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TIFK ASHFATLLF! CITIZEN, THURSDAY, DECEMBEH 19, 1918.
A Few Suggestions
Gloves in Silk. Sueds, Chamoisette and
).P. 50c "$3.50
Waists in Crepe de Chine. Georgette,
Pussy Willow and other materials
SSf $2:00 to $16.50
OFFICERS FRUSTRATE ! HUNS DROPPED NOTES
JAIL DELIVERY PLANS! INSIDE. U. S. LINES
Hark . Puii
M urdorf r.
Hpaln Willi t'nut Isirgcj Tried In Vain Through I'ropagaiMta lo
is, Talking; lo Alleged, Urrah Morato of the Anwrlnn
CAPTAIN REEVES HAS
SERGEANT COOK IS.
GASSED IN ACTION
I'ornw-r C4Usen ' Kniploye Tclia of
;' Xirw; Hsoape- la Now . la llei
Sergeant O. C Cook, former em
ploye of The Citizen, and member
f the famous Thirtieth division, hna
been gassed In action, and Is now In
a hospital overseas. according to a
letter received by hi sister, Mr. V.
M. Felmet. Kergeant Cook telln of
feeing a comrade's head blown off
AND NOSE CLEAR
First dose of 'Tape's Cold
Compound" relieves all
Don't stay stuffed-up!
Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose
of "Paps'a Cold Compound" taken
very two hours until three doses are
taken will end grippe misery and
break up a severe cold either tu th
head, chest, body, or limbs.
It promptly opens clogged-up nos
trils and air pastages; stops nasty
discharge or nose, running; relieve
alck headache, dullness, feverlshneas,
sore throat, sneetlnfr, soreness and
"Pape'a Cold Compound" is th
quickest, surest relief known ano,
?osts only a few cents at drug stores.
It acta without assistance, tastes nice,
and causes no inconvenience. Don't
accept a subatHWa. Advt- i
during the battle, and of how a pice
of shrapnel penetrated hie own hel
met, allowing the gas fumes to seep
through, anil putting him In the hos
pital. He add however, that he la
rapidly recovering, and will be all
right hefnie long. The sergeant ha
many friends In Ashevlile. and a hi
letier was written after the signing
of the armlatlee, they ran le atuved
that he Is jife.
BIG IMPROVEMENT IS
MADE AT MAJESTIC
An Ashevilleaoldler hna aeut home
copy of a note dropped Inside the
Aniertran linns bv
Rerauae of faulty projection of pic
tures at the Majeettn theatre in the
pant, the management has had the
wirl-ng of that theatre overhauled and
has installed a generator for the pur
pose of chunging from alternating to
direct current on the picture ma
chine. This Will give the Majestic
theatre the same splendid projection
to be found at the Btrand and Oalax
theatres. The change was made at
this time in order to have perfect
nrnlectlon for the coming of "The
Birth of a Nation." wlfirh .wilt be
nil own at tiie Majestic next week.
Ofrirsrs connected with the sheriff's
department frustrated an alienist lit
jail delivery late Tuesday night wlitn
they took Into runtody John Hpaln, o(.
Haywood county. jut reltase-l from
Jail the day before, and found f iur
large hack saws held inde- 111 arm.
At the time of hln arrsit. Hiiatn wax
talking to Jerry ltl'.on, alleged
murderer, .and alten'lon waa at
l rooted bv his whlaaeied remark : "I
can't get a chane '
Hpaln had hei-n ,n on nn ln-
nlty warrant, and wen reeied
Tuesday on order of 'clerk Calhuv.
Ha returned to the Jill later in the
afternoon, atHtltig that he had left a
pair of shoea there, and nuked p-i
miMslon to secure them. Thlt, is
granted, but an oflli r u' com p.-n nil
Hpaln wan talking to Oallo.v who
Is charged with Hie murder i( a
young nian and woinnsi ne.ir Kiank
lln. Macon county, and .the officer
beard hun whisper "I rjn't get a
chance." They noticed that his 'elt
at tri was pressed clnae to ila side,
and Investigation showed four large
hack aaws held beneath the aim.
Kasle Itedrnon. also an inmate of
the Jail, stated yesterday thai Hpaln
had promised her that all the wnite
prisoners should be out by yesterday.
Hpaln waa in rested and locked up.
pending a hearing.
one oi me nmcera stated that he r, lo vt(U avhow" Y4a i1
saws would not have l.een'.'r any amx anvthltig, do vi.d You don't
one on the hare of the Jail t he i -, i i.. ),. o vnur lire for the ab-
nnen rads !Blriu., ming humanity.
.Vdioville Kurgcon HrturtM to lie
some l'rsMtkti of Mctlk'lue In Till
aa part of the effort to wn Ihe war
hy propaganda, before all effort!'
failed and the Huns were forced lo
sign the armistice Ai Judge of hu
man nature the Oermaii never mu le
a greater mistake than thinking that
they could cause dtxseneloTi in the
ranks of the man from the males h
scslterlng aentlmente u h aa the fol
lowing. Answers were mode to these
communications when the Americans
hrokc the Hindenhurg line and fought
tli-li way through the forests of Ar
gonne The nose follows
The better inrt of valor
"Are vou a brare man or u coward
"It take a brave man o ataml up
for his iirlnciples. Cowarila stand be
hind lenders and die, Imagining that'
by so doing they become heroes
"The moilve of an act Is It mea
sure f you think the war in hell
and that oo a a eltlxeii of the I'nitcd
States of America, have no business
to be lighting in Kjanre for Kngland
you me a coward IP slav with it.
"If you had the courage to fare
criticism, you would gel out and over
the top In no time, to a place where
there Ix some likelihood that you may
see home again.
"What business Is thia war In l'u
rope lo vou anyhow" VAdon'i want!
Captain Arthur K Keevi-s of Asbe
VUle. who wa cniMtoliMhitieil in the
tedh-Hl iin" of the I'nlted State"
army about six month ago. haa re
ceived hla luuionuhle ills, hurve and
returned lo Ashevlllo yeaterdity to re
sume the practice of medicine In
terrupted y the government's call
CaptS'ln Iteovea waa cnnimjanhijied
S.tout six jnonths ago and aent to
Camp (Ireenlesf. Kort Oglethorpe,
where ha completed 'lie course In
military suigery. graduating with
highest hmioia From Camp (Ireen
lesf. Captain Keeve aiwlgne l to
Canil Howie, row Worth. Texas, und !
from that camp received an as'.gs- j
ment oversea lth a aurgli-ai group.
Captain Keevea wua pnicilially on
the verge of Balling for ('ram e when
the ariiihUU-e was signM.. and the
group with which he was to have left
vtaa orderad (u remain in the ('tilted
Mfftm lie tvaa located at that time
. 4 II !,. I
lltl IdlllO V.IUIlt-, J tir ntM n ii . !
The Ashevlile ulth er remained at
that cami until duichaigcd, ami Im
mediately left for home, arriving lu re
loirs are of the hardeat
if ateel made.
LARGE DOCKET READY
FOR POLICE COURT
Ua.st night the police summoned
eight more citizens to S1ear In police
court today and explain why they ware
running their cars without the rear
About a dozen other cases are walt-
Llng for the court aesalon this morn
ing. B. F Dixon was released on
11.000 bond to answer a charge of op
erating a disorderly house and the
more serious charge of enticing a girl
under fourteen there for Immoral
(Purpose, hour other defendants are
charged with aiding and ahettlng in
the conduct of the house. Three col-
' ored men were arrested for alleged
rambling with cards.
COURT WILL HEAR
day that the court will hear the re-
port of the committee on revision of
rases on civil issue and summons
dockets at 10 o'clock" this, morning.
This cos&!Uo4 Vfezi appointed back
in October and has beail ready to re
port ' twice before, but ch time
something haa Intervened. The com
mittee will be expected to be present
thia morning at the hour statud I
I Official Local Weather j
V. S. Department of Agriculture.
IiO'al W cut her Data for Dec. 18, 1918.
Htate of weather at 8 a. m., clear.
State of weather at 8 p. m., partly
Relative humidity at . m., 95
Relative humidity at 12:30 p. m., 21
Relative humidity at S p. m., 22
Wind direction, af Al mVsoutheast.
Wind direction at g p. m., southeast.
Time of sunrise. 7:36 a. m.
Time nf sunset, 5:18 p. in.
Local Temperature) Data.
Around the Gift Table
Every Christmas there's always one present that stands out
If you want your Gift to have the place of honor, get
Asheville Power & Light Co.
Salesroom 102 Patton Ave.
8 a.m 30
9 a.m. ...... 30 4
10 a.m 34 i
11 a.m 44 6
12 noon . .... .48 7
1 p.m: 52 8
2 p.m 82
Highest, B4; one year ago, 41.
Towest. 30: one year ago, 14.
Absolute maximum, 70 tn 1R08
Absolute -minimum, 14 In 1817.
Average temperature today, 42.
IxK-al Precipitation Tints, for Month.
Normal. 7.06 inches.
Greatest amount. 6.51 In 1914.
Least amount, 0 804in 1803
For laat 24 hours ending at 8 p. m..
Telegraphic Reports of Teniperiuures
for Today. -
Station: 8 p.m. Max.
"If vou believe In humanity und
thai life Is precious, wive your own
life and dedicate It to the servlr nf
your own country ami the woman who
deserves It of you.
"Lots of you fellows are staying
with., It bevause top are too cowardly
tn'-protewt.- la awtert your own wills.
Your "wlllsare the best ludge of
what Is beat for you to do Vou know
best what is the rlejhl thing, to do. Do
It and save your llft'y Uermany never
did any harm to you All . the news
paper tales of wrong were printed to
Inflame you to the fighting pitch, they
were lies. Vou know you can't be-
1 lleve what vou read In the papers.
If vou stay w-Hh the outnt. ten
Leeiancts to one. all you will get out of
i . .,. , . , , id i.- -
11 Will De a limwmuire Ml
Japaiieec Trays We arc do-lng out
our' stork or iraa and make a aw-
count of 29 on them. J. U. Iw, 21
MAJOR liOlTRSIE MAD 4PlEl-RIsV-
In a letter to hla parents. Mr. and
Mrs. I.ouls M. Baarne. Major Milton
Bourne wrote, about November 20.
that he waa in , a hospital at Vichy
sufflerlng from an attack of pleurisy.
.Major Bourne was given command of
a battalion of marines tnree aays oe
fore he was foroad to enter tha hos
1 JOTTERS FROM PARKrJR BOYS.
'.' letters have ?fn received by
Mr. and Mrs. C'jiarleB N. barker, of 8:
starnes avenue. v frdni their aona.
private Jdhii IX Parker, 6th battalion,
French artillery, and Sergt. Keuneth
I). Parkar, 80th division, 116th ma
hin'iriin hattallon. Both boys state
What they are well and are enjoying
a rest irqm ngnung.
LIBERTY BONDS SHOULD
NOT BE GIVENJO CHARITY
Should Not Be Asked Save
As Endowment, Sec.
Bear a Reduction of From 15 to 50
In Our Great Holiday Sale -
The Shop for the Women Who Know
ket has a tendency to depress the
price. This. Mr. (Haas said, makes
It more dlttlcull for the government
to obtain the money it needs upon
DlllS PKKSKNTS CltKDl'MTI I.S,
WASHINGTON. Dec. II - Hecre
trv of the Treasury (Haas in u state
ment tonlht requested charitable or-1 .
gantzatlnn seeking funds by public
subscription to refrain from making
any suggestion to the public that they
will acceut Liberty bonds or war
savings stamps unless they intend i to"hi ktn
UIB ll1M- BUI Ul " " " " -
funds to be held for permanent In
vestment. Mr. tllusa said that In appealing frr
Liberty bonds gtid war savings
stamps the organizations seemed to
overlook the fact that ao long aa the
rnvernment must sell additional se
curities the taking of bonds of
previous Issues by charitable or
ganisations and the subsequent re
sale of such bonds on the open mar-
LON'DON. Ic 4IH - -John W. Oavla,
the new American anihuaiidir to
licit liritaln. today presented his ere-
drntliils to King licorge at liucklftg
hsiu palace. , Mr, lJay!s wis. accom
panied to (he palace Ty Naval
tache Lnughlln and ' Military
tache Wright und the two first aerre
tarlea of embassy.
The amihakaadvr and his" staff drove
from the embaasy to the palace In
royal carriages sent by King tJeorge.
The ambassador was attended by Hlr
Arthur Walsh, master of ceremonies
g. A lsrgs orowd which had
assembled outside the ambassador's
residence enthusiastically cheered Mr.
At the palace, Arthur J. Balfour,
foreign secretary, Introduced Mr.
iHtvte and the members of his suite to
King Oenrge, who cordially received
them. The audience lasted half an
hour, whin the Americana wera driv
en buck to Mr. Iavbi' residence In the
royal carriages- ' ' I
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Croup, Colds, Eta
For the treatment 'of croup; eolda
and pneumonia, rub Brame'a Vapa
inentha Salve into th chest, throat,
under the arms and between th
shoulders, then saturate a flannel
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the body aa hot as you caa bear. For
colds, coughs; bronchitis, sora throat,
jhH . a little of drama's .'Vapomentha
AttUP each v nostril night and morning,
At-Tgivea instant relief. -Hrajue'S Is 'pre
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Order now. don't
11.60 slses.' If 'your dealer cannot
supply you will be sent, postpaid, on
racelpt of price, by Brama alsdlolna
Co., North WIlKesboro, N. C advt.
The - government ot Peru has stl- ,
thorlsed the construction of a rail
road from the present most easterly
terminus In that country to the heaif
of navigation on the Amasoo river.
Experiments are being triad In RngK
land with the us of granulated glass
as a preaervatlvs for wood surfaces.
Augusta . . . , 46
Boston . -. .. 30
Charleston V 44
Charlotte i 44
Cincinnati . . X 4
New Orleans 64
New York 40
San Francisco 52
Seattle .;. 44
St. Louis , 52
Washington - 88
W. I?iIiE RECOVERS.
Friends f O. W. Ingle, of 85 Swan
nanoa avenue. West Ashevlile, will tut
glad to know that Mr. Ingle has ao far
recovered fipm ah attack of pneu
rannu that he Is considered to be
entirely out of danger.
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bon'Wrfeht, charged with attacking
an-d murdering Mtaa Rosa Farmer in
the mountains near hera on November
10, was Indicted by a grand jury at
Rustburg today and the trial In the
circuit court Immediately begun. Al
though a large crowd was present
there waa no demonstration against
th m-lsoner. Six witnesses were ex
amined by the prosecution today. It
Sn January 4th, 11, the under
signed will begin the publication of
a four-page weekly newspaper of the
foregoing title. Tn making this an
nouncement, he wishes distinctly to
disavow the belief In the existence of
any demand whatever for auch a pub
lication. The venture Is voluntary,
not "to' say the gratuitous act of the
adventurer, and 1 motived mainly
by his strong desire to secure an un
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with the largost possible number of
1 hla fellow-citizen. - To this, end, the
t subscription price ' Is fixed at the
nominal rate of fifty cents a year,
three years for $1.26. .
The paper will have its editorial
offices at'Raleigti and Albemarle, N.
C, and Its publlc.atio'n office at Albe
marie, uesigned. for general - ' State
circulation, it will carry no matter of
exclusively local interest.
The Raleigh otlioe will be In charge
of the undersigned during the whole
o the approaching session of the Ieg-
la thought likely that the case
go to the jury tomorrow night.
will f Mature and.
Now IA the Hna of railroad equip-
ment ara dump cars that are unload
ed by pneumatic control from the lo-
n tending to give the
closest posaihte attention to the pub-
f the State, he purpotfes
to maintain his headquarters in
Raleigh at all times.. Thto -policy.
comotlve hauling them, it being poasl-1 however, is subject to the exception,
ble to dump an sntlr. train at once, j ,nat he w gUv lft Washington dur
! . l i . -'-. j- -L' j inir the ke'veral sessions of the Slxtv.
j sixth Congress. We sre clearly 'upon
j the threshold of the most pregnant
period in thfe whole history of Ameri
can politics, and. whatever it may be
j worth to his readers, the undersigned
will undertake to interpret the un
f elding developments from the beat
possible vantage-point. His entire
time will be devoted to this work, and
the Weekly will carry all his editorial
correspondence., bth from Raleigh
and Washington. , '
In lieu of the customary declaration
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