GAPE .CAFE FEAK NEWS greets orf and ks your euppoH. Advertise in CAPE FEAK NEWS and' help us grow. " VOlr 1. -NO. 1. FAYKTIEYILLE. N. C, THL!liDAV..NOVEMUEl IS, IU1." M'lUCK. $-1.00 IFU YEAR I- 1 i it T T rIliTT LI I I U III i U I I I III If III I lif j industries whu-h will. pr id work I ' TflDO l70D'Wr,Mtf"r ',:' -ho ar ),S"'J "f a i II 111 Pi 111 II 1 V I j 1 Uui 'th:e factories f,.r the uiM-m-i iPVlU ' V 1 11 A JUl I cloved wii! "have to f0n.t.n rlo.w I Arthur Dean Speaks at Mayors Conference of Unemployed. CA.HAUNESSPICAK , o-uperauon i t ans vutn in!f!)a!i:; State- Jo eminent in Uun ninjf PuJ.tir . Employment Office is I'rjred. Aihitriy, N. V., Nov. Ji - ton.of citits with tht f-iaU' it'-u-rn-mrnt in runnii.sr uul In- rmtfluytntr.t ffi urire-t hi re t!ay -tf..re the Myi)ra' Cuiiftrom in l.'nnpl..; ment't.y ChiirlfS U. Bar !,t s '.!:r..-; -t.jr of the. New Yurk S!a!i- liurvi-. ' f r'mpUiyfmvnt. He sai.i, in pari "It i dt-i rahle frin )-wrai sta'titi poinU Ihat eai.h .'ity hoilj hint- s lirwt flnamiiil itit.rtft in tiw S!jt J'tihjic Employmt'iit Bur. nu vstiibli-i-h-4 with iit it limits W h r th ci.ty puy f.r ev.n a maJi part tif the i.-f-fire'ii up k j., it i more lively t--t feel a proprtary inter.wt in it. Thi will lead to n mure careful ru.tmtr of the workings f hte olfioe un.i to it mor extemie.1 uw an.) up huiljinir. "In th citiin i.f' Milwaukee bikI Cleveland the "u-oerritiuri (f the city and 8tat hau heen vefVy "mn'i'e.f ui. The Milwaukee urhre la .m.te.1 as one tf tha hest in the count ry I'urinR the year 1913 there wan Kptnt for its tip keep and running, in round Hum Item, 7,000. The r eity eontributed J2.700 cf thia, while the State'a cun trtbution waa $4,300, "I would auirrent tu memheru nf the conference of mayora xhat each one of their citiea urre uMn the State ita duty of estahlirhinf; a branch of fice in that city, provided the city waa willing to ro-uperate in a g:nan-' rial way I have worked nut. the practical detail of such a methiHl o "jo-ofieratton,, and will furnish these !elail-rirv full to anyone imcretitwl .It i. enough u say here in general ; that urid.-r tli scheme thii ity wouM j,ay a little ley 'than ot.v-DiVi v the ci. St. Thin i a murh -Miiai.'er propt.r- ' Hon than that ( ni l b the '. ity -ti Mirwiiukee. "It Wt.Sll'l i-O".! .' Sllt.V f. . vleirintr :n nt,..,c- t.. a;':..' fhe 'plunt'- fir r.i:,nsn;'- : f'lihl ifuluie the rt j.':.:. tlx' '"mail, y, h felt v'cly s.n s... "t':.t tty I. . . ."'.a-. ,-e:!. Sb.-pe.i-KiOj' or. latfai', ,ir verj i.p itustria! revoiute.ii and tt.i b.niia,! iiW has ts-eri more or less iui;Uvted.' W have learned how to ertranue everything in the making of a ma,te rtalt product, but through this oriran ivj.:a.n we have more or less forgot ten the man. "The solution which t offer may b radical. It em to be there are two olutkina; first, either the control and Mfuk.tk.ri froni tha standpoint of production of manufacturing Inter ati-i latut .V .,.;rvi. bi-b't,. be.,! lufi j" , urw?,!1..,!t. ' Ks,v w, tak.'c ' ' i .lei.Uai. . V t ,,, r .M mi .fbt , u.,.,n -! '.AO I A C A A 1)1 1 A I h "' .x-I't.tmer re'-!,ed. ' cleai.it.c fa the State--",-...!. ,t a.a.idj : U;, - : Vl ... r i, r : . i ..t , N.. I '.' h.nuiy ..--,,, Ull. ,!,.,.,,-. ,i" .(,..' .!",..,:, r.::, !' " - . I "I ,,, s.,,o' th-.t the Jiberak .. -.-"aii, "" :,, .. .. ,: -..' : I . ,- ... . . .. .. b;.. 1 1- i-e w.-dd ':,..- v., Mr.- r, .,.,,. : i i i . V.iiiie I'll -on V'-nit , I'M. I. .... , . .-?'..'. ,X i -. . ... . ....... i , .- ... , .. I....' in ii.e acid. . hoi- H .. .,,.,. -.r ,u th- Ib..j . 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Fishtin CoiuiitMm ;;:;f N;-r,:; :;:":;:-.(' . , M""s ux "ONT there l. that I i ii.nj 'Sht'lled 1V ItaHUIIS Iboi-e .a "otter titled and II. kc,'p."h:;. y.- N.,v ;.: V, .,,., , . , " r:! ' ' '"' 'V :h'' "'..:. "'" -K' ( , '' V , V , '? , ' ' 1 , ' ,,f "The h,,t a ...at.',-.,,' fee 'he Stale . ' ' ' -' a,: i, , he ,:v ::,t V t- the l.-alen t ' of ! ( , ' V - C V- " "l ' , , ' "' "i!" 0 "! 'V"' !' '' f"' '''''' '' ' ':' ' ' ' '"""I" 'hi:f' "' ,i, tne m.,7..,- ,.' pen f:.,,- acl .en- 1 s,:..:,,-.' S, 17 l.eta,- ,.! 'M. the 1 ".-'' States " ,,....,,, ,,.tj f .. .S.. ..,. ." " "V v;' "' ' ' '"" ' ' !' " !" '''.: . e.- " ,, ' -cho il-- The .eend i- a' -, .. S' tte ! fT.r, ,:,.-ei -piedmont ia-t Thurs- .-.;" t -- : S.--'' - '.. ' ',. . ' -;' "'""' ' ' '". - I ' ." ". V ":''r :-' -'.' 1 " Mar- prelibn. in tindiMr m..,.s' f,-T.rc,.l j A l,'i: ried .... the Wr, of the SorblUW Ami 111 j 'A ' I'T--, M' H ., s :,.: MS,,'. " " - "-; ...v - ..e.n.an troop, r a .jot. tw t' .na .. Pien,..t to th.. p.-rt Desperate S t raiirh t s ! ih " .7 : ' . -'T V1" K - -' ;. '';;:;" "':rZ''L . "1 he State ..i New Y.o'k i.a- tr,,a "i he . Pan- nt . ) ', r- a- b-.i ;- within , , . . ' ' "! f" ' " r""-" ;' i J " -Oi . .ir- an-auspicious beciiininit if the esta!- ' i. a--I -.. t... '" - : l-c,!e:u-ati'h I .... ,.i', (7 The ' N !( ... -,,;, m,,, m,r,:' ' ' "-- ,n:r - "' " r- h : .f u iuV .V 7 lishihent of s.hools far . ,i'.i;ei;a'i u. .c:d t h' cw si,,.-Is for ,.t an hotir. atrii;. . .".n.icr i.ienera! I'uvtik, is mv ;.,.in" .,, .rt f ti ei'i ' r'n wii - .se : "' ' -.V ' ' '" "" " ' ,',';'', struction. hut it-ii o-,iv a lei-iitn !tVari,.t. -b-Me batlen... repKc.t' , ,,, m..-. de.,e.:e stra.ithts at -'.! . n l,, ,,-,', n' M:1X 1 ";'" ' ' ' "-- ..:"' !": j'" 1'.", "... ".. -iv ,;.'4. . fr, rt of and far more tt, . be .!..,- tf w, t!. .:'..". i a t.-nnai, - :" Pt.i a ,!;i , ,;r.d . - .Lie !,, ,.r- ... '. ! v , a,.o ,.l,, ....... ,(i .''- : ' "h;': " ':--- i . r,e . ' . .' ; ' - ' '" tr " ..ft,k.TO4 tra.ne I b . . f .A.-ik-is !",,! tw.i.e' tried ;.. approach the Pie- ie", - fata . " ' :','h(l .,r',r.t.l, .,'.u t""m:! "t:,:,'nu'"J ;"!'!:r' . ;' ' "7 ' V ' " ' T, (" "Hut tin- ij'aH.r,' -.i l.i:h ill:, .a-- j n-.,,t .u; I launih a ty.rpe.!.-, bal ' was . Th V .'M tia- ,et niai. in-.h-i V.H.. h j ' 't '..'.J.' lit ,.,r.";.f m'..h -.Tf'tv .- '. ' ' " - '"""'' ' ''" " ';' '' !" ' V' 'i' "' ' .t n'' .11.' ...i i ,o to., .a' .a ,. , ' ,,,,:",. . . ' a .......I thr,."i;;i .'-'!i.w' 'v '" V:,e, ,f '-,' - J'",. "! '' - '- ,:'"'.'-'i' ' :i hl" ; ''' '"'' , ;"' :'''"'" ,; " ." ".- a -a rv- .... l- ! t ! "" ', - '"!:-; .,.'.-:.,: !..-'t-a.t..-n i-ai!-: ' j h..s ':,'.., : . , W 1 . ai;-. e.-', .: -i - 'l . - . ' : ' '"',r ' ' ""' -''" ' '" ' :' - , - - "-',. feel -u-.i.i.Ij .ha- th,-.' ..n. M.,-t''" ,.:i. ,'-..- i '-:::-.:t :...-. : was etn .',..,.';,.. i- ffr-k- -t..v: ; :,...,,,,., : .. .'....'- ...,,..,.,....'"'' '' "' " N :. 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' i' ' - ' - i"!' thst 41 ''IIau'1 possible to I havp n eT 8'JPIi!- "uf products; or. NwonJ, the establishment of 5'rV.- 1 I t with actual industrial ne4d9 ;id noli i j uoiifvni themselves with . unskilled i jwotk which siinoSy keeps 'thes. ft-!- j j !.ws bj'jfy making br-K-ivis, rsif rut:- i land t.rushe... 'Hie State .must n;r- j 1 ! w serve' t.s -a di-triletrlpf' iit..nf y j fr human material "Put. Of CUla-.e, m.'t ? Vtl.i' i 'V;. le di iiiijr anal -taut f jliji t. The y iu.rt ? is the -tt,U.4metU of voca - c -h.W f. r the miriM- if j jW.p.'. f l-.tul f..i ra--i Cil.zci fr.ofe, ;"!a't vJs... .t.k i to -: rnt n " .it.:p '1 ho itvii- r i..-.e - arv tind jobs foi ; how to i IJooker Wa.shins:ton liurted Yesterday IT. --The .ut Hui.ii T U'tt.sh;i;rton, wh.i r nii h"tT t'iay main- Wtrc 1- i M?rt th.Kn1 .-.!r flttt'ti.i.'d the f .jriera.!. . but on' could. Vet' into th 25,..V- of he buii-lir.r where the furu-ral wa hcj.l. Kxpresioni uf i-yrnoathy were read and ieleif rami: were received from a!l parti, of the .ountry( from white and b'rtck alike, "testifying to the high reyard in whii,h Wanhinirton. the jrreat ttejeru educator, was held Old plantAtion sorisrs were uistj and paioattesi which he lovel read. (room Forty; nride. Nineteen Wiirnit.Klon. Del , No'-' lT.-.--M ollie, why became famou' ont ac count of her being arrested ' and jtlaced in a cell at the order of hel niuther, who charired that nhe was in curraable, was married today to a Mr. Pavia. who i 40 years" of ape. The bride in .only 19.. Itavm secure-l a divorce from his wife yesterday. KK.Ml KRFRH Ef:HI I. (.( ol the He Men t harmed With Bomb t onspiracy New York, Nov. 17 When the iaie of the fne men in.lkle.i here in tie aliened tierman lmb conspiracy mas tullisl in the Keleral Itistnct ('..lit' ye.s!er!a. derriiirrerrt were en t 'lid in behalf of two of the" defend ant , Robert Fay and Walter S.h,itlv The dimiirrers allege "that t.he in. lid n.enl aaiitKt' these men -is iP.siiiV. " New Item. N- N..v. 17.-. r ire Tuesday mtrht Cempb-te'.y destroyed the Norfolk Ssthern Railroad shops here .The loss ts pLv. ed at Jt,000. The.' tire at on lime threatened the entii-e northern .-end of the city and the union stat.on and (rtrht ware houses. The plant covered almost a city block and with it two locomotives and several cars also were turned. . -tnt . HOIJISK WLIlDIISlt j W set of p.ditciaa.s here .11 i,-e the f'-rrlu- iroed ...f society? .1, hr, Ha! j t.iasta. an,. d.nimercial int.re.-ts..a.f I foiir.sil f..i R..i.e.rt Kietii., M . . j President- to lake a ban I iti deposing ienVfr answered this -ui.-st i,..-,. i e-. jt.re.s'e art faith; a! tXhini. The u.-ie- ' llivit'inn and Fn-eilH.rt '-Hr..mh.".st. is F.vpecled it Will Take Place jthe House leader, I -. j r ihc better' post- i . ' --atioi. :..rkJ Mr. em .efhs-not to triva ni"'' the . ther uii !er nidi, tment , .)! m-" l).",.in.. ' members f both "!..-.:,:- aKi'i-f -"P " " .-'rat'cle ai'i.aisr- the ncdkic ii s in ll'e line Uoom liurmu . l ii'oti'L1 nivntv t v - .. . . 1 . , "'' i t.-i ..i, '...ei-r.-rs. ,.ut st.'., i or. the ;acai-!-t ar-y f.-bt air.i.nt .the I'o: j J I J" 1 1 1 . V 1 1 l'.'ll 1 1 Ki '- 1 '"--'iHia. w,, t.iik( an iV.-i-V 'i t e:.v ei.te're.i ..t ill. ' tUiristmas Holidays. " 'leader; i.s it is -. ne-e -.n,.th-- V- i . .'., . ; pa: in the .-.Viti. n' T.V thin r , ,l S .11, 1 " ' ! . - , I- . I , MMAt-irtKV i'lslKiiUit r;ne,,vthcSwc',:h.e...tad..,it.un"hia,v c ; l.Vl.m..t:vc. ant ; : .'" !' " " J ' , '"' i ' '" . IP.--. s:... 1. P .. ' -..',-. P. - -. - .H:, .. a ""''" "" -'-: "' !" - lEIGHTY-FIVE LIVES LOST When the A'ndlta Struck! 'line in the Uritish .'' Canal - ; - . . ..',.. j KS ' f T K I JO AT SUNK I " ilaii .n JLJswrd 13 0li'.- is and About 172 Men Nearly' 3M) ol' tf'.ee Were itescued ' bv la(n.l Boat.v, ., .. 17. V. n i be A. L-hty i..-.t l t): jut' unr.n i, ;. i t Is h Mi il.e r.-f Another tht A rs.t- ii' i . :ili. l-y ;ir:o'.h.-r tui.'j.i, ".' had on board 14 otfi- ! The An-rbr cer :ir. 1 a'-'-tit tcialiy a'.i: .ui' '.hi. were re '.'72 nii'M, but it is 'of-e-l that "neatly .!i;0 of uei by ptitrid b;jt. The An Ilia' is tha-sbij that curried Kinyt Cieore across the Channel on hi viJ.it to France. It. rep-rttt-i . that 'the Andlia wa t.i..'.im I, but it is officially an n.atiiced that it was sunk by mines ..W'.-d by the (irrmuns (.(lllli AH i IIAKt.KS KKtoHl. i VBISHT V , Wa-bitii-.n, Nov. 17. President Wilson and hi.s cabinet yeiter-lay-dia-I'us.si"! the, charges made by Pr. Joe." (Joricat, former Austio?IlanRarian consul atSan Francisco, that many ustro Hungarian consAiln in thi. country are implicated in plots. to in cite strikes and destroy munfions fac tories. . It is understood that thia wgs th chief .subject of the cabinet nwt in. " Atturrey tlenuraj Gregory told the; 1'ro.iiitieri t thiit .itin lnu- M r not ' .sufficient to enable the government to cesafully prosecute violators of the neutrality laws and those jruilty of in terfering with American industries SuRifestrtd amendments to the Sherman anti-trust law,' which would permit - uch piY-svui,i,n, were sul.mittmi 1 to he .alrinet ar. i di.scussil. Italian Steamer Uarmida (Joes Down S.rw, Nov. 17 --Th Italian s'tei cr Harmaia, 2t"52 tons burden, was sunk today by a German, submarine It i reported that all on board war lost. 'f'-" "- " " - ' I - ' . " .-." P. a; :!;:,-w, ,,,:., -...r ..un - r, will, h apiH-ared upon tne scope. , munitions. hae .been prescrxet t.ar a . . , , . ,. ' P - i , , ti -t.tp aiai. were- hciPir .ci te.r.ai i r-v-i---.,- lonenstVe ,i ' ' ! ! Pope Will Renounce j j Teznporal I Vver I LoVovh. N. i is j .fee Pope w i;i rer.ajp. e r J rV-w a-r mill the a,s.-e,a r&! (www is the right th Papal S'."U4- mi ,iu. i" fht" 11 n -lldKaUleshipsOii Way ff ''toXortli'S i'-r i't n : 1 ...r !-c" i ib,.iwi ,-.1 i!iut:-ni ; :' itlt'l i . . !t : - way I- in rai- u.rinK at Ki'gianJ: . arc : a. -t i I ;fkm.n thk oiri.oMAiK i.'V t jo'.;rK; rra-i, ;ov. bo r.-ctr.1 thr.oiuh . the '--"-, ! Ir, iii j State-i I a tnt l!a! says- "It is iiivi v. in 'iiol...niat til! j!k 10 ics in the Jlal iave tht; upper- !k't.-: The t; hand J-r roiii.. every whenXand 'the arnbassa- ivf the F.nteritex po-A'e'rs are frur- d by (it-rmar. c-ftsjiloyes. many i! wiiom, undoubtedly are pies. Vifr-i man is the diplomat! in all tin Balkan c&pituU. T'oreifcrn tiotnat wh., calfNat the Amcncj mebasy at Bu. hare..tare politely a.'-ked -by theJnate secre tary of Mirn.-ter Vopicks to ad iressH tins neiit'eiiian in . (lernian. aii he does not speak French. The minit--ter of the United States, like his con fidential Kecretary, is a. C'zech, but he tises the. German lanpuajre in his conferences with the. i epresentatives of other nations," l'resident Will Not j - Make Fight on Kitchin Washington, Nov. 17 it - mi will not countenance a titrht on Represen tative Claud .Kitchin, ' who is floor lender of the House of Representa tives. Mr... Wilson takt the posi tion that ' Representative Kitchin is actuated by cons. eious scruples. Mr. Kitchin opposes President- Wilson's eparediie.-.s. policy, but he admits j that- -th.; l'resident will win in his ftijrht for a greater navy ai.-l arniy. One set of p.ditciaa.s here ,n itu the President- to lake a ban I in deposing The Weather For Friday Colder! ' Washington, Nov. 17. fte weath' er for North Carolina Fair Thursday, Friday colder; Saturday rain in exr t rem wst. Wue f eparedtiess, policy, but he admits '.-!- a- ,1 that Hi... l'resident wili win in his '.'".si oe a neipies invalid .r idiot I f..- I ' :i it- i President lias Asked Sentence lie Commuted - :....t cr ret pest. spry. U I " .IN l N J - " UMA.N siii.itit i:.s : I.UMSJ AS ; -- T.' ,-.Ul; e.i in tne Ja -a": !,.- !.-.; . t " ,1; I ' sic-i :n p.is-:n i: .-it of th : ' . .. ! a ! no . ) . ! ' . ,i t vo Ut-i several iritt th- r! mi y. th. p--.rtr.tv prisen waiN. hiot -y they !':'.rm' r. and they arlil ; h.'!p; then ' burprL,! Claim -lot r heir r:'.i?r..;td ; I ma etaf.am trfau- '.. vU'tit ni.i.'s fr-.rr, t!-ati;-;.-rtation to they beared the i th.-.t they had I i-t ? th. y ind'iee. ;t a mall 'Vil'ae to. ive 'tbi'jri Lin, but wh.-rt ; ' : a;.-i. theynit't land'-tMrm i.tr.ur who : 1 i "iot'-i'd their uno!di. riy behavior and . Serb j Iwi'iiiDf Hiispi.-ious. Futdinis thefn-j tn,u I -..'1 . s coi m red they tried to jump m !;.- fast moving train, bo they ae.i- j.'raf.tCii. ati.t tioun.f by. the con luct.ir ami brukenien. . After three iy.-' freclom iq the (fiiite of Ger man heroes they were returned to the prison and put in solitary confine ment for' six months. French and-Eniriish War Board Meet Tan . Nov. IT 'The - lirrt joint Knjrli.-:h ahd-vt"reni h war -beard met "ti.-re today and. it is ' underat'outl that the situation in the iaikins wan din i-.l e.1. Bauinrer Answers QuestionNYes. t hivttKo, lib, Nov. 17. -The- little Ilailei.ger baby passed away today. In ! s than a week the little ihi'd filled .t: mission and passed into eternity . hand EnjjlisK Steamer Sunk By German Submarine Li.mlon, Nov. 17. An Kpirlish oil steamer. 1.016 tons, was sunk today by a German submarine. No loss of life is mentioned. f its father. . ,.hn Hal- fhls eper.s tile .j.jesti .11 thai ,s a I T" . i TT " ,rtiy. otu-i ABANDONED ALL EFFORTS "To Force Greece Into Wajii i!;e Side hf the Miles FRKM U AP0LJ('JZK i ; juh unit ,'reck I r.w.jss JJav Serbian 'bs-! ed . ur t H.,rtf, r. Accitfdlnu f; Word From Saloniki. ' Nt tiatlona agreement ar ' . or, T.he ,: pi n Affjetlfc. ncc 1 ;ie Atiien rdiiiu f The St-.'Tf! 'otiartens .' t.-rn'i i e i t. states that iica-e that 1 Cermarif . (,re. iin. No'. The p.;fiia of ibm an the Teutonu- farces c.,n- v i?oroua!y, the war , ofcc an '.ounc.J ye.sterday. Ore thuuaan4 more Serbians and fo niacbiue (run and three cannons were taken Monday.' French attacks in an attempt to r. capture trenc.hes at tVrurie were r poised. Vienrii., Nov. 17 -French and tireek troops have cla.shei near the Serbia border, according to word from Sa ioniki: French troops tried to oc cupy a tireek ammunition tower, but were repelled by the tireeks. . Th French military authorities' after wards apologized, deciariiijr that a miftake had Iwen made. . Athens, Nov. 17.---Former Premier Venizelou has abandoned his effort to force Greece jnto the war, on th side cf the ailiea. He made this plain yesterday when he announced that his followers (the Liberal party) prob-' aldy would not take part in the gen eral election on Tec..mlr l'y Tbia tu-vs was a hard bh,w to the h pe ft the allies, and shows the .vtrenrtk i ous-.anune ami nis unitor- ters .imieit merchants and n. annu ls called upon the former ll'.-emur to assure, him that the ,-,.t). Violent Artillery Duel on in Turkey . N... 17 A violent ru.-itif at the Par- ,rti'- .ianelies. w.s r.Kotisl in the fel- y: -.,i.; i,,..c ial statemen y e t r- "There is htiv-y reciprocal urulWry nrihit on the Pardvnelles froot "On the trans-Caucaaiaa front a Hostile .(Kussian) patrol was defeated with the loss sf SO mon killed-

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