Mrs. G. O. Piner,
R. F. D. 2.
(First name and figure represents
winner of first prize; second, winner
of second prize). Orange peel, no en
try. Peach, 81, D, W. Bullard; 80,
Mrs- - s- vvatermeion, io,
Jfr.s- Trae ?frkdale-L7nMRSnRrir-"
Gi" lg' i Wnf- ?
' name. 72 no name. Strawberry,
80 Mrs g s' Bulluck; 73, Mrs. J. w!
Go'ley. Tomato, Mrs. F. W. Cowell ;
' 80, Mrs. E. S.' Bulluck. Grape, 89,
jMrs. Lena Beery; 84, Mrs. J. T. Kerr,
:R. F. D. 1. Pumpkin, 76, Mrs. R. W.
Scott, Bolton. Crab apples, ( ). Apple, ;
i73 Mrs- J-W.Goley; 73, Mrs. J. W. Go-
itle Grove. Pear, 80, Mrs. E. S. Bul
luck, 3; Mrs. A. D. McClure.
(First name and number indicates
winner of first prize; second, indicates;
winner of second prize). Best mixed
pickles, 82, Mrs. Kraushaar, New Ber
lin f 126, Mrs.. Trabue Barksdale. Cu
cumber 21, s Miss' Jeanhie Sinclair,
i Winter. Park; Mrs. Mrs. B. K. Bryan,
' Scott's Hill. Tomato, 94, Mrs. M. M,
j barker ; 80, Mrs.' E. Bulluck. Arti
I choke; 81, Mrs. D. W. Bulluck; 47, Mrs.
Ih. B. Williams, R. D. 2. Beet, SO,
'MrsV E. S. BullucbrT81; Mrs. D. W.
(Bulluck. Onion, "82, Mrs. Kranshaar,.
iNew Berlin; 57, Mrs. H. B. Williams,
'j R. -F. D. 2. Stuffed pepper, 80, Mrs.
!E. S. Bulluck; 82, Mrs. Kranshaar,
New Berlin. Gherkin, 6, Mrs. F. W.
Cowell; 6, Mrs. FT W. Cowell. Chow
chow, 99, Mrs. M. L. Stover; 68,-no
name. Sweet pickle peaches, 81,
Mrs. E. S. Bulluck; 95, Mrs. D. F. '
Barnes, Jr. Sweet pickle pear, 95
Mrs. D. F. Barnes, Jr.; 73, Mr3. J. W.
1 Goley, Delgado. Watermelon rind, 81,
i Mrs. D. W. Bulluck; 9, Mrs. A. J. Hpw
1 ell, Winter Park, Sweet pickle apple,
i no entry. Rd pepper, 74, Miss Addi
' son Hewlett, Masonboro; 74, Mrs. Ad
'dison Hewlett. Pepper relish, 82, Mrs.
Kranshaar, New Berlin; 16, Mfjs. R.
K. Bryan, Scott's Hill.
- Jelly. '
' (First names and figures indicate
'winner of second prize; second, -win-'rier
of secohd prie. Atple, 28, Miss
LGgan, Burgaw; 124, - Mrs.' W. . L.
Beery. Quince, no entry. Peach, 46,
Mrs. J. T. Presson; 46, .Mrs. J. T. Pres-sonl-
Blackberry, ;99, Mrs. M. L. Stov
er; 99, aMrsv SMiLv-Storer; -Grape
t(Jams), 76, Mrs, R.: W. Scott; Bolton is
76MfsrR. W. cott, Bolton, r-' Pear ,W
. 4e, -Mrs. j;. t. Bresson; Airs., j. x: i
110 PRINCESS STREET
Pressoh. Plum; 80, Mrs. Ernest Bui
lack; -20, Mrs. R. F. Beasley, Winter
Beery; 20, R. F. Beasley, 'winter 1
Park. Scupperriong, 89, Miss Lena
Beery;, 20, R. F. Beasley, Winter
Park. Muscadine, 38, Alton Lennon;
12-t, Mrs. W. Li. Beery. Pear manna
lide, .80, Mrs; E. S. Bulluck.
(First figures and numbers indicate.
Winner of first prize; second, winner
of second jprize). Best pickled fish,
69; Mrs J. O. Lewis,
Federal; Point. Canned roe, 400,
Mrs;' E. Walton, R. F. D. 2; 15, S. A.
Lewis, Carolina Beach. Canned shrimp
59, Irene Horne; 47, Mr 3. H. B. Wil-1
Hams, R. F.'D. 2.
(First name and figure indicates
winner of , first prize! second, winner
A Burr ; T3, Mrs. J. W. Goley, Delgado.
GTape wine 14, D. C. King; 45, N. Per
sigham. St. Helena. Blackberry cor
dial, 63, W. T. Canady, Scott's Hill.
Grape juice, 99, Mrs. M. L. Stover.
?4First name and figures indicate
winner of first prize; second, winner
of second prize). Best honey, 122,
Mrs. H. M. Middleton, Warsaw; 48,
Mrs. J. J. Knox, Leland.
. - Soap.
(First name and figures indicate
winner, of first prize; second, winner
of second prize). Best soap, 6, Mrs. F.
W; Cow ell; (no. number), Mrs. J. J.
First prize, 99, Mrs. M. L. Stover.
Second prize, 119, Mrs. Griffin. Third
prize, 120, Mrs. E. D. Harvey. Dough
nuts, 10.5, Mrs. C. B. Bellois.
meal cookies, 101, Mrsj Clayton Grant.
Best round cake, 17, Miss Annie L.
Hicks, Delgado. Best layer cake, 6,
Mrs. F. W. Cowell. Best war cake,
1104, Mrs, W.i O. Page. Winter Park,
Best, wheatless cake, Mrs. S. Mendeles-.
hon. Best velvet sponge, 103. Mrs.
Ed Schulken. i
Assorted candy, 102, Miss Amelia
Wooten, Clarkton; 12, Mrs. J. E. Bunt
ing. Pecan fudge, 120, Mrs. E. D. Har
vey. . . . -
Best butter. 90. Mrs. R. K. Bryan.'will start .about, .the last week of April
Scott's Hill; 87, Mrs. E. A. Orrell, Ma-
ranshaar, New Berlin; 82, Iceless Re- pete ior tne American eoiDaii asso-;1s taken into consideration, it doesn't
'rigerator Mrs. Kranshaar. Best dry-, ciation cup this year as against 37 seem likely that he is doomed tor the :; f--r,
128, (broom)., Mr. J. J. Blair. i teams last season. ax. , ; ... f w "
rl:v0- II Wa-Wngton, D.C BALTIMORE tliarlotte. N. C. - WMm$!S
lailM-i- i .4 It Richmond, V. Charleston. S. nmSZMmgMm t .Vi-.PZ'
Now that you have so generously helped the
United States Government,' by purchasing the Second
- ''' Liberty; Loan, you should have a safe place to deposit
' the Bond. - Our Safe Deposit Boxes are fire and burglar
proof and can be rented from $2.00 to $ 1 0.00 per year.
ington Savings & Trust Gompaiill
Best Garden Products.
29 varieties, 56, t). Bolt, Live Oaks,
Masonboro; feecond, Miss N Erla Suoint.
Best gai-den seed, 110, J. Lf Henry,
Winnabow, 56. Best ,onion sets, 91,
R. R. Clarkson, Winter Park; 91, R. R.
I Clarkson, Winter Park. Best dried
j lady peas, 58; Mildred Home, R. F. D.
12. Best lima beans, 60; .H. L. Horne,
R. F. D. 2
Dried apples, 22, Mrs. Barbee, Gar
den City; 22, Mrs. Barbee, Garden
City. Dried pears, 98, Mrs. Mary
Capps, R. F. D. 2; 18, Mrs. Mary
.Capps.R. F. D. 2.
Salt peas, 67, Mrs. Carl Griener; 97,
Mrs E. R. Jones, Castle Haynes.
Salt beans, 67, Mrs. Carl Griener; HO.jCember X 1917. Some time agx; Dr.;u
Mrs. J. L. Henry, Winnabow. Nesbitt had informed the Board ttat;S
Best vinegar, 122, (no name); 82,
Mrs Kranshaar.- Best hosey, 122, (no)"' ouclu1J lc"16"aLlu" pj -
name; 48, Mrs. J. J. Knox, Leland. (formal. Dr. Nesbitt expressed regret v
. Best Muscadine Exhibit. jthat he was severing connection with v
First prize. 48, Mrs. R W. Scott, Wilmington, but isaid that he was call
Bolton; second prize. 48. Mrs. J. J.
Mince meat, first prize, Mrs. Trobue
In the season's averages the White
Sox were second in team batting, De
troit being first. And in team fielding
the champions were second, the Red
Sox holding down first place.
The "boiled" shirt and the glazedl
collar are now rarities in England,
owing to the government ban on
Blue is worn by the wounded sol-
diers, and by nurses, because, accord
ing to the scientists, blue is a "heal
' The Kaiser1 has -no settled ' headquar
ters. Since the outbreak of the war
be has kept continually , on the move,
rarely staying more than a week at
any place, and often only a day. But
ulace wherever he may chance to'
is the official German headquarters,
The boxing game has been resumed Ce LiT3i 17
Cleveland?" with Cleveland, A. C, as,has ayed in thenast.
If a short schedule for 1918 is adopt
ed by the major leagues the season
and close before the end of Septem-
Twenty nine soccer teams will com-
A Stitch in Time
ready now for those sudden
that are sure to come. Get a Perfection
Oil Heater. It's always reliable, easily
carried from room to room, economical to
buy and to use; good-looking, durable ancl
Now used in over 3,000,000 homes.
The best fuel is Aladdin Security Oil gives
eight hours cheerful warmtHfor every gallon.
S TANDARD O IL COMPANY
Temporary Successor to'JOr.
Nesbitt Selected by Board
of Health. '''
Dr. Charles , T. Nesbitt yesterday ' 1
tendered his 'formal resignation . as 1
county health officer to the Board o J:
Health, the same to take effect ilie-'i
he would leave the service December
u 10 a posiuon 01 greater responsj
bility. He saiL however, that "he "
would, be glad to serve the community i -f;
at any' time by correspondence. t; ?vr
Many expressions of regret on the'
part of the Board were heard, and al- ' '
so many appreciative words spoken - ,
concerning the officer's fine;. .record Vf
here. ' - ' ' V - ' S''Sc r''M-!
Dr. Arnold Stovall, for some tfme'as-.
sistant health officer to Dr. Nesbitt; ,.1
was elected to succeed himitemporar'
ily and to pIso fill the duties "of his ' '
former position. ata. salary of. $2,500' v
a yer: Dr. J. C. Wessell and Dr. Hi B. ;
Slocumb, of the Boado6f Health, stat- r';
ed tliat they would aid Dr." Stovall in v'
carrying out his work. ;
A discussion concerning medical at ; ' ,
tention for the indigent poor develonedl,
the. opiion-thatpossibly the Associat- Ik'
ed Charities should take care of them,,
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According to a New York story,
Manacrer McGraw of the Giants.- has
soured on Davy Robertson and con-
templates casting the outfielder adrift.. ,
When Davey's work in the world Be- f i
ries batting .526 and fleldine 1.000 v v
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