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THE ABBEVILLE CITIZEN, SATUTIDAY' OCTOBER 13,1917.
And it doesn't take a
microscope to find it,
Strictly band mad through
orab -band mad button-
. hole, hand felled collar, and
,'eo OO.V k.
Wonder how its
Sartof the) middlamaa'a
profit fofywi ,
Doing away with credit
Many a Cooper
pay aa tnad. ahnoet for hia
Aom , aa ha paid far hb
Cooper nth .;,;''.-'"
Corno la todiy rtih hmvo
fat nd take . your time
- Charlotte, K C
Colombia, 3. C
Aad othar dtiea, '
SECOND CALL FOR
DRAFT ARMY WAY
More Thai! 250,000 of First
Increment Still to Be
FOR FULL BRIGADE
iio we in found
GUILTY OF tlUROER OF A .
HO IN THE MCE RIOTS
Witnesses Swear That the
Two Men Dragged
Negro With a Rope.
Delay in Productloa of
Clothing and Equipment
Is Existing Factor.
will Make Big Hole In
Companies Working Men
Into Form. " '
COLUMBIA,' & C. Oot iaJ Three
thousand, seven hundred and four
mea of the national army from Norm
Carolina now at Camp Jackson, will
be transfer to Camp Ssvier Tuesday to
nu the rank or the North Carolina
national guard ' encamped in Oreen
ville, Two infantry regiment are hit
hard by tha orders, tha S21at and tha
322nd relmenta furnishing nearly;
lurea-xQurxna oi tn Aortn uarQiina
men to move.
At tha ra time 1,103 South Caro
linian go to Camp Savlar to Oil tha
Houth Carolina national guard and 1,
800 Florida man mova to Maeoa to
complete the Florida national guard.
To replace the departing eeleoted
men, troops (or the national army will
ooree from Camp -Gordon at Atlanta
and Camp Pike at Little Rook to Join
with men yet to report from North j
uareuna, acuta Carolina and Florida
to make op tha i 1st division. North
Carolinlaaa t go to Camp Sevier- an
Tuesday ooma from the following
'Yhrse hundred and twenty-first in
featry, ,, Three hundred and
twenty oeoond Infantry, l,03t. Three
bundred and sixteenth Held artillery.
110. Three hundred and eevantaenth
aald artillery, t., Three hundred
I4 atxtaeath machine ran battalion,
a. Three hundred and aeventaenth
WASHINGTON. Oot. 12. rMamia.
aloa of the adylaablllty of expediting
the eal for the aeoond increment of
the draft army new la ia progress at
the .war department and It appear
likely that the data may he fixed for
ome time la December or January.
Mobilization ef the first increment
of 117,000 men la bow far ensne-h ad
vanced to enow clearly that there will
Be a big deficiency for the eerenteea
national army divisions. Mora than
150,000 of the first Increment are etlll
to be assembled, bat It already Is
erraent tt there will be available
at tha alzteen cantonments quarter
for- aa additional regiment at each
peat aad at aome for a full brlaade
or two regimema.
The atrenath ef tha aew reirtinental
organisation Is 1.100 men. . With a
realm ent lacking at each eantbnmeat,
thla alone would mean a shortags at
nearly 10,000 men. Ia addition,
there baa been authertaed a eenarata
division of negro troopa, which mean
aeany io.ooo men withdrawn from
the erlalna! number assumed to the
: ;. Caoaa of Bnoatace.
The ahortae la due partially to the
necessity of taking out of tha national
army men to fill op national guard
division. Two complete army dlvi
elona ef senthera troop have been
absorbed In thla way. The remnants
of three other southern national arm I
ornsion win Be consolidated to form
a single division -unit and the surplus
ram mm outer eamos will na east
south te make up the mlsalng divisions.
uren en tn national army forces
must be made te fill' an the mitaa
personnel of the aviation aerrioe, the
medical . oorps- and the sereloe bat.
tallon needed behind the Ortitinr
line abroad. Btentnally there will be
210,000 men In the last named aery
toe alone, aad . aviation , and tha
meoiou semoe will take nearly as
many more though not. all of them
wfll be taken from the national
army. ...' -,; .,
Operaana to delay the nalHnv tmt
of the aeoond Increment to mak mnnA
these shortage are several factors.
Clothing and eauloment is eomlnr for.
ward only at a rate that can meet the
demands of the force already called
and the railway of the country have
been over-burdened with the Job of
merino the armv and its nAjaiH
without hindering freight f shipments
vim to vae anise. -
FlUng, the date of the call fotf tha
aeooad rnerement probably hlnree
ao BPoa the careful study being
- or uenerai urowaer- tn !
amewna ox me result of the plan
followed In assembling the men called
JMeay" i auestlons have arisen
whtoh It may be desired to avoid here.
"T -.eubetJtute regulation to
rviom ooia ipoai aia district boards,
prepared In the light t what actual
xperienee taught, may be issued to
vvwn ta eeoona can. .
BE1XBVILI.B. Hi.. Oct. 1I Har.
bert Wood and Leo Keana were found
guilty this afternoon of the murder of
Soott Clark, a negro who died as a
result of Injuries received In the re
cent race riots in East St. Louis, and
the penalty was fixed at fourteen years'
imprisonment, wood and Keane were
the first whit men te be tried on
charge growing out of the race riot
The Jury was out two houra Tan
negroes were found guilty last Sunday,
MJUOB FOOTBALL TEAMS
OF THE SOUTH WILL BE
SEEN IN ACTION TODAY
Indications of Early Season
Strength Will Be Avail
able From Results.
VANDY GOES WEST.
ATLANTA. Oa.. ftci. ll.MaW
football elevens ef the south renra.
anting virtually all of the larger In.
stltutlons that have continued the
sport thla year will be seen In action
tomorrow and Indications of early sea
son strength, critics point, will no
doubt be apparent from tho result of
the majority of the games. Auburn,
Florida aad Alabama open their ree
uiar season, wniie Georgia Tech. Van
BESl FOR; Lift
ueBi vvm were lounu fuuiT ia eunaay, I t.-hn, tTi 7Z. . m iv J, TV1
A VT Inaetarmlnaf. S,." 5?" t
asatenoea ef fourtesn year.
Witnesses for the stats testified that
Wood and Keane were arrested as they
were dragging Clark along the street
or a rope, wmcn
had been fastened
Keane la only seven.
ut his neck.
teen year old.
Next Monday three more white men
will be placed on trial aa charge
growing out of the riot
Assistant Attorney General Middle
kauf of Illinois, closing the argument
ta the trial of Wood and Keane had
asked the death penalty for Wood aad
a sever prison sentence for Keana
-ine reason the attorney general'
offloe la taking Dart In thla nroaeoa-
tloa," he said, "la that It ha gone be
yond the bound of thla oounty and
even wis state in lis importance."
The number of known dead in the
raoe riots at East Bt Lout on July S,
I forty-seven. The outbreak waa due
te the killing of a detective and
wounding of two policemen In an at
tempt to disperse a mob of nearoea.
The grand Jury reported that In reality
ue not were aue te agitator among
wanes ana negroes over tne imports-
fiouth Carolina, University of Missis
slppl, Tulane and Louisiana stats
teams will be In the second week of
meir respeouve schedules. .
VandsrbUtflushed from victory over
two opponents, will Invade the west
tomorrow In aa attempt to aocomp.
llsh against the University of Chicago,
what the south' did to the east last
weea wnen ueorgla Tech crushed the
Pennsylvania eleven by a score of sis
Transylvania of Kentnrkv
ed by the oommodores last week, will
meet Sewaaee at Chattanooga tomor
The Davidson college eleven of
iorui fjaroiina, aaid to be light but
fast comes to Atlanta tomorrow for
a game with Georgia Tech. Coach
Fetsefs eleven held the navy to a
creditably low score two week ago
and scored against the North Carolina
A. and E. in a game last Saturday
wmcn ins latter won, T to I.
Auourn-s first scheduled game of
the season will be played tomorrow
tne r-iainsmen meet Howard
They liven the liver and
bowels and straighten .
you right up.
Don't be bilious, constipat
ed, sicic, witn breath bad
and stomach sour.
EWORK WHILE YOU SLEEP J V:
Uonot HZ U7fTom"tber. atata. "M"
tor Industrial purposes.
MEET TODAY ON THE
south Carolina, victor lut nt
over Newberry college, will play the
ijiuvoreuy or norma at Gainesville.
?nJr. two o' year's men are with
we bouw Carolina eleven this season.
inougn reports have Indicated that
i.oacn roster has found much good
material among the new candidates.
Other games scheduled In the south
tomorrow include the Washington and
jee-nanuoipn Macon clash in Lexing
ton, and tha contest between Clemson
o uruian at ureenviiie, o. c,
(Continued from Page One.)
ed. and there was a constant iht
of a storm tonight though the weath
er maa cave a cheering forecast of
fair and cold. .There waa a winter nip
ta the air.- The members of the na
tional commission sent .word ahead
that the game would be played unless
It rained or snowed, or an unusual
cold wave prevented.
Boats tor Saturday's gam sold to
night at . a high premium. Fifteen
dollars- was paid for a boa seat and
110 waa the figure set by the specula
tors for a grandstand seat Late to
night a shivering line of fans gathered
at the gates Of the unrtumil (
Firea were lit and men wrapped them
elves la great coats and blankets.
ASKS RECEIVER FOR THE
FORMER FEDERAL LEAGUE
Fifteen f Continued from Page One. )
SECOND LIBERTY LOAN IS
STILL FAR SHORT OF (M
(Continued from Page One.)
Mordecal Brown Seeks to
Recover $8,000 Salary Al
leged Due Sim.
our convention and oounael with ,,. n
ways and means to attain this object
at the earliest possible moment."
The call Is signed by.vVn Anna
oward Shaw, honorary pres.'dent;
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, president.
ana in ronowing members rot the
uii . Mrs. waiter UcNab
niiBBoun; mra, (Stanley Me-
formica, or New Tni-lr? wi.. it!k..
w.g1n' of New. JnV: Mrs. Henry
"""" v 5,1"; UI vonneoiicut; Mrs.
Frank. J. Bhuler, of New York; Mrs.
Thomas Jefferson Smith, n .
tucltyi Mrs. Pattle Ruffner Jacobs, of
"'u"i "s. maua wood Park, of
Massachusetts; Mrs. Henrietta w.
LI verm ore and Miss Rose Toung, of
Tonight sure! Take Caecarets and
enjoy, tne nicest, - gentlest liver and
bowel cleansing you ever experienced.
Wake up with vour head c.Imj-
iuma.cn sweet, oreatn rignt and feel.
ing nne. uet na of - sick head.
ache, biliousness, constipation, furred
tongue, sour stomach, bad cold. .Clear
your vain, ongnten your eyes, quick
en your step and feel like doing a full
oars worn, vacareta are better than
salts, puis or calomel because they
uun buki ui uver or gripe the
bowels or cause Inconvenience all the
Mothers should give cross, sick,
billoua feverish children a whole Cm.
caret anytime as they can not Injur
the thirty feet ef tender bowels.
NEGRO GETS PRACTICE
FOR LIFE IN TRENCHES
viie ry ay i
Thia apaca donated by
Central Bank & Trust Co.,
. South Pack Squara.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Daa Campaign Among Sol-
dlcga at Camp aoksoq Brtngs tn
Prepares Himself to Fight Boscbes by
Ba-tUlng With His Own Wife.
tends in JaU.
... 1U" 10 nom la orove Park 1
like a certlflcate of deposit of a bank
.rw.jr wunn us race value plus In
terost. Phone 1681. Advt
maohlne , gun battalion, III. Three
Cuaerea ana tuxth engineer. 100.
ore hundred and alxth train head.
gnvnerw mua military poiioe, IL,
Chaplain William W. Morton, of Ox
ford, N. O.. baa reported for duty at
Oamp Jackson, , , .
buhaorlpUena to the Liberty loan
""Jo a4 Caa Jaekaea bow total
en application ot
oempuan this huge task it will bs nio!
NEW vrmir uvnin
an lunft. unr 11 u... I . . .... . i
lions ware aa'a C1' . "i league signen a peace agreement with
rty loan in" ik. ?iJF,'! Mt
reserve dlstHct nd.. among tne ciuoa or
dal lnaivitvVinH. -.XZJ: "nn- me National and American leagues.
fc-i'Jfi'S!!! n"? .coomPanyn Brown wants theses assets collated
and a receiver appointed for - them.
est for the da si I ""B,aenl weegnman. or tne cnieago
from the Pnlti a7i- m-'I:"""'"2 Nationals, wno owned the Chicago
Trust OOmnany . - inncuug or uu reonrai league, ana
CHICAGO, Oct 12. Seeklns- to
recover $1,000 alleged to be due him
In salary, Mordecal Brown, famous
three-fingered pitcher, has filed suit
in ths federal district court here for
the appointment of a reoelver of the
defunct Federal league.
Louis -T H.hnn pminwl fn. P.nv
said tonight that when the Federal PlAAAA.nt. A atnwell T14.n
LOa arrjAinnt wlfh - . vuu w o
Backbone of German Re
AN ATLANTIC PORT, Oot. 18 Af-
iri.; . President Ball of the Bt Louis Amer- tsr four ve..- .n-7 V- 1177. "tl
... ..laiauunn uii r ug in. m, ,1.. . . i l , ' T7 r"' ... vcmor w
LT.1" W "rty loan will io7,a nln " MZTrJ"ZJr2f
joe Merron. a vounr ntirn whn
cornea within the draft age, and who
m anticipating an early call into the
fighting forces Of hlS COUnfrv la an
advocate of that sterling principle of
vi.iwrnunoja, - .in time 01 peace, pre
psre for war." Yesterday Herron put
Into practice his principle, .and started
a yo'jng war within his own domicile
upposeaiy la order that he mlcht ha
familiar with methods of offensive, and
umsnauve oomoat. nerron was evi
dently unaware of the fact that the
laws of this city are such aa ta mab.
It unlawful for a male, rea-ardlesa nf
color, to engage In combat with a fe
male; also regardless of color. At -any
rate ho spent last nirht in the citv tall.
and, win explain to. Judge Glenn why
wisnea to mar tne facial, contour
oi dim wiie.
V. Dickey was arrested yesterday.
accused of the larceny of several, ar
ticles or grocery rrom the store of A.
E. Belk, of West Ashevllle. Dickey
will be given a hearing at police court
this morning. -
Judge Glenn yesterday morning sen-,
tenced James Woods, colored, to four
months' hard labor on the county
roads. Woods was arrested for taking
a suit of clothes from J. W. Johnston.
Jessie Fuller, the colored woman
who was arrested for having on hand
more liquor than the law allows, and
who also had enough cash to warrant
her admission to the plutocratic class,
was given twelve months In the
oounty Jail. She appealed and gave
bond for her appearance.
Ashevllle trooos at damn amt.
yesterday bought 117.300 worth of
Liberty bonds and so indicated their
firm Intention of flrhtina- the Ftnna
with eold steel and with good Ameri
can money, too. The cunmira i
still on among the boys and before the
ena comes there will be more ef tha
gooa bonds sold to the soldier. A
feature ot the day was a parade by
Company F and Company K. and the
appearance tne men made waa com
mented on with enthusiasm.
Company F subscribed to SS.S00
worth of Liberty bonds. Comnanv K
took I7..00 worth, and the men of
iroop H bought bonds to the extent
or m.ioo. All three of the organlza
tlons had committees at work that
were fully competent and they per
formed their full duty. For Company
r-, jonn jones, Tracy Vincent and
George Cook took the subscriptions
of their fellows. For Company K, B.
8. Koon did likewise. For Troop B,
Lieutenant McKlnley Prltchard, Ser
geant Mannish and R. D. Buekner of
ficiated. Practically every subscription se
cured from the members of Company
K, was lor 1100. .All the members of
Troop B subscribed. No figure' are
available as to what the hospital oorps
aia, out it is anown it nsa a very gooa
average. Matty- of the officers sub.
scribed to the extent of 1600 each.
The men displayed precisely the same
enthusiasm In furnishing the govern
ment some of the money required to
humble the kaiser a they did la en
listing la the service.
BASEBALL AS USUAL
AT CITIZEN TODAY
1 Insurance will help to f
Insurance will help to
build your house in case
of loss, but it won't save
HOME AND FAMILY
Fires claim thousands of
Uvea every year.'
Protect Your Wife and
Children With '
Buy Liberty Bond.
r BROWN B4RDWARE V
t58 PHQA8-4MT. i
-1 BRITISH Ef AOTION.
BRITISH FRONT IN FRANrW
AND BELGIUM, Oot ll. (By th
associatea frees.) Today dawn,
again saw the treat British war nW
chine est la action across the FlandeiVv
mad fields against the German poatl If
tion hortheast of Tprea. At an earlvM'
Gome WOl Bo Called at. otJlock
Bore 'Will Be Sbowa In Detali ta
WILL HOLD CONFERENCE
Will Plan to Increase the
Production of Hard Coal
I the densely populated East Bids today
iwutf-i dswisn soiaier in unl
farm rrom ins cantonment at Tan.
Ball was president of the
Federals. Officials of
' ' ' I .
ta pharmacist h goodly
irtue. rVeacrrptloria .that
repreaent aU the alriS and ex
perieneo of your physician
also require & alull and ez
perience of a competent and
Plryudang recognize nt at
J. S. Cktvene, RlK
Thone :3-5S7, '
Federal league club also are named
Brown deserted organized baseball
hank. N. T. Aided by a score ef bond L-5r,.wn J,Me orwlled baseball
aia.- .V.. .l-. : ", j "V . i ?r?" and signed a three-year contraot at a
who subscribed. It Twaaal. earaed flt- Loulf '"aerals. He subsequently
average wages or fll a week.
- SOLDTFR airrtiarmmTn
WAfiHETOTON, Oct. 11 The men
er me army nave suaserlbed 1 1, Til,.
00 to ths seosn; Liberty loan, reports
today to the adhitant-graerej'e emce
eshew. Th leading camps which thus
r have report d arei Camp Shelly,
attlesburg, Mlea., S0.0 Camp
r uiunvii, m ert n.ney, .JUM., ZI,O00j
Camp Kearney. Linda Vit raiif
$ll,000i Camp Upton. Taphaak, N.
released and tha leaa-na. it la
claimed, had to meet tha obllratlona
of hi contract.
Th suit was filed in Chlcaae at
this time, se summons could bs served
en a majority ef the defendants who
are attending the world's series.
Brown pitched for the Columbus
American association last season.
Ilf.lKSt ntnn ISaaJ. all
Md.. ttO.ISt. and Cams Rirvf. Sv4
""Hi. xeotas, f,ow. The Blgbth
S. 0. EDITOR IS NOW
GREENVILLE, a C. Oct. II "W.
P. Beard, editor ef The Scimitar, a
Illinois Infantry of Chicago has a regi. weekly newspaper published at Abbe-
mentaJ airhaHntlMt a 1 1 i 1 n a a
-- . -..m . B.T.
oral organisation have reported every
san as a subscriber.
POLITICS Ef CAMP.
WASHINGTON. Oct. it rM.
soldier la the national army training
cuwnminn wm not nave te forage
" vrimvKe oi auenams? neiitirai i
meetings this fall. Secretary R.b.,
aanouncea tonignt that be had ap
proved aa order by Majer-General J.
villa, 8. 0., which was recently barred
irem tne unitea states maua was ar
rested yesterday at Abbeville, by
deputy United States marshal, charged 4
waaaa TlUIOllUn an bi:l ses ITtJ II W raaH f k I i " - v iiapIViv Uiuuu
June 16, 1917. It was learned here to-'and later to his home in Savannah.
Kurope s colossal struggle, Pleasant A.
Stovaii. United States minister to
Switzerland, declared on his arrival
here today that the economic situation
m uermany is acute, and that he be
lieved the backbone of German resist
ance has been broken. Since the pub
lication of President Wilson's reply tp
jneaci s neaca nrnnniu in
which the president stated that 'the
United States Is warring upon the Ger
man government, and pot upon the
German people, the revulsion against
ths war. Mr. Stevall said, has been
spreading rapidly through Germany.
'The effect of this statement was
for a long time not noticeable." he as
serted, "but slowly and surely It in
sinking deeper and deeper Into the
German heart If left tn thatrmeivna
the German people would make peace
tomorrow. As It Is forces are at work
In Germany which -will eventually I
no man can safelv nredict how in
compel tne oerman government to
make peace with the world.
"There Is no doubt about tha eco
nomic straits in which Germany now
noas itseii. j iie situation is acute."
Mr. Stovall will go to Washington
to consult with government official
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12. Anthra
cite coal operators and dealers repre
senVng most of the country's produc
tion and distribution of hard coal will
confer with the fuel administration
here Tuesday' on the subject of In
creasing the output to meet this win
Although anthracite shipments the
first eight months of the year, reached
a total of 8,456,000 tons against 5,
790,00 for the same period In 1910
the expert say tne supply win not meet
The time, 3 o'clock. Ashevllle timet
the place, ra front of the offloe of The
Citizen on Government street: the girt.
anybody's girl that you can bring to
The Citizen's free show, for the Giant
and White Sox are back ta Chicago,
ready to look horns ever tha "rubber"
game of the aeries to date.
The game will be played a usual, la
the window. Th Citizen will show
each detail of the game, play by play,
an instant after It actually happens
on Comlskey field. Thla- Is made pos
si bis by an elaborate system ot tele
phone and telegraph wires, reaching
to the diamond where the game la la
Owing to the difference In time be
tween Ashevllle and Chicago, the
game, called at 2 o'clock In the Windy
City, starts at 2 o'clock here.
WHAT CAUSED MUTtfrT.
AMSTERDAM. Oct It. The first
evidence ot the recent mutiny in the
German fleet was an act of Insubordi
nation aboard a battleship whose- cap
tain was notorious as a bully, accord
ing to Information received here by
The Associated Press. A sick sailor,
refusing to obey the orders c his
superior officer, was brought before
the captain who placed him under
arrest On the following day a depu
tation of sailors demanded the release
of the delinquent who waa an elderly
resirvlst. When the captain asked
the meaning of this deputation, he re
ceived the answer that the sailors
had formed a council on the Russian
model, and this led to aa Investigation
which resulted in arrests and. the seis
ing of pamphlets, .
HEFLIX DENOUNCES "TRAITORS."
the demand. The dealers and opera
tors will name a committee to gather
data on the situation and later will
form a permanent organization to
work with the fuel admlnmlstratlon. PHn.ATOCT.prnr A Oct. II Rmn
Anthracite now is going in large sentatlve J. Thomas Heflln of Alabama
,uiii.iu i mm cu- .peaKing at a ooiumDus oay ceieora-
land and other parte of the country I tion bV the Knirhta of Columbus here
A true kill was returned recently bv
a leaerai gran a jury sitting at Green,
ville, charging that Beard "did unlaw
fully, wilfully and feloniously maka
and convey false statements while the
unitra mates was at war with the im.
Franklin Bell, commanding at Camp Pe,rtai German -government with the
Upton. N. T normlttln bohTE.1 int?nt t0 Interfere with the operations
gathsrtngs In camp under propei "ucc er tne United States
reflation and that the Zlfn-M Malhat hsr ensmlss." Two other
apply to all tha camn. . 7T- un wer wciuaea in tnis in.
sbS hrnd.tlen JtnJ. i Beerdra. later relied by a United
the - rim. w;k .,r.. I sut" .commissioner en bend In th
tha aa r...ZI"'"M .
, twi numiiir
wuwon darthm dtrahm dtrahmtdaraf
that are forced to lay In early stores.
Shipments to New England In the first
eight months of the year were greater
by 665,700 than during the same per-.
lod laat year. The northwest, how
ever, has not yet received an amount
equivalent to lost year's movement
but fuel administration officials believe
that the preference now given ship
ments to the lakes soon will remedy
this situation. .
FIGHT OR PIE.
or opportunity snail be . . a-i-ran
all political parties. It Is understood,
also that General Bell's Drohibltlsn
of disloyal utterances wiU apply gea
WASHINGTON, Oct - lt Fore
cast for North Carolina! Fair and
colder Saturday: Sunday fair ms.
tioued cold, 1
GOES TO JURY.
HARRISONBURG, Va., Oct 13.
The ease of Robert Monger, charged
with the killing of J.- Milton Hensley,
a neighboring farmer, last July, In a
quarrel over a boundary line, went to
the Jury here late tonl-ht rirrnii I
Judge Haaa adjourned court until I
1:30 o'clock tomorrow, when he wilir
receive the verdict if It Is reached by'
that time j - - -
f ii laa
LONDON. Oct 12 A dispatch
from the British headquarter to Reu
ters, Limited, says that a prisoner
from the Seventy-eecond German In
fantry reserve, in describing the dis
cipline of his corps, declared that be.
tonight declared that any man who is
oot now giving his whole-hearted sup
port to th commander-in-chief ef oir
armies aad navy is a traitor to hi
."It we arrest a maa on a street
corner for haranguing a crowd against
this country's participation in tb
war." said Mr. Heflln. "we ought to
arrest a member ot congress who does
the same thing on a larger scale and
causes the nation abroad to think
there Is dissension la the United
State." : , .
KAISER AT SOFIA.
tion hortheast of Yprea. ' At an
hour "the" attacklna foreea had
trated several hundred yards into the;1
front extending' from - a place 'hear
Houthoulst forest 'down below ;th
Tpres-Roulera railway and were' bat-'
tling aiopr the' Pasechen dale ridge
withis ahoiisand yards of , th oeater ,
of Passchendsae vtllagaV
The offensive started at Il3 ta the
morning. The condition of the ground
was appalling, but by 7:45 the report
cam back that everything waa gelne
well and th troopa over a wide sec
tion of th front had pushed forward
te a depth averagllng 100 yard or
CONFERENCES FLANNEIV ' .
RALEIGH. Oct It. Rsnrwea.it a.
tires of the United State department
of agriculture left Raleurh tonla-ht for
Columbia, 8. C. after havlas oo of erred
j vriua rauaiara oanaers ano OUSTS
interested In warehouses In - tha lint
of a series of conferences' Which will
be held throughout the south relative
to the warehouse act paae4 by con
gress at its recent session. , Tka
ond eenferenoe will be held at Colum
bia tomorrow Where aftarnaan ' u
nieht sessions will be haWi. .
Ia Raleigh tb proposition ef licen
sing cotton warehouses waa long eon
sidersd. In the party her were JA 8.
Murph, R. L. Nixon, C. Morrill and
A. H. Fast,-all of th department of
TO USE GERMAN 8TEAMZR4,
RIO JANEIRO, Oct 13-The Bra
allian government purposes to utilize
seized German steamer for th or-
Sanizatlon of International steamshiJU- '
nes. The vessels will fiy the BraX
silian flag and Will be used In the InJ
terest of Brazil and the allies. The
trews of the vessels will be made Up
Of Brazilians. - -
The realisation of thla project now
depends solely upon an understanding
between Brasll and the allies, -which
Brazil considers essential.
BUENOS AIRES, Oct 13. Count '
Karl von Luxburg, the former Ger
man minister to Argentina, arrived to-'
day at the detention . camp oa the Is- :
land of Martin Garcia. ;
Count von Luxburg, after having
been handed his passports, disappear 1
ed from Buenos Aires, but was found
early In tha week in the southern part
or tne province ot suenos Aires ans
TJTICA, N. Oct. 12.Jon Francis
Beck with, whose love letters have cos!
THE OVAL BUTTONHOLBj
2oc each arow poc .
,ksiTCD anwiT jot4,Mt ofiW tfetnuifc
AMSTERDAM. Oct 12. The Ger
man emperor arrived at Sofia, Bui-
fi-n rl a VAatMrdav. acordlna tA aidvlrae
iur wm io uaiiin itSini.uii ui- reaching Here, tie was accompanied
mander addressed his troops with the h,. prince Wilhelm and Foreign Sec re
warn Ing that any who held bad- i y von Kuehlmann The emperor
would be shot The only answer war . . received bv the klnr of Buiraria
general groaning, awelling into de-. m4 itll htm rode through decorated
various women in the United States
321.000, and who has four wivss is r
various parts of the country, has been '
sentenced by Federal Judge Ray t
fifteen years In the federal prison al '
Atlanta, and to pay a total fin ol '
316.004. Beckwlth has been la Jail
here since his arrest In Cleveland. Ha n
pie ad guilty yesterday to misuse ol t
rlalve slaughter, upon which the com-
maader rode away.
WILL GET COAL.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12. A delega,
tion of city council men from Fred
ericksburg, ' Va.. accompanied by
Senator 8wanson, were assured today
by 'the .fuel . administration that Im
mediate attention would be given to
the coal shortage In that, city, . Ar.
rangementr were made to ship one
thousand tons of coat a month's sup
ply, to Fredericksburg to be dis
tributed by th olty authorities. v
streets to a triumphal arch erected la
honor of the Imperial visitor.
Ths burgomaster of Sofia, according
to rutom. offered Emperor William
bread and salt
'I BOK8ALL RE-ELECTED. 4
PHtLADETJLPHIA. Oct- 12. Ed
ward H. Bonsai 1, of this city, was 're
elected president of the National
council of -the Brotherhood of 8)t
Andrew at its annual convention her
tonight It la th eighth consecutive
time Mr. Bon sail has bees chosen to
aoad tit eouaeil. . . - , ....
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