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THE WILMINGTON DISPATCH,- WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH ,1 3, 1918 ,
; PGE TWO
Soutk Carolina News
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JAPANESE RELATION TO MENACED SIBERIA
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Plans Have Been Formulated
for Effective Co-operation
. " by the Papers
a?'?-''.- , (Special to The Dispatch.)
?f v : Henderson, N.l ' March
.President . P. T. Way, of the
.. i r. Accnoiat nn' rt Afternoon
. oaiUHUa ioi?wyitw w '
N-yspapers, has recently made pub
?ic the- committee organizations and
VplAns have been formulated for a
Continuance of -the effective' work
ulajong cooperative lines, while it is
planned that the scope of work will
i bo materially broadened. Upon the
announcement of tne committee a
, pointments, President Way calls at
tention to the meeting of the associ
ation to be held in Raleigh in April,
Personnel of the Committee Named,
Advertising Committee: W. E. Law'
; '.a son, -airman; J. E, Home, J. B,
Hurle. R. E. Carmichael, T. W.
r News Print-and Supplies: W. W.
.Weaver, chairman; J. B. Sherrill, J
lyU Home, W. C. Do vd, Owen G, Dunn,
T.eeislation : J. 1j. HOrne, cnair-
man; W. W. Weaver, S. H. Farabee,
J. B. Sherrill, John D. Gold.
- Grievances: J. B. Hurley, chairman;
W. W. Weaver, JoKn D. Gold, Owen
sQDunn, J. P. Ravley.
Service: R. E. Carmichael, chair
'man; T. W. Chamr-iiss,, W. E. Law
! son, W. C. Dowd, W. W. Weaver.
" Special Printing Committee: J. L.
-Home, chairman; J. B. Sherrill. E.
J. Hale, Owen G. Dunn, High Point
Labor: W. W. Weaver, chairman:
J. B. Hurley. R. E. Carmichael; E. J.
Hale. S. H. Farabee.
.V Members: Sent'r"l. Winston; Sun,
. Fire at Anderson.
;' Anderson: 'S." 62- March Fire
suoDosed to have, been of incendiary
rtrtiHn p.str.ved .the store room and
ctnf lr of eroodfi .of William .Menefleld
Monday. -The loss 'alone is "estimated
at ?12,000 covered by . insurance.
r Money or Sal uda jRoads.
Saliida. S. C. Slarch 13.It is cstlr
mated that the road bill passed at th
last Legislature will bring- into the
treasury of this, county about $y,uuo
from this source. The county board
fa' allowed i6:000 in adition, which
will make $15,000 for road work in
! this county.-
Irmo, S. C. March 13. A district
Sunday school convention " with dele.
patea froni all the schools in the
Dutch Fork was held in the Luther
an church at White Rock last, Sunday,
A 'very interesting . and ' instructive
prosram was. rendered. The county
chairman, Mr. Patterson or Columbia,
A "Daylight Robber,"
Columbia, S. C, March 13.-The po
lice have been notified that they may
expect a visit from a "daylight rob
ber" ,who is traveling -through the
South. Atlanta and Savannah ha.i
been visited. Chief Richardson has
received warnings concerning the op
erations of the' business inan who is
charged with several robberies. The
local police will lookout for his ap
Fell Down on the Job.
Columbia, S. C, March 13. Mon
day, Frank Kingston told the recorder
that he fell down the first time he
tried to fool with liquor and the ex
perience was quite enough to cause
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Those who object-to liquid medi
T was vPr. "tes:
vas very siot
and. Bronchitis, i also ia
In the head. I used pLJ? a "Id
well pleased with tLT
has done me a great It
can cheerfully recomaer ?Jcinc- I
one who is -trouhiPH
cold frequently or Mv Z
a cnronlc cough 0r chronic ta:
inosB wisnina furthP - -uTn
concerning my case mau .
o cure io enclose
f WHITE "' J
him to seek other means to make
nnrhnm- SiinJminiftl. Now Bern: !"uuejr. niu m ub w. . im v. 8mf APU MIKC
?.tT0i wnA- TpiPraTn Rnokv lOO proof special for $5 and two prl- SHIPS IS CRYING
' T' nrtct anhTw TrihnP Cnn. ! vates vouched for the statement. One
rnrd- Disnatch. Henderson: Obser. , the men said $5 was a little high
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v ver. Fayetteviiie: iews. L-nariotte: ui "uk u " " r. v I iuuuuucu uvui xra ju
NEED OF AMERICA
per day of all supplies to maintain
an array in the field. It is confident
ly expected that cbe Allies can fur
nish additional bottoms for transport
. . m b a
1 1 ation or sunDiies r: om tnis country.
The amount to be supplied by the
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TUqhatch. i ton was nnea ?iuv ana wm De laKun efforts and Drove to fhe country tnat Aiaes aepenas, oi curs, upua uuw
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Detore tne reaerai autnonues. the resDonsibilities intrusted to them I mucn can oe sparea rrom present w
will -be fully met." tivlties.
Percy Moore Resigns. tq f tv,o TTnitoH Whatever the exact figures as to
' ville; Record, Hickory;
Wilmington; Enterf "ise,' High Point.
v Mr. P. T. Way, of Henderson, editor
-The Dispatch, is president of the as
sociation, and Mr. W. E. Lawson, ed
1 Itor and general manager of The Wil
mington Dispatch, is secretary and
finutrnnr Rirlrtt Will Review Men a
; . Fort and Make Address. aany: of Knoxville. Th
' Governor Thomas W. Bickett APtive offer and the
V'.tlvitlea amoner tni
Laurens, S. C March 13. Percy W. gtates shipping Board, recently de-1 availanle tonnage aDd no matter what
Moore, farm demonstration agent for ciare(i that "we must build ships ' estimates are given for the 1918 pro
the county of Laurens for the past wita frenzied concentration," and that gram, the fact remains that we ca.n
two years, has accepted the position ne would rather nave a minister! not DuiId t0 many ships in this coun4
oi town manager ai luaryvme, i euu strike a blow on a rivet than a pos
and he will go to his new work the t...
xst of next month. He is to be em- ter Rev. Charles A. Eaton, seems to I our command can bo utmzea ana is
Miss Hila O'Hara Is a member oi
the engineer corps of one of the large
Pennsylvania coal mining companies.
Massachusetts officials estimate
that the numbers of women workers
in that State has increased by near
ly 10.000 since the beginning of the
Ellon Harriot Gapon ' worked ir
male attire in an English munition
factory fortwo years before the arm?
authorities discovered that-"he" was
needed more than anything else to
win the war. There is no greater
patriotic duty today than to build
ships. And those who are looking
ahead to the days when peace shall
e large enterprise of the their work. It is significant fact ablde in all land know that we are
company, especially ap- that wherever' mention is made of the I no JPreParto1f fr tbe time, 7hen a
flag will ply our trade in all corners
of the globe.
by the American Aluminum have taken this advice, for he has se-!
ine salary is cured a year's leave of absence from
nature or his church in New York city in or-
accepted an invitation extended; vtivities among tne peopia oi der to make addresses among ship-
by Col. A. W. Chase, commanoY Imost or whom are connect- builders, urging tnein to speed up
. ficer at Fort Caswell, and
tended by Col. Fred Olds,
. the State Hall of History,
Wilmington Chamber o:
" Tisit Fort Caswell, review the troops,
and make an address.
I Moore. In addition he principal war needs the first subject
wt.tor"" asS!toveTTrislon of the farm and mentioned is ships. Theodore Roose-
J visit the first week in ApriL and
fas he. will come through Wilmington,
he will be a given a cordial reception
here. He comes at this time, not only
to visit the fort, but also in the in-
terest of the general development of
this section, in which he has always
shown the livest interest. He has
promised his active co-operation in
the developing of such advantages as
this port and section may have to of
fer. Governor Bickett has visited Wil
mington several times since he has
been Governor; but this will be bis
first trip to-the fort.
garden rwork, Sunday schools, fire de- velt, whatever we may think of his
partmeht and . police regulations.
Columbia, S. C, March 13,-Vrhe
seventh annual meeting of the South
Carolina Live Stock Association began
at 10 o'clock.
severe criticisms of the administra
tion, has " been a consistent advocate
of preparedness since the beginning
of .the. European tragedy. He -said,
before the Ohio Society of New York,
a few days ago: Wo must speed up
at the Jefferson Hotel the war. Ship's,; guns, auto-rifles, and
FALL RIVER MILLS
RUNNING AS USUAL
Fall River, Mass., March 13. All
Increased pork produc- airplanes must be built with the ut-!the cotton mills in Fall River operat
ion, as a war emergency, will be the most speed." He placed ships first,
chief theme stressed during the two Pershing cabled not long ago calling
days of the meeting. Governor Man- attention to the urgency of supplying
CAME FOR PRISONER.
Miss Rosa Lee Turner Will Be Return
ed to Her Home This Evening.
. Miss Rosa Lee Turner, of Goldsboro.
7who was taken into custody by Ser
geant Howell, of the police force, yes
terday at a rooming house at the in
tersection of Third and Market streets
and who was detained overnight until
her parents could be communicated
with through the Goldsboro officials,
will leave this afternoon for her homo
.in company with Sheriff Edwards, of
fvvayne county, the genial Goldsboro
tSicer arriving in the city today to
take charge of the young woman. No
warrant was served on Miss Turner.
who is an unusually attractive young
voman, nor is there any charge
against her, the police merely-holding
her for her parents.
ning will make the address of wel
come, and addresses by many prom
inent live stock growers and experts
will be heard. A feature of the con
ference will be the auction sale of
pure bred Duroc-Jersey hogs Thurs
day noon. W, P. Smith of Kinards U
the proprietor of tbe Duroc-Jeraey
bottoms in order that the war be sue
cessfully prosecuted. Mrs. August
Belmont, returning several days ago
from the battleground of Europe,
said: "The great need of Europe at
present is shipsships for men and
President Wilson, in his urgent ap-
Stock Farms and will bring to Colum- Peal that the ship stnke be called off, j
ed today under normal conditions,
firemen who had been on strike tor
two days returning under an agree
ment by which differences between
them and the mill owners were ad
justed last night.
rne settlement was reacned at a
conference between representatives of
the Manufacturers Association ana
Timothy Healy, national president of
bia 55 head to be auctioned off.
FERRIS WILL LEAD
Washington, March lS.-Represen-
tativc Scott Ferris, of Oklahoma,
chairman of the House public lands
committee since the Democrats gam
ed control, was elected last night
chairnjan of the Democratic congress
slonal committee. He succeeds Rep
resentative Fran E Boremus, ot
Michigan, who .after . piloting two con
gressional campaigns, announced he
cpuld no longer seive because his
time would be taken up with other
congressional activities. The commit-
recently wrote WJl.'fam L. Hutche-i ino firemens union ana was ratinea
son, general president of the United DVe union.
Brotherhood of Can enters and Join-1 t Tne manufacturers left to Mr.
ers of America, in Dart, as follows: i "euy g aecision on me question oi
"Shins are absolutely necessarv t TThfltner tney hd an agreement with
the winning of the war. No one can f Ine .mefn Perave until June 1 and
stHkP o ifAorfifAi of th .ofat ; ne declared no such agreement was
of the nation, and of its forces on the' !n fo1?' 0The PrlnclPal Question at
other side than by interfering with 1 ia-u-' :nour uay, tne manuractur-
or oDstructme tne shinbuildine nro. ! !l6,CDU l" w toumerimgn
The summary of the Nautical Ga-1
zette with reference to submarine ac-i Princess Patricia of Connaugh, is
tivities last year and shiDbuildine ! a clever milliner, and her sister, the
possibilities this yearr is as follows: i Crown Princess of Sweden, has often
Ship tonnage sunk by submarines
in 191 was nearly three times as
great as the total of production in
the United States and Great Britain
looked' charming in hats which she
nag trimmed herself.
FOR WHITE SHOE'
Keeps shoes lily white.
Easy to clean with and
it lasts. Leaves no yel
low tinge. Retains the
natural grain of leather
and texture of fabric.
taniVi'S MADE IN BLACK TAN WHITE RED
ASK ANY STORE
Fifteen women are now included in
the membership of the St. Louis po
OF ALU EJECTIONS
Chemists Rid Doctor's Favor-
V. m m m "-.
K ne meaicme or nauseating
and Dangerous Qualities.
New Variety Called "Calo
tabs" A triumph of modern pharmacy that
is destined to .bless the .whoje world
that is the opinion" of physicians ana
druggists who are familiar with the
new calomel that is wholly free from
the objectl6nable effects of the 0:3
An occasional purifying of the sys
tem and thorough cleansing of the
liver are absolutely essential to health,
and, as all doctors know, calomel is
the only drug that accomplishes this
result. Now that the unpleasant and
dangerous effects are entirely remov
ed, . the popularity of the new calo
mel, Calotabs. will be vastly increas
ed. Its effect ia delightful. One tab
let at bedtime, a swallow of water
that's all. you wake up next morn
ing feeling fine, your liver cleansed,
your system purified and with a hearty
appetite for breakt'aet. Eat what you
please no danger. No restrictions of
habit or diet.
Calotabs are sold only in original
sealed packages, price thirty-five cents.
Your druggist recommends and guar
antees them. Adv.
BETTY OFFERED A JOB.
ETTY SCHAIf. leading charac
ter actress with the Universal
Film Company. - and featured
E layer in "Painted Lips" and "No
odVg Wife," has received an offer
to "go into the movies" Honest, In
jun, and she is proud of it. It hap
pened in this fashion:
Hiss Schade, the first Universal
.' war bride, usually rides to Universal
City with Priscilla Dean in her car,
while her husband. Sergeant Ernest
Shields is learning to plug the Boches
(n a coast artillery training: camp. On
this particular morning the girls had
a blow-out in front of one of the
prominent studios near Los Angles.
A younjf man saw their plight from
the studio-door and assisted them with
chivalry, and efficiency. When the new
tire was n he vouchsafed the infor
mation that he was an assistant direc
tor; that he was tbV bogs' little white
haired boy and that- what he said
"You girls," he--said admiringly,'
."ought to do mighty well in pictures.
We have a baljroom scene on this
morning and I need a: few more girls
who look the part of society folks.
Want to try it?"
"That's very flattering, I assure
you, said Miss Schade, "out our con
tracts with the Universal are for ex
The well-meaning assistant grew
red t and tried to say something, but
his speech back-fired. The last the
girls saw of him he was trying to
End the entrance of the studio.
OPERAS IN THE MOVIES.
The open season for operas in the
movies seems to be upon us. Now
comes Pauline Frederick in a Para
mountation of "La Tosca." Frank
Losee plays Scarpia. The exteriors
were taken in palmiest Florida, under
the direction oi Edward Jose. Now,
with "Carmen," Faust," "The Dumb
Girl of Portieiftt "Traviata" andsev
eral other operatic -war horses tinned,
as the British would-say, why not
film "Aida" and "II Trovatore"?
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MRS. RINEHART'S ,rK
RENAMED FOR JEWEL.
Jewel Productions is making strew
uous efforts to hustle Mrs. Mary Rob
erts Rinehart's novel "K" onto thl
market. They will do it, however
under the title, "The Doctor and the
Woman," instead of the single initial
which Mrs. Rinehart used. Mildred
Harris, who made such a reputation
for herself in "The Price of a Good
Time," has the role of Sidney, and
True Boardman of Stingaree fame ii
State College Has Only Two Old Men,
Last Year's Battery.
V. (Special to The Dlsoatch.)
. West Raleigh,- March 13. Never
before in the history of the institu
tion has there bQen ,bstter opportu
nity for new men t'j make' the varsity
'baseball team at' tee State College.
Only two of last year's letter men
ire back in school Lewis and J. G.
'.Berry, the battery which last year
met so many teams in victory.
Tli freshman class is well repre
sented on : the field at practice and
r Coach Hartsell seems to think that
in them he has some of the best ma
terial to work on that he has seen
-since. ne Began coaching the Tech
viThe manager, Mr. H. R. Royster,
has: arranged a great many games.
".most of which will be played in Ra
leigh,' although he is contemplating a
r trip to Western North Carolina, at
jHhe beginning of the season, and one
.North later or ivlr. Royster an
nounces that the first game of the
season will be played in . Raleigh,
March 22, with Oak Ridge. He will
publish' his schedule the latter part
or tne week.
rado, and Cox, Indiana.
tee' reoreanized for tho firt ti-ma during that year.
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during this Congress. The following . A"1S wtta uis-ciusen mat wee oy
vice' ehitnen were elected: Senators he announcement of Andrew Bonar
Shields, Tennessee; Shafroth, Colo- 1Jttw m uie se oi uommons' that
rado; and Thompson. Kansas; Repre- Great B"tain produced only 1.163,474
sentatlves Webb, North Carolina- tons of shipping labt year. The out-
Gandy, South Dakota; Baker, Colo- DUt of the United States was 901,223
tuns, maiung a tow i combined on
nage of 2,064,697, wUIe sinkings by
submarines last year are generally
reckoned at 6,000,000 tons. "
"While complete ligures on con
strucion in Japan, ialy, France and
other nations in 1917, are not yet
available, officials here do not be
lieve their aggregate equalled the to
tal of the united States: ' If that I
WORK AT THE FORT
.(Special to Tb Dispah.)
Southport, N. C, March 13. Mr. C.
G. Weatherly has come to Southport
ft talra rh nrco nf fho nnrnmnoitit
a.TZZ...l?.to case submarine
the War Commission on Training anoabled a11 new tonnage pro
Camp Activities. This commission is
popularly kndwn as tbe Fosdick Com
mission, and its purpose here is 10
bring into active" cs-upei ation all tna
means of service and community ef
:rt, for the soldv ry at Fort Caswell.
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lvijr. wedioeny wn meet with .ne
Civic Club this a:iefoon and en
Ihursday night there will be a ma.3
meeting' at the Court House, to wii".h
every man and w:o:iuan 'in Southport
Raleigh Gets Airplane Plant.
Raleigh, N. C, Faroh 13. Harry N.
Atwood, well known American avia
tor, who alighted on the White House
grounds several years ago, has begun
plans for the erection of an airplane
manufacturing plant in .this city, it
was announced here last night at a
meeting , of citizens. His plant' will
e financed by New (York and local
France Has Not Called.
Washington, March 1.3. Published
reports that France had appealed to
the United States for more soldiers
drew an official denial from Major
General March, acting chief of staff,
who said "-".such appeal had been
maae and, that tne movement of
American troops to Carope would con
tinue to go forward according to the
program already worked out.
Five Hun Planes Downed.
Rome, March 12, Five enemy air
planes wrevbrou$;ht down yesterday.
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i is anp?icf vwvif.
"Both American ard British officials
expect a very different story In 1918,
"The output of ship tonnage s in the
United States in 191b has been vari
ously estimated at from 2,500,000 o
4,000,'QOO. with Shipping- Board offi
cials confident that at least 3.500..000
tons will be completed No estimate
of Great Britain's output has been
received, but that country is expected
to Increase materially its 1917 figures.
japan s operations just now are
hampered by lack of steel, but this
handicap ig expected ' soon to be
overcome, and that country also i."
expected to increase its output this
year. Other countries are building
Taking Secretary p Baker's figure
that two gross tons per man are
needed to maintain our own army in
trance, at least 3,000,000 tons of
snipping, gross, will be needed for
me i,&oo.ooo men. that . wje will have
aDroad, in accordance with SRp.rp,
tary Baker's statement
fore the Senate Committee' fon Naval
Affairs. The War r)snirfmnt ,!
JLJiaa estimated that it takes 50 pounds
The FOWLER CULTIVATOR More ew fo, The Nauon
Direction lor Opertlnr Fl. 1
Jn this form tUe Fowler is used after plowing and liarrowinj?. to prepare a seed
betl. All the floe soil slips between the upper and lower blades, forming a sectf b tt
wljicli is 4 perfect mulcb. All clods, trasu or stones, unable to past) through" the
narrow space between tbe upper, and lower blades, slide alon to the ends of
the blades and are left in the middles between the rows. In doll)? this the .upper
blades move just above the surface of the ground nd act like fenders. No other
ctitlvator will remove from the seed bed all clods, stones and trasi! and leave a
perfectly level surface consisting only of fine pulverized soil, in which to plant the
seed. The Fowler is also used in this for n, when rua deep, to throw up u raised
seed bed, completing tbe bed at one trip through. ,
Ofrcton for, Operating Fig. 1
With the Plow Foot In the center removed the Fowler, is used for-early cultiva
tion astride tbe row: barring on and cultivating both sides ef--tbe row at one trip
through. By the action of the upper piades only tine puivefjzea .toll is left on
either side of tbe growing plant. All gras$ and weeds are "cut oft :aud- left on the
surface to die, The Fowle leave a perfectly level surft beitlnd it, entirely
free rom little furrow vM?li wotTid eaiwe washing durintc? beavjh Tains, lu a dry
season tbe fine dust rauJcb made by this Cultivator conserves the moisture apd
plant food and yet offer an Ideal surface for receiving ven jthe slightest rainfall.
Tbls woyk astride the row can be done with one horse1 by hitching to the side
clevis, : .i V:i
DirMtions tor Onerstine Ti. tr oxv?1 Bt
SVheo plants become too large for cultivating . astride tbi'SroW91 aftprt Blade is
attached on the right , to. tbrow the fine mulch prepared by pViviorfst-cultivationst
to the roots of the growing plant. In this ease the Plow FootiiteipepJaced and the
long Blade on tbe left destroys all .weeds and further pulverize tbe foil-between the
k IVotitbat tbe npper Blades are taken off for tbis work," 4i. all trash and
cJoa have been removed from the proximity of tbe plants by the -previous cultiva
tions astride the row nothing is now left within reacb of the short" Blade but a fine
dust mulch which is thrown to tb roots. The elods and trash-previously thrown
to tbe middles now slip over tbe Blade without leaving their plac.ift the center be
tween toe row. ---
Directions Ojreratlntr Flff. 4
, , r CTEf uvittm ve mn Biiu vt weeds una .Tines ana to
t e,k .ard rust forming after rains, only the long lower Wafts are used.
JB mpve parauei to ana above thfr roata of tbe fcoK;;xe&Rjti toward ma
i?KI,Hm cl?Ae ,to .tbe surface. The Cultivator Blades dowt-tojure these roots
?;8?v,. mpletely. deti,JiS a srass, weeds and vines. Othr cultivators run
across the cron roots and deen ononirh to .tar m.nv ,WUtlJ. iA. ,
KsJ MrtoS PWe.b olFSoti are .dVmTg,d lrX
plant Is devoted to restoring such roots beforei further wPrifmi no- T?ft0-bo,iv ...
frutt. It is
Figure I in Operation
Fiture 3 in Operation
ILll lat CftItiTatlon wAlch Ive8 tha final complete maturity to th crop
sssary to a maximum yield. ... . , "
i'igure 4 in Over-tr-
xjgnre z in Operation so necessary to a maximum yield
A Strong Guaranty With Each Fowler It Wll Dp More Work and Better Than Any Other
N. JACOB! HARDWARE CO., Sole AgenU
10 and 12 S. Front Jt.