Fair and warmer,tonlght and Tues
day. Moderate fresh northeast wind's.
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VOL. XXII. NO. 261,
Also Ordered Not to Permit
Crowds Gather, On The : :
Both Sides Claiming Victory in
The Street Car Strike In
Atlanta, Ga., bet. 2 .With the
police under Instructions to prevent
crowds from ratherin on the streets
and to arrest ny person interferring
with car crewsservice on the local
and subway lines of the Georgia Rail
way and lines of the Georgia Ry. and
Traction Company, on which a strike
of car menr was called Saturday; to
enforce recognlzation of the union
car-mns were resumed; at 4 o'clock
this morning. - V '
Officials of the' street cafcompany
said today that less 'than 100 out of
1.000 street car . operators had quit
work . Union officials : asserts 1 that
lKarly 400 men "were on strike.
But A LittlejOver Half Accord
ing to U. S. Government
Washington,' Oct . ; 2. The ' cotton
crop this year 'will be 11,637,000 bales,
equivelant 00 lbs. bales; department
of agriculture, announced today in its
monthly; forceast The estimate .,ws
based on the'tibnditlon olTth crdp bn
September 257" which wag 56.3 of the
normal, compared to 61 last month;
60.8 last .year and 67.2 for the ten
year average, conditions on Septem
ber 25 . Giiining of the crop Is mak
ing records. ' V H
The census ' bureau stated "that
storm and insect damage had wrought
havoc with -the crop and caused - a
loss of almost $,000,000 bales.
Indications are"' that thla year's
crops will yield -156.3. pounds per
acre as compared-with 209.2 pounds
in 1914. . '
The condition of the crop in North
Carolina was announced as 61 per
cent of normal and that of South Car
olina as 53 per. cent.
EYES HON NAT.
Flag Winner May Not Be
Known Before Thursday.
Boston Has Pennant.
Chicago, Oct. 2. The rrce for the
pennant in the-National league may
not be decided until next Thursday,
the last day of the season, so close is
the race between two lading clubs.
Philadelphia has six- games; to play,
all with Boston. ' A -
Boston was given a victory for the
American League championship yes
terday and Cleveland won I the ficst
half of a double-header from! Chicago
Boston may lose all its , remaining
games with Philadelphia and itill hold
first place. .
Detectives Swoop Down on
Haunts of Chief of
Chicago. Oct. 2. Detectiyes ope
rating under the direction of State
Attorney HoyneJ who is investigating
-slot machines in": Chicago, today raid
ed the Sportsmen;s Club of America,
of which Mayor Thompson was at one
t i me president. and secured the re
cords and summoned the secretary be
fore the grand jury." "
Assistant Stete. Attorney Berger is
sued a statement that the raid fol
lowed investigations i which - Indicated
that officials of , the "cltfb, " including
Chief of Police Healy, were connected
ith the installation of the slot ma-
TO GUARD ALL
MIDED TIOIFW tl,! ;
- . ' "-
I , chines In.Chlci:
Raleigh People Turned Out
Mass to Pay Ist Respects
fcto Durham's First Citizen.
".Raleieh. Oct. " 2. A nmf.. rn
leigh people drove to Durnam -yesterJ
dayafterncKjn to; atteiid the funeral
of James H . SoutfigaVe who died Fri-
afteoat hiSme; rear Unl
: Mr . Southgate had relatives here
and many of thtt: Trinity -Colleeo
boys who ttendedHnity were his.
personal friends. The' vclty's 1 most
generally beloved 'private1 " citizen
made up his friendships very large
ly among young people and living
in a .college atrhos'phere was always
youthful, He'ccVonU'lycaMefCo Ra-
icigu ana naa maae aaaresses nere.
The thirty-first annual convention
of the North Carojipa Qteopaths will
be -held in Raleigh .ibis wek opening
Friday and running through ' Satur-
day October "7.
Dr. William E.. Crutchfield, of
Greensboro, is president and Dr. A
R. Tucker, of .tRleighr.sretary. Dr.
Meacham. of Ashevillc, ' who is the
president of the national association..
will.be here and will make an address.
Dr. J. Martin Fiemming, member of
the State Board pf -Dental examiners,
will discuss "Oral Hygiene."
Dr. P. H. rfay, of Charlotte; Dr.
E . J. . Careon, of Fayetteville ; Dr. C.
E. Armstrong, of" New Bern; Dr. L.
Rockwell, cf , Winston-Salem; Dr.
S. O. Holland, of alYsDury; Dr. P.
R. Heine, of Charlotte; Dr. A. P.
Winkleman of' Greensboro,- and Dr.
A. H. Zealy, of the same city, arc
on the program. :;The address of Dr.
W. S.; Carson, former prefdent of
the State 'Association, discussing the
csteopathiq treatment of infantile pa
ralysis, will"be a 'feature of the ses
sions here." i
J. Raleigh sports who have been re
veling In near-championship wrestling
bouts with Strangler Lewis, Dr . B .
P. Roller,' itodfewKandrat and Tom
my Drake are agltated' bver- the
prospect of a Joe . Stecher-Strangler
Lewis real, championship 'Tall here
"Th ; boutr-way-ifprb ;taged'"-
they are frying ;.to. get it- here fQr
fair week and at the fair - grounds r
Lewis ' bas had three tttatches here
and disposed of his opponents, though
his flying head holcfhas defeated men
who -otherwise made him -look foolish
as an exponent of science . In getting
Stecher and his terrible body scis-J
sors as an off-set to the neck-breaking
grip of the Sttangter, the fans believe
they could finish a thriller. '
Doctor Roller has agreed to cornel
back and throw Lewis if the Ken
tucklan will bar the head hold. Doc
tor Roller's challenge for the handi
cap match has not been accepted.
And the physician who is quite rich,
promises no gate fee if the job isn't
More Money Spent Also Fori
Bridge Building in Thp
Washington, Oct. 2. An enormous
increase m -saivuuu, 1
Pfoad and bridge building marked the
development of the highway work In
the United States during the past 12
years. Statements compiled by of
ficials and made public today show
that expenditures for this work in
creased approximate rrom $80,000,
O00, in 1914, to about f 282.000,000 in
1915, or more than 250 per cent, in
crease Largest Airships Yet Werq
Seen NoCasiialties Have :"
4 Been Reported. t
London, Oct. 2' Ten Zeppelins took
part in last night's raid, over' England
and two of them attempted to attack
London. One was driven away and
the other withdrew. ; No reports of
casualties have been received." .!
The Zeppelins were" larger ; than
other airships that have " been brought
down in. Europe; ' as Count zeppeun
according ta ai
Well Known North' Carolina
Citizen and Insurance Man
' Is Dead.
)QNE OF THE BEST
End Came, After Long Illness.
Funeral Will Be Held '
' Wednesday Morn
ing: Raleigh, N., C, Oct. 2. John C.
i Drewry, 56 years old, and secretary of
I the Grand Lodge of JUasons for 24
years, died here today,
Mr. Drewry had been ill for more
than eighten . months. His condition
(UBcauie serious several weens ago.
Mr. Drewry has been prominent in
civic affairs for many years ahd-was
well known in insurance circles
through the South. He was a 33rd
degrea Mason and was Grand High
Priest of the Royal Arch of North
Carolina and Grand Commander Of the
Knights Templars in 1902.
He was born in Drewrysville, Va.,
and was a graduate of the University
of Virginia..' vHe came to. North Car
olina in 1888.
In 1903 he was elected to the Gen
The funeral will be held Wednesday
at Christ church, .of which he was a
vestryman, and will be conducted by
the Grand. Lodge of Masons of North
A widow and two children, a sm
and a daughter, survive him. He was
at one time editor of the Raleigh
Evening Times. i
TELLS WILSON THAT
Henry Ford Reiterates to Pres
ident He Is No Longer
Long Branch, Oct. 2. In a visit to
President Wilson at Shadow Lawn to
day Henry Ford reiterated to Mr
Wilson, that he intended to support
him for re-election, although a Re -
publican in the past. Mr. Ford spent
several hours and took lunch with
Postmaster General Burleson was a
caller at Shadow Lawn and declared
that he has been convinced by a care
ful examination of straw ballots . and
by numerous letters that there is a
strong undertow for Wilson, wbich is
growing in volume-
The President today sent mes-
J sages of condolence to the family of
I eince jjaonKsro.aeisAanw ai
Senator Clarke,' of Arkansas,
MANY INJURED IN
COAST LINE WRECK
Wayeross, Ga.f Oct. 2. Two persons
were, seriously hurt and seventeen cut
and bruised when northbound "Dixie
Flyer" crashed into the rear-end of a
through passenger train on the Atlan
tic Coast Line, at Folkston last night.
The' cause of the wreck has not been
British Warships Thought It a
German Craft and
- "ii, . . .
New York,, Oct. 2. A .wireless
message from H. H. Van Loan, a
passenger ' bound . here from Nassau,
on the steamer Monterey, declared
that British warships patroling in the
vicinity, of tne Bahama Islands, have
taken a submarine owned by aanoving
picture company on its way from New
York to Miami, Florida, under the
impression that it was a German
craft. . ' - .- ; '
Those in command of the siibma
marine,'le message says,, -were com
pelledltotgo i;o Nassau, ' where the
British officials took control and
warned Mr. Von Loan not to move
without I permission- The American
Consul identified Van' Loan and he
was permitted to leave on the steam
er todays "The message states that
the '.'American Consul Is taking the
f? State: Paxtmeut.
USED BY MOVIES
THE LARGEST-CIRCULATION IN WILMINGTON.
BEAUTIFUL CHICAGO WOK
vPLICITY IN $15,000 BLAC
I if mr
I ft fm j
Buda Godman, the beautiful convent-bred Chicago girl, who was arrest
ed by the Federal authorities in Chic- ago in connection with the alleged nation-wide
blackmailing fplStiand then released on bond. She is accused by
E. R. West, wealthyNeWfY0rk merchant,, of . having lured . bim : in
to a a blackmail Icon srAraefv., West alleaes
broke intothe. room the couple occu-
000 for their ilence. He says he fin -
TO BE DIM LARGE
; jsjew Bern's Tobacco Men Pre-
dieting Largest Sales of
Season E. M. Green.
New Bern, Oct, 2. Craven coun
ty's new cotton grader has started
to work with a vim nd reports in New
Bern from all parts" of the county
are to the effect that the cotton grow
rs are doing their best, to cooperate
with him and to make his work
prove of real benefit to all concerned .
The Board of Commissioners somoj
dred dollars to be used in employing damp. Otherwise, the twenty speeches
this cotton grader and there is every made had not hurt him. The Dem
reason to believe, that , ho will save J ocratic "candidate for elector at large
the farmers much money
Local tobacco warehousemen . are
expecting a record breaking week on
the local market and have predicted
that the' sales will be larger than any
made during the past month.
The past week has teen a good one.
Several hundred ' thousand pounds
have . been disposed of here and at
Vanceboro at prices that were very
pleasing to the farmers.
There is considerable tobacco re
maining ".unsold and riti is ; believed
that the farmers will ; rush this ' .in to
market now as rapidly as possible
Hon. Ernest- Mv- : Green,, r United
States Assistant District Attorney, in
this district, 'is to .'deliver, an ' address
before the Democratic .voters at
Truitts tonight ' and indications ' are
that there v wlU-be'sA-:;rec6rdrbreaklng
crowd in . attendance; to hear rum . ; w
tUfr- rtroon ia an '"ahlo " flnd "vflCfent
speaker. He is thoroughly acquaint-
ed .with the principles and records
of Democracy 'and his hearers-have a
rare treat' in store 'for them tonight.
Hon. L . I . Moore, a ' member ot
the New Bern barand one of the best
known Democrats in the county, aa
dressed the voters at Vanceboro this
afternoon; and was . heard by a large
and appreciative audience
NO SPEECHES FOR : ;
New , Ydrk,l Oct.s 2. Chas.
Hughes, returned : yesterday - from
his New York State campaign .tour -to
stay until Wednesday, took up a
greater portion ; of his time in 'the
forenoon 'in' "clearing up a mass of
correspondence that, had accumulated
in his absence. . He went onah au-
tomobU -ride fteno.. . , ,
accused; OF COM-
that Miss Godman accompanied
pied at a hotel and demanded.O.OOO.V
ally gave up t$l5,000.
Ex-Governor Glenn Making
Best Speeches of His Long
Raleigh, N. C.,)ct. 2. Cameron
Morrison, who has been speaking dn
the East, spent the day in Raleigh and
tonight he goes to Durham to open
the campaign in that, county.
Mr. Morrison brought back a crip
pled voice which broke on him in
i Morehead, where the weather was
declares - that he ' has done little in
the form of attack upon the Repub
lican record. He merely tells his
hearers that it is so bad that out of
pure compassion to. some good people
in the party he refrains front, attack
ing. He disposes of the whole busi
ness, he says, In fifteen minutes. ;
The Democratic campaign, is full
of energy, but members of th party
divide .on what is the bestmetbpd
of appeal. One set ; of speakers yvtiU
insistthat :only dramatic 'recital "of
the- bid days can the whooping up be
- - ' , 1 11 it. o 4,
effectively done. mcKett isni mai
I kind of a speaker. In Charlotte the
Democratic candidate ; made. a! really
, beautiful' appeal to the old-time Popu
lists and Ithe new-time descendant, the
Progressives.,? It is said by quite a
few: Democrats here in Raleigh and
elsewhere that the organisation doubts
whether Bickett is making more effec
tive speechs by this pattern" than he
might make if he used his undoubted
talent in another , directioru ": The or
ganization is not certain that Popu
lists can ever be won back, " ' ;
-' By, common consent Governor "Bob
Glenn is pleasing the natives. , rln the
Eastern counties it is said that he
draws when nobody else has anybody
itb listen. The former governor will
1 sneak two hours until every fag;: is
! wet then cap his ' appeal : with congf e;
jgational. singing of "My' Country, Tis
of Thee?' ;' Then VMr. '-.'"-Glenn Jogs "the
'memory of every ancient inhabitant '
with pictures of . burning hohsesr.and
murdered Whites a poruou oi.uie ant
Democratic rule. From every quar
ter comes the request for the old war
horse and he goes when -he hasjiiajf
a. chance. , .The Democrats - say. be Is
making the best speches that -he has
MO S0K S
-r. ,e '
BIG JUMP UP
: ON EDIiREPlT
.One of Most Sensational Ad
vances In the History,
LIKEWISE WENT UP
New Orleans Also Recorded
A Top Movements-Condition
New York, Oct. 2 One of the most
sensational advances in the history of
the cotton market attended the pub
lishing of the second government re
The demonstration " was stimulated
by the condition figures of 5fc.3, or the
lowest on record, and within a few
minutes after the figures were issued
January contracts sold at 17.03, or $4,
60 above the closing price of last
Jumps Up at New Orleans.
New Orleans, -t)ct. . 2. An advance
from 90 to 92 points over Saturday's
closing was in evidence in the early
trading on the market here today.
This was followed by an almost insat
iable demand stimulated by the figures
of the government's report.
The government report also caused
a flutter on the Wilmington market.
As. soon as the condition figures,
showing dropping off of the crop
since the last report, . became known
spot cotton took a jump up. It was
quoted at 15 3-4 before 1 o'clock and
held that position at the close of the
market this afternoon.
This figure was the top one f pr Wil
mington this year. In other words,
it break's th season's record, as the
Fhighest heretofore was 15 5-8-
But News and Observer Beat
Them to It Linney Will
Get Big Reception.
Raleigh, Oct. 2. The Republicans
Have made certain their big day Mon
day when Frank A. Linney. their
candidate for Governor, will speak to
the Eastern North Carolina Republi
can clubs and to the Wake county Re
publicans. The Republicans are deeply disap
pointed at their failure to lease the
Auditorium in time to head off the
News and Observer. The local news
paper is using the home this week
for Mrs. Kate Brew Vaughn who will
give lectures and coking demonstra
tions in it throughout the week.
Chairman Ward of the county execu
tive committee made an ineffectual
try for the big house in the middle of
the day for two hours. He failed
there and he will either present his
attraction in the Academy of Music
or in the county court house. Both
places will be many times, too small.
It is a bad break fr the Republi
cans. It ruins their opportunity to
make a reat showing because nobody
can guess how many are here if the
houses don't hold them. The Re
publicans had "expected to affright
the Democrats with the demonstra
tion. The normal 5,000 Democratic
vote, Republicans say, wiirfali off so
perceptibly this year that the highest
man will not receive a 1,000 majori
ty. ' "
MAN MAY HAVE HELP,
CAUSED THE WRECK
Detroit, Oct. 2 Valentine Choin
sky, a worker oj the Grand Trunk
railroad at a crossing here, was taken
into custody In connection with the
grade crossing., accident last night in
which persons were , killed and a
number Injured when a trolley, car
collided with three freight cars and
a switch engine . v t ; ;
. County officials also detained the
motorman , 'and the ' conductor ih
charge of the streeet car and the ..en
gineer and conductor in charge of the
train. :, " - .-:,', ;
1 - - '" "a : -".-."..'"..- " , v' ' .. : . to.
CBH0N1A BE WB 0 USSIAN ATTflGR
IIIIIII lliiiHll" IM1PM
PRICE 5 CENTS . V
WARD ili ATTRACTS'; v
Berlin and Vienna ;, Concede
f Advance Made in U v
) - Galicia.- 1 "."'
f ' .-,
BOTH SIDES LEMBERG
Serbians HaveMaide an Ad
. VanceNotable -Feat" by .
f German. Sub- v .
marine. . - '
The serious resistance of the Rus- .
sian"auack In Galicia draws' attention '
i . . 1 -"
knew to the Eastern war In ;. which
Interest has been comparatively' small
recently. ' . . :
- Berlin and Vienna concede the ad-. -Vance
that has been gained by the
Russians, who are attacking North-
east .and Southeast of t Lemberg. j. ,,
On the Southeast front in. Mace-",
donia, the British have maintained
the , advantage scored in the attack .
Saturday near Struma, when they .
captured two villages. . , V ,
In the long continued juggle, in Kal-
makcalan district, has resulted in the ,(
Serbians not only securing possession J
of important heights Southeast of
Mohastir, but have advanced r more
than a mile North of Kotchvie.: ;
Recent operations by the. French
along the Somme appear to have been
of the nature of minor attacks, prob-
ably preparatory to some large move, v
The British main efforts have been
directed in a thrust toward Bapaume,
where they have advanced mora, than
a mile and a half, was announced-by, '
London last night. ''."-''
Christiana reports a notable - feat
by a Germon submarine, which suc
ceeded In reaching; the Artie ocean
and torpedoing , three Norwegiaii ;
steamers. , - -'
CONFRONTS N. I
Row Between Dealers and
Dairyrnen is a Serious j.
New York, Oct. 2. The first effects
of a mint famine were felt here today,
as a result of a controversy of ,th t
dealers and the dairymen being un- "
able to decide what the former should
receive for their product. . , .,. '"
It was estimated that milk trains .v'
brought-to this city. last night, 6,000.
quarts less than was necessary. .' 1 v
AND BEAT THEM
New York? Oct. ,2. The police of
Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, and Pel- , ,
ham, are guarding tbe trolley cars of )-;
Westchester county, following the
presence of striking street" car men;
who stoned the cars and beat the
,;;; Tr x't..':3:.:.l
conductors and motormen. Tbe May-
or of New Rochelle. declared that If .'
it became necessary he would ask for -: -the
protection of the militia. -.'-.' v
In this city leaders of the striking .'
street carmen admitted tha4hirap
peaL for a general strike through the' v
city would be submitted to a confer- L
ence of labor leaders, whose decision
is expected to be. final. r ;
afe many and varied. For.
every want echo answers, I "
have It. 'The business of , The.
Dispatch's locals is to bring -the
buyer and seller' together -quickly.
; ; f -. .
-The very next time wish"
slips ; through r.your .mind-,
place It Into a practical way :
towards obtaining your "wish"
by. placing a Business Local
in these columns at one penny
a word. Worth a dollar. They .
are the maglo wonders of the '
every day work a world. ; '
; Confer with us. ; ' 1
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