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THE WILMINGTON DISPATCH, SATURDAY flFTEtWCXDNJAhnJARV 1 271 9T8
Market Rewdrtne arid Weattter News
THE GREATEST EVIL IN
TRY THIS FOR !
HANY IS WRY
r LOCAL MARKETS.
- . : ; .v ,; . 4 '
into uie nouse j esteraay. Butter
.-?rh business , in otton
NEW YORK COTTON
I vork. Jan. 12.-The bill in-
f- evidently served to unsettle and Grown chickens
nnfue sentiment in the cotton mark Puddle ducks
18 .r Pendongr further inforrastioti a
!L the" fall text of thebm traders Beef (dressed) . I'.
fut- Spring chlcken3
to express an opinion as Irish notatnns fh
fiotj hut th thivm of i tt m.
Sdslative action evidently-- showed -N. C. shoulders and ribs
ills confidence in the. stability : ot Cabbage, 100 lbs . . .
jCes and there was a Dig Dreak un Hides, green ..
L heavy liquidation and Wallistreet Wool, free of burr, .. .!.!
March sold off to 30.90 and Corn, bushel .
vav to 0Ad snorilJ aiter ine cail or, Bees wax
. . 50c
. .. . . 36c.
. 40 to'eOc.
70c to $1.10
. . yl 60c
.13 to 14c.
. . . $4.S&
...35 to 40c
. f. .. 35c:
. . .. $4.00
64 points net lower. -
i,ar. 3-5j1 d 12 Anaconda Copper N4 N4 4N44 61 1-2
SO tn 32c
. r ... .... .. . . ioc.
f f allow .. 10 to lie.
NEW YORK SPOT COTTON. Onions, (2 bushels) .. .. .1 .. $4.25
N:ew York, Jan. 12. Cotton: spot Peanuts ....... $io tc $L85
middling a.oa. . , Appies, . wmesap, .bbl . . . . . -$6.75
uranges.. box ; .; . . $4.5
IT. AGO GRAIN
Chicago, aJn. 12.-:-Virtual stopag
.t tiip crcp movement apparently in
evitable for a considerable time, made Spirits0.... ... ., ,.44
,0 rorn market today advance, al-' Rosin . . ... . . . . . . $.50 and 5.45
hm-eh on account of crippled wire Tar
;ervice commission houses had but
few orders. After opening a shade off
rith January no$ quoted and May 1.25
1-8, prices rose a half cent on very
Oats went upward for' the same rea
n as corn.
... . . 1 t
Higher quotations on nogs urteG. SAVANNAH MARKET
previsions. For the most part, how- Savannah, Jan. 11. Turpentine
ever, business was confined to lard, jfirm 45; sales, 88; receipts, 28; ship-
ments, 4ii; stocK. zx,zo-
Rosin firm; sales,' 407; receipts,
233; shipments, 360; stock, 88,433
uote: D. E. F. G. H. 6J35; I. 6.40; K.
6.65; M. 6.80; N. 7.25; W. G. 7.45;
W. W. 7.6. "
;New York, . - Jan. 12. Important
stocks recorded lowest prices of the
week, during today's session. The
reversal was .attributed to the an-
nouncement that the government
would ask Congress to regulate all
issues of securities. Steels, equip
ments and numerous specialties
yielded 1 to 4 points, rails reacting
an average of 1 1-2. Shippings alone
showed- substantial buying, marine
preferred' making an extreme advance
of four points. Losses were partly
relieved in the later dealings. The
closing was heavy. Sales approxv,
mated 375iWM) shares. Liberty bonds,
31-2's sold at 98.70 to 98.58, first 4's
at 97.92 to 97.90, and second 4's at
96.60 to 96.45.
Lord Robert Cecil Declares
that Germany' Worships
Idol of State
American Beet Sugar ... ,
American Car & Foundry .
American Locomotive . . . .
American Smelting & Ref.
American Sugar Kenning
Cotton ..; ..42
Tar ... ... .165
ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK.
St. Louis, Jan. 12. Hogs: receipts,
4,000: higher; lights, 16.10 16.35;
pigs, 14.00 15.25; good heavy -16.40
16.60, gulk, 16.10 16.50.
Cattle: receipts, 40G; steady; sa
tire beef, steers, 8.00 13.30; year
ling steers and heiffers, 15:00 ' & 15.
$0; cows, 10.00 10,50; stockers,
g 50 10.00 ; native calves, 5.75
Sheep: reecipts, none; nominally,
steady; lambs; 14.00 17.75"; ewes,
11.50 12.00; weaUiers, U.50
12.75; caniiers and" choppers, 6.00
Cornell and Annapolis are now the
only - institutions of prominence not
enrolled - in the membership" of th9
National Collegiate Athletic Association.
Charley Schons, the Pittsburgh box
er and former holder of the national
amateur middleweight title, has en
tered the professional ranks.
A BANK BOOK
a .?SJ,I -i--f&&. fgylrr-?r :
J. it-- s ' .
Baldwin Locomotive N4 N444N 58 1-8
Baltimore & Ohio 517-8
Bethlehem Steel 'B" ......... 75 5-8
Canadian Pacific .. ... ....138
Central Leather ... ... 63
Chesapeake & Ohio 511-2
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul...... 45'
Chicago, R. I. & Pac. Ry. Ch). 19 3-4
Chino Copper ... . 417-8
Colorado Fuel & Iron 35 1-4
Columbia Gas and Electric 313-8
Corn Products ... ... ... 311-4
Crucible Steel ... ...'521-4
Cuba Cane Sugar .iv .30
Erie ... 15
General Motors 113
VThat yoii need is this sensible
and effective remedy, Dr.
. 44 1-8
. 31 1-4
.w . 21 3-4
Great Northern Pfd.
Great Nor. Ore Ctfs.
Int. Mer. Marine pfd
Louisville & Nashville (bK;
Maxwell Motor Co. .b) . . .
Mexican Petroleum (b)
Nevada Copper (bid) 181-2
New York Central ..l....-.. 69
Norfolk and Western .v.r.103
Northern Pacific ,..f. 84
Ohio Cities Gas . 38
Pennsylvania .Y W V.U .- 461-4
Pittsburg Coal (bid) . 44
Ray Consolidated Copper W?. . 22 3-4
Reading .ifc 721-8
Republic .Iron and Steel ..... i 75 7-S
Sinclair Oil . . . m . 30 1-2
Southern lacific ... ,,.....,. 82 3-4
Southern Railway- . . ..... 22 7-5
OT7R CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB IS TO MAIOOT. EASY TOR
THOSE OF SMALL M.EANS TO START A BANK ACCoijNT. CHIL
DREN ARE ESPECIALLY -INVITED TO JOI1J. THE ?LUBS ARE
ARRANGED TO FIT" THEIR ABILITY ( TO BX- lENT, 2 CENTS,
5 CENTS AND 10 CENTS, OR 50 CENTS$l'00r $5.0qpR ANX
Ctfmm&f IS DESIRED. ' , -" 'n. . ,
Studebaker Co. 491-2
Tennessee Copper ..... . 18:1-2
Texas Co .....Ma
Tobacco Products !. . T. . . 50 1-i
Union Pacific ..V.villjBl-2
United ;Cigir Storm. .j, .i'93
U, S. Industrial Alcohols , 11 6 l-4
U. S. Rubber w .... 53
I XjnitQd StateB Steel r.v . 92 1-8
Utah Cobper . , ..- v 80
Whash Pfd. "A" .. M. .40 IC
Vtinghouse Electric;. 3-8
A. T.' and T. 'iitifo 1-4
Gulf States Steel . , . , 88 Jl-2
Seaboard Air Line . , :VivViV 7;12
Sloss-Shef. Steel afid lron 38
Unrte.d Fruit.. .. . 'yvil8 Z-4
Virginia Car. Chem . B8
London, December 29. (Correspon
dence) "The fundamental "evil of
Germany today is idolatry," said Lord
Cecil in a statement for the Assiciated
Press today. "They have set up for
themselves a . graven image, just as
truly &s did the worshippers of Baal
fetainst whom the prophets of the
"Germany's idol is the state. They
place the stat above religion, above
morality, above all laws of God or
Man. They believe that any 'act is
justified which advances the interests
of the German State, however base
that act may however immoral, how
ever inconsiderate of the lawful rights
"Otto Kahn, himself a German by
origin, has defined this State-idolatry
&s 'the demoniacal obsession of pow
er worship, and wortd-dominion."
"This idolatry is at the bottom of
our whole fight against Germany. Jt
is the secret of the whole revolting
list of outrages and atrocities which
Germany has committed against the
civilized world. The violation of Bel
gium, the Armenian atrocities, tha
unspeakable horrors of submarine
varfare, all these are the outcome of
a creed which holds that no laws of
morality are binding when the. defense
of the state-idol is at sake.
"The results of this violation of the
foundations of morality by Germany
are bound to b colossal and far
reaching. They mean the degeueracy
of the whole German structure, and
the effects are already seen in , the
wave of crime and immorality which
is sweeping over Germany. So long
as the governing classes are infected
with this doctirine there is no limit
to the wickedness and cruelty which
v; ill be put into execution. It neans
the undermining ultimately ot the
whole fabric of their- civilization. This
is what President Wilson has fore
seen. This is a reason for the deter
mination of President Wilson and the
leaders of the Allies on both sides of
the water to carry this war through,
whatever the cOst, in order that the
world may be fit to live in.
"The Lansdowne letter has been
thought by some to indicate some
weakening of determination the
pert of this country, some change of
attitude. I belive any such impression'
isva profound delusion. I know it is
a delusion as far as the actual govern
ment of England is concerned, and I
believe" that the British people as a
As a cold is only dangerous when
neglected, the prompt use of Dr., Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey will break it up ana
prevent the weakening cough from be
coming chronic. .
This happy combination of balsam
and healing agents soon overcomes the
cold germs, loosens the phlem, re
lieves congestion and quickly relieves
Search as ypa will, you will not find
a better remedy than Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
Not only recent or lin
gering coughs, but grippe, bronchitis,
or asthma are helped toward speedy
recovery by its proper use.
Children take it without coaxing and
wise mothers have it handy for dan
gerous croup. adv.
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whole, including Lord, Lansdowne
himself, are more detennine.d-; than
ever to . brin -th -war-- to a victorious
"I tee that it is being alleged with
a certained degree of plausibility that
there are many points in which Lord
Lansdowne is in agreement with
President's message there breathes
may be so. But in the case of the
President's mesage there breathes 1
through every line not only a deter
mination to win for in that there is
no difference between the two men--
but also a certainty of victory. Presi
LAST STAGER OF
NEW YORX, N. Y The following
distinctive features are observable in
the treatment of riggs disease,-by pa
tients using pyorigg: The disease is
promptly arrested. The color of the
gums is restored to a healthy pink con
dition in the course of a few days.
Undue redness of gums disappears. In-
flammation, soreness) and sensitive
ness disappear. Gums build up and fill
out, receding stops. Teeth lose their
yellow color. - Separated teeth come
together. Loose teeth tighen up and
bleeding of gums ceases.' Shrunken
gums are invigorated and healthified.
These are the results in most cases
of using pyorigg, a new prescription
specially for- riggs disease, which
comes in the form of a medicated mes
sage ointment and -is dispensed in
original packages, price' one dollar, at
best drug stores, including Jarman &
NOTICE OF SAXE OF PERSONAL PKOP-
Under and 'toy virtue of tTie power of
sale contained In a certain chattel mortgage '
executed the 15th day of October, 1915, by
D. J. Prease to W. H. M. Koch, and duly '
recorded in Book 86. Page 208 in the office '
of the Register of Deeds of New Hanover
County, . default having been made in the ,
payment of the note secured by said mort
gage, the undersigned will sell at twelve
( o'clock noon on Saturday, January 19th,
1918, at Ho. 20 South Second street, in the
I city of Wilmington, at public auction, for
easn, to tue .nignest bidder the following
described personal property, to-wit:
One cornice brake, one locker, one edger,
one rotarv shears, one nmrnhino- sh.nr.
one large swedging machine, one thick edg
j machine, one burring machine, one wiring
! machine, six bench stakes and one stove
pipe folder; together with all other goods,
chattels, wares and merchandise, stock in
trade, furniture and fixtures, tools and ap
pliances Deiongmg tof the business as con
ducted at said location by D. J. Prease.
This 29th day of December, 1917.
W. H. M. KOCH,
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OP NEW HANOVER,
lit the Superior Court. Maryland Onslow
vs. Priscilla Onslow.
The defendant above named will take
notice 'that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Superior Court
of New Hanover county, for an absolute
divorce from the bonds of matrimony on
the grounds of adultery ; ; and the said de
fendant will further take notice that she Is
required,, to.. appear, at .the term, of the
Superior -Court of said county, to be held
on the First Monday In February, 1918, at
toe Court House of said county, In Wil
mington, North .Carolina, and answer Qr
demur to the complaint in said action, or
the plaintiff win apply to the Court for the
rener demanded in said complaint.
This 28th day of December, 1917.
W. N. HARRISS,
Clerk Superior'' Court
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Notice is hereby given that the undei-
dent Wilson's message has an insfcira- f??f5 iay1uaIr ff
tion of leadership which Lansdowne's
CLEARING HOUSE CONDITION
New York. Jan. 12. The actual 'con-
Ifiiubh of cleajing house banks ah
trtlst comDanies for theweek shows
that they held $78J57,0W
excess ot legal .requirements. This th.
jftn increase or ?a;juz,su irom.Mast
The ..fUT young ladies, who . were
injured Yesterday, when aii automo.
bile5 collided with a .trolley car at
the corner of Fifth and Red Cross
streets, are, resting comfortably at
the Brooks tiome' "on Market street.
No eriQnjreut are antioipatea '
tfork, Jan. 12. Mercantile pa-pef-52?to
5 3-4.. sterling 60 day bills,
4.72. comniercial 60 day bills on banks
471 1-2, .commercial 60 day bills 471
7;; demand 4-75 1-4, dtbles-4.7&7-ie.
Bar silver 90' 1-8.
Woman Faces Trial Tor 'Murder.
Dallas, Texas, Jan. 12 The case
of Mrs. Katie Ahlers, alias Mrs.
Katherine Travers, under indictment
on a flrstdegre murder; L is "docketed
for trial on Monday. Mrs. Ahlers
4s charged with killing PhilE. Tuck
er, a Dallas broker, on October 3L
Atthe same time a woman' compan;
Jon of Tucker was shbt. Jeafeusy Is
alleged to have furnished the motive
for the shooting. b?wing to the
prominence of the slain man the sen
sational circumstances attending the
tragedy the trial Is expected to be
one of the most notable that has taken-place
in Dallas in a Ions'-time.
THE TIDE8 SUNDAY.
M. P. M.
Wil. .. lOilO 10:42
;Sport 7:37 8:09
M"boTO 7:28 8:00
Al M. P. M.
trator of Maria A. Fosgate, deceased, late
of the County of New Hanover. All per
sons indebted to the estate will please make
immediate settlement. All prsons holding
claims against said estate are hereby no
titled to present the same to the under
signed at Wilmington, North Carolina,, oh
or before the 4th day of December. 1918.
or this notice wilt be pleaded In bar ef
This 4th day of December. 1917.
THOMAS W. DAWS,
Administrator - of- Maria A. FosFate, de-
h : B . Attorneys,
Winston - Salem Mprehed City-Bau
Tort Pullman Sleeping car cine Be
comes ' Wlnatorvklein-Goldsboro
Sleepihb Car Xlne
Southern Railway Sstm announ
ces effective w4th last Cars into and
pjit of pcanfjprt Snnday, Att(vi2th, the
fort Sleeping Car Line will be shorten
ed to Winston-Salem-Goldsboro Line.
Car will continue to be handled on
trains Nos. 232-112 and 111.237.
Tpx turther details' ask Southern
Railway System Agents, or address J.
O. Jones, TraTelingi-Passenger"' Agent,
Raleigh, N. C.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Idles! Aili yoor Vraerut for A
Chl-cheB-ter'B Diamond Tl rail dVS
l'llla in Red and Hold mrtaUicW
boxes, sealed -with Blue Ribbon. V
Take otker- Bny cf toot " .
Iross9t. As k for C If I-C ifES-TElTS
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years known as Best, Safest, Always ReH&blo
-TT SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
Makes Walkin a Pleasure;
' Attached by
King of Shoemakers
N.- Front Street. Phoner 523.
Wilmington, N. C. . ir
Wilmington's Best Hotel,-v
American Plan one block ',
from Wrightsville Beach-
F. W. ARMSTRONG, Prop.
ABSOL,TJTKLT FIBKPRODF, v, -
West Twenty-Third St., at Seventh Jlt
NEW YORK CITY
500 ROOMS 400 BATHS
AUTOS FOR HIRE
Pleasure. Orlvlrrg, Dances
Wedding and Commercial
City Livery Co.
Phones 15 and 33 5.
Boon, with adjoininc bath -; !
$1.00 and SL50 l
Suites; parlor, bedroom and bath'$lj0tj
Club Breakfast, 25e up. ,
Special Inmchon, SDe up,
Table d'Hote Dinner $1.00 up. " ' S
Cafe attached. -
To Beach Hotel Chelsea.
From Pennsylvania Station, 7th Aventie
car south to 23rd street ; .A
Grand Central, 4th Avenue car south to
2rd street; - - yv.
Lackawanna, Erie, Reading, Baltimore
, and Ohio, Jersey Central and -Lehigh
Valley K. R.,BtatioHS, take 23rdl street
crosstown car east, to Hotel Chelsea.
Principal Steamship Piers, Foot "West
23rd street, take 23rd street cross
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50 Barrels Gore's Fanay Molasses, -500
Bass Gore's Ffhe Ground Meal, .
Different varieties Seed Oats,. Wheat
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