THE WILMINGTON DISPATCH, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 7, 1916.
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The Republican National Commit;
tee expanded in wrath yesterday over
a cartoon that the Democratic Na
tional. Committee had presented to
typify a Hughes administration; to
forecast what would happen. Mr.
Hughes had declared that the Demo
cratic achievements should be wiped
out. These achievements include the
Federal Reserve act, the child labor
bill and many others. The cartoon
depicted the arm of Mr. Hughes be
ing grasped and controlled by the
hand of Wall Street "invisible gov
ernment." When the Republican National Com
mittee beheld this spectacle it ex-
- n j Cinotr On a Yfilf 5.20 I
T'' c,T7th; h m Ploded with wrath. It grew red in
ially and Sunday, Three Montns.isu
Entered pX the Postoffice In Wilming
ton, N. C, as Second-class Matter.
Foreign Advertising Representatives:
MacQuoid-Miller Co., Inc New
vork and Chicago.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1916.
""Will "Wilson Win, or Hughes' Hateurally
the face and hurled denunciation on
the head of the Democratic National
Committee. Perhaps, after all, it was
a case of the "truth that hurts." At
any rate the committee was wroth
and proceeded to accuse the Demo
cratic party of misrepresentation.
The "invisibly government" charge
stuck in its craw and it rebelled. Nat-
It realized that deception
was being exposed, and, under the
pain of the lash, it ranted.
mean "Misrepresentation, cnargea me
Republicans. It would make one
snicker. After the misrepresentation
Too many people in seizing oppor- that the Republicans have indulged
tunity throttle instead of caressing it. j in; in the wake of the campaign of
j villification conducted by Mr. Hughes
We don't want any earthquake, but land his catering to every class, with
will glory in a landslide for Woodrow
Remember, The Dispatch will serve
you tonight with the latest election returns.
Like the aviator, taking a tumble,
the country after today will get back
"How can I find out tonight about
the election?" Why, ask The Dispatch.
Roosevelt, one of his chief lieutenants,
shouting for war on Germany, and
other Republican Jeaders trying to
make deals with the German-Americans,
it is indeed laughable to the pub
lic at large for the Republicans to
talk about misrepresentation.
Like baseball, the circus lives on;
lives gloriously on as a big American
institution. It is the great magnet
of amusement life; it is one of the re
freshing features of every year in the
way of entertainment. It is old, yet
ever new. It is attractive alike for
old and young. It provides fascinating
relaxation that every one wants;
makes the heart lighter and gives
mental burdens a vacation.
Wilmington was moved by the cir
cus spirit yesterday and enjoyed the
dav immensely. It was Robinson's
PAYS $880 FOR
' ' BROTHERS CAR
Idaho Mail Affords Good Ex
ample of Exceptional
Much .public discussion has' been
devoted to the subject of second-hand
Dodge Brothers cars and their selling
value. Only a few months ago, John
circus, and memory of the famous j Cheew, brother of the Nashville, Tenn-,
John and sweet recollection of the j dealer, sold his Dodge Brothers road-
sawdust arena and real red lemonade
were fraerant yesterday. And the
ster for $500. after having driven it
more than 25,000 miles. Curtis J. Mil-
Robinson show of today is as I pleasing i IfDodge Brothers deader in Nezperce,
xx. , , - . (Idaho, now comes with an even more
as the Robinson show of yester-years. strlking illustration of the great de
Perhaps, dimensions may be different, , . ... . . Thp Np
I perce Herald speaks as follows of the
but it is just as gaudy, just as giddy,
just as glittering, just as fascinating, j incident.
just as clean. Of course, it is, a big! "On Tuesday
bubble. That is always the circus,
but it is such a delightful bubble that
all like to see it sail around in the
regulated and' made strong
by the rclehrcted Shivar- Mineral Water.
Positively guaranteed by monev-back otter.
Tastes ne: costs a trifle Delivered zsxy-
where by our WilmitwrAgeatsr Elrington's Pharma
cy, Cor. 2nd in a Pnacess its.
PI N E 1 UB
The Craven county fair is on this
week and is proving successful. There
by, more and better advertising is be
ing done for the Eastern part of North
Carolina, which is a section ahead of i had none in stock and could
Curtis Miller sold
Clem Carey a Dodge Brothers car.
Clem and Gail Carey, with. Wilfred
Waters and George Fox, departed at
once Hi the car for Wyoming, where
they expect to take up homesteads.
Tiie circumstances leading up to this
sale aro rather out or the ordinary.
Mr. Carey decided all at once that he
other. Curtis Miller, the local dealer,
many other spots in the United States j wanted a Dodge Brothers car and no
and the equal of the best. Rich in one, so he pleaded with Prof. L. C.
is for ! McMahan to let Mr. Carey buy his
greater realization by the people at
lRud Pain Away With a Small
Trial Bottle of Old, Pene
trating "St. Jacob's Oil."
Stop "dosing" Rheumatism-
It's pain only; not one case in fifty 1
requires internal treatment. Rub i
soothing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil" i
right on the "tender spot," and by the '
time you say Jack Robinson out J
comes the rheumatic pain and distress.
"St. Jacobs Oil" is a harmless rheuma-'
tism liniment which never disappoints
and doesn't burn the skin. It takes (
pain, soreness and stiffness from Ach
ing joints, muscles and bones; stops
sciatica, lumbago, backache and neu-1
Limber up! Get a small trial Dottle
of old-time, honest "St. Jacobs Oil"
mLbm n tm Livening the Liver wita
PiLLS w. lm. w pat
m , Genuine te,rssign,tllr, j
' i mi ii-t .
home and for the news of its advant
ages to be borne to the outside public.
Wilmington's Corn Show gets under
I way today, but, of course it will hard
ly get up full steam until tomorrow,
due to the election. It is going to be
from any drug store, and in a mo
car, with the understanding that it ment' yu'n be free from pains, aches '
was to be replaced with the first '
Dodge Brothers car that Mr. Miller
could obtain. The deal was made.
Prof. McMahan had run his car 2,198
miles, but it was just as good as new
and there was no discount off the reg
ular price $880."
and stiffness. Don't suffer! Rub rheu
matism away. Advt.
The Southern serves the South.
Effective Monday September 11th,
1916 Southern Railway announces thy
Mr. Miller adds, wltn a eentle touch ' present Winston-Salem Beaufort-
f irnnv tw "Thi is t.hfi nnlv wav t Moorehead City Pullman Sleeping
can make anythincr sell ear-h car four
' Out linn txtiII Xe orin a.v a A t c TX7i-r ci rT-
Salem Goldsboro Pullman Sleeping
REPUBLICAN FIGHT IN THE
, : a- j v,
history of the Corn Show, and yet ; or five tim pieas.Q rush Slupments, Car line. This car will leave Winston-
' - J aalem at8:50 p. m., same as at pre-
The news that the odorless onion
has been discovered is apt to take
Wall Street magnates have kept
quiet in the campaign, knowing that
their "money talks."
But a short time, fellow citizens,
and it will all be over, save shouts of
victory and wails of defeat.
Inspite of his avoirdupois, former
President Taft failed to have weight
with those - Connecticut voters.
The suspense must be terrible for
those politicians who just at this hour
don't know whether to laugh or cry.
A shortage of hairpins is reported.
Still she looks younger with her
golden hair hanging down her back."
Well, two things we are "sartin" of
today. North Carolina will go Demo
cratic and Pennsylvania Republican.
Whenever the Republicans are ac
cused of "invisible government" they
-but they can't prove an
The only way the Republican party
puts money in circulation is just be
fore election, when they try to buy
Wilson was given yells when he
cast his ballot today. Gratifying, but
what's needed today are votes, not
No doubt, there 'are folks who will
The Lumberton Robesonian thinks
that the Republican campaign in the
Sixth turned out to be a fizzle. We
doubt, however, if the Republicans
expected it to be otherwise. They
may have been hoping to the con
trary, but in the light of past experi
ence, when some of the strongest Re
publicans in the Sixth went down in
defeat, they could hardly expect any
thing but disaster this year. In fact,
lit would seem that disaster would be
a little more crushing, as the Demo
crats had a big record of National
! achievements to back them this time
in the Sixth, and every other district.
If the Republicans had thought they
stood any chance of winning in the
Sixth, Major McCaskill would hardly
have been allowed the pleasure of
clowning the show. But, as hereto
fore, it was a question of what man
could be induced to undertake a lot
of work to make a martyr of himself.
Major McCaskill probably argued that
he had nothing to lose, and if the
nation is grabbed by the Republican
party why he would turn up as a vet
eran a battle-scarred warrior, who
should be pensioned.
So, according to the Major's reason
ing, he acted with eminent discretion.
At the same time, the Major appears
tc have had a good ime.
only an indication of what is yet to
come, as the show is destined to be
one of the biggest factors in building
up this section of the state.
Unless an signs fail and the many
words of cheer that have been sent
forth are all wrong, Onslow county
is going to return a big Democratic
majority today. This will not only
help the cause in general, but will
help Representative Hood down
George Butler, his opponent in the
HIT THE BULL'S EYE.
Again has' Wilmington scofed. The
five-thousand dollar mark set as the
goal of Wilmington's contribution to
the Wilson campaign fund has been
reached. There is joy in the realiza
tion; there is pride in the thought
that Wilmington has done its part.
But besides the dollars the spirit and
When the calamity howler comes
around ihe Society for the Prevention
jf Cruelty to Animals should turn its
head, and whisper: "Sic 'em."
want Wilson to intervene in the State !the work are in Wilmington for the
of Washington because I. W.W. mem-icause of Democracy. The hundreds
bers were sho there. of sma11 contributors attest how earn
estly the masses of this community
are concerned in today's election, and
the majority that will be rolled up for
the ticket today will prove how loy
ally the Democrats of Wilmington
have worked for the cause.
Upon attainment of the $5,000 mark
the people -are to be praised and
thanked. Whatever is the result of
today's work they have done their
part in giving financial aid to a cause
that is right. If it does not triumph,
it will only be like truth crushed to
earth. It will rise again. Mr. W.
A. McGirt, head of the Woodrow Wil
son Club, and his energetic lieuten
ants, deserve special commendation
for the energy and generalship they
have displayed. They have been on
the job from start to finish.
Efforts of northern Republicans to
vote negroes from the south is mere
ly another dark trick of the G. O. P.
Patience for a wee bit of time,
brethren, and ye shall know all. Per
haps, more than you wanted to know.
We decline to believe that the stars
foretell that Hughes will be elected,
because the Republican party is not
at all heavenly.
There is chance for the country to
make a fool of itself today, of course
but we are hoping it won't do so,
but will roll up a majority for Dem
ocracy. ; 4
The campaign managers of both
parties give out big claims, just as if
the people don't understand that such
Is their business and that they Would
claim whether they believed ;what
they say or not.
OUR DAILY BIRTHDAY PARTY
- -x- -x-Robert
L. Doughton, representative
in Congress of the Eighth North Car
olina district, born at Laurel Springs,
N. C, 53 years ago today.
Dr. Herbert Welch, one of the new
bisfcops of the Methodist Episcopal
church, born in New York city, 54
years ago today.
Charlotte Crabtree ("Lotta"), fa
mous actress, now retired, born in
New York city, 69 years ago today.
Mme. Pierre Curie, famous for her
researches and discoveries in the
field of chemistry, born in Poland. 49
years ago today.
Abram W. Harris, president of
Northwestern University and secre
tary of the board of education of the
M. E. church, born in Philadelphia, 58
years ago today.
Frank Trumbull, chairman of the
board of directors of the Chesapeake
and Ohio Railway Company, born at
Arcadia, Mo., 58 years ago today.
Dr. Andrew D. White, celebrated
educator and diplomatist, born at
Homer, N. Y., 84 years ago today.
Seward H. Williams, representative
in Congress of the Fourteenth Ohio
district, born at Amsterdam, N. Y., 46
years ago today.
Braxton B. Comer, former governor
of Alabama, born in Barbour county,
Alabama, 68 years ago today.
TO YOUR STOMACH
is the first essential to contin
ued good health When help is
THE LIVER OR
J . sent and arrive Goldsboro following
morning, returning car will leave
Goldsboro 10:35 P. M., arriving Win
ston-Salem following morning.
Present Greensboro-Raleigh Pull
man Sleeping Car line will continue to
For full details, resjervatlonfi, etc.,
J. O. JONES,
Traveling Passenger Agent,
Raleigh, N. C
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.each U.e seat of tha (lieas. Ca'tarrii i i a blood
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the blood ;:::d raucous surfaces. . Halls Catarrh
Cure is not a qiv.ick u:eciieiae. It was pre
scribed b;- one of Vso best physicians in this
country fur years zud is a regular presjription.
It is c9!Epo;c:l of Vie best tonics knotvn. com
bined with tbo h-?ft blood puiilier?:. acting di
rectly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect
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V. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, price 7rt.
Take liana Family Pills for constipation.
80c to $1.50 pound
80c to $1.50 pound.
Between the two lines we
have the best Candy to be
had at any price. If you
purchase a box and for
any reason do not like it,
just throw the box away
and telephone 248 and we
will rush your money
back to you by messenger.
"Serves You Riht
AN ELEVENTH. HOUR BOOST.
"Looks like a good Republican day,"
remarked Candidate Hughes when he
cast his ballot this morning. Now
that would be a gloomy expression
for the Democrats, but for the fact
that its Mr. Hughes' business to ap-.
.pear cheerful until the ballots are
If the Democrats had thought up an
eleventh hour scheme to get votes in
North Carolina they could not pos
sibly have conceived of anything of as
great weight, as important, as the
application of Cuba to sue North Car
olina to get the payment of carpet
bag bonds. This issue has been link
ed with Tar Heel Republicanism for
years and it is like waving, a red flag
in the face of an infuriated bull to
mention it to the people. To have
such a reminder presented on the eve
of election is well calculated to make
the voters mad and to swell the Dem-
THIS DATE IN HISTORY.
One Hundred Years Ago Today.
1816 Jonathan Jennings was in
augurated first State governor of In
diana. Seventy-five Years Ago Today.
1841 Slaves aboard the American
brig "Creole" murdered the crew and
took the vessel to the island of New
Providence; the British magistrates
refused to surrender the negroes and
a serious dispute vith the U. S. fol
lowed. Fifty Years Ago Today.
1863 King Victor Emmanuel I.
made his public entry into Venice.
v. Twenty-five Years - Ago Today.
1891 Dr. Harvey Rice, known as
the "Father of the Ohio School Sys
tem," died in Cleveland. Born at
Conway, Mass., June 11, 1800.
Soft, Glossy, Long
HAIR DRESSING. NEW DISCOVERY
NOT STICKY OR GUMMY.
You see the fclnk In your hair disappear.
All your nappy, coarse, stubborn, kinky hair
made straight, smooth, silky, glossy. Herolin
Hair Dressing makes hair grow fast, long
and beautiful, stopping dandruff and itching)
of th,e scalp and falling hair at once. Stop
using hot iron. Apply Herolin instead.
Send 25o (stamps or- coin) for a big can
of Herolin. Money back if Herolin doesn't
HEROLIN MEDICINE CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
YEAR AGO TODAY IN WAR
November 7, 1915 Secretary Lan-
EASTERN CAROLINA FAIR '
NEW BERN, N. C.
Round Trip Fare From Wilmington,
$3.50 including Admission to the Fair.
Tickets will be sold to New Bern as
above by the
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Standard Railroad of the South
NOVEMBER 7, 8, 9 and 10.
Limited returning until midnight of
Saturday, November 11, 1916.
Proportionate fares trom Intermedi
ate points. Children half fare.
SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE
sing sent note to Great Britain, de- Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
ciarmg blockade illegal; Anglo-Ital- Npyeinber 8, 9 and 10.
ian army reported on way across Al-! Leave Wilmington '5:15 A. M.
bania; Russians extended offensive j Peave Jacksonville 7)5 A. M.
west of Riga and south of Dvinsk; (Arrive New Bern 830 A. M.
Italians officially reported successes Returning Le. New Bern5:00 P. M.
along entire front in three engage- j Arrive Wilmington about8: 15 P. M.
iW-anx sucri or further Information address T. "The Standard Railroad of th. Rnt,th
nrone iou. - - PHONE 160.
- xs ii AiiLD ucu. jraaa. ickiii..
iLrtNHC COAST LINE
The Standard Railroad of The South
x $3.50 New Bern, N. C.
Account Eastern Carolina Fair. Tick
ets include admission to the fair and i
will be sold Nov. 7, 8, 9 and 10, limited
'returning until Nov. 11. Special ser
jvice will be given leaving Wilmington
j 5 : 15 A. M. Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday; returning leave New Bern
5:00 P. M.
$4-30 Raleigh, N. C.
Account Farmers' Educational and Co
operative Union of America. Tivkets
will be sold Nov. 12, li ana 14, limited
returning until Nov. 18.
$18.35 Atlanta, Ga.
Account Southern Medical Association.
Tickets will be sold November 12, 13
j and 14, limited returning until Novem
ber 19. ,
$7.95 Columbia, S. C.
Account Semi-Annual Meeting South
ern Textile Association. Tickets will
be sold Nov. 15, 16 and 17, limited re
turnmg until November 20.
$38.10 New Orleans, la.
Account National Farm and Live
Stock Show. Tickets will be sold Nov.
10 to 18, inclusive, limited returning
until Nov. 21.
$3.00 New Bern, N. C.
Account Institution Sudan Temple,
A. A. O. N. M. S. Tickets will be sold
November 2JL and 22, limited returning
until November 24.
$16.85 Washington, D. C.
Account National Rivets and Harbors'
Congress. Tickets will be sold Decem
ber 3, 4 and 5, limited returning until.
$7.85 Norfolk, Va.
Account Southern Commercial Con
gress. Tickets will be sold Dec. 8, 9,
10 and 11, limited returning until Dec
PROPORTIONATE FARES FROM
OTHER POINTS ON THE
. ATLANTIC COAST LINE,
SENSATION SELF-RISING FLOUR
is the best Selfrising Flour on the market. Gel it at
and don't forget to stop in on your way to and from ti)e
Corn Show. We assure you that every courtesy will be
shown and prompt delivery made of your order. Rc.
member, we are only half a block from the Corn Show.
TIENCHEN'S GROCERY STORE,
408 Castle Street.
a AST LINE
Arrivals and Departures of Trate s at Wilmington, Effective Sept 11,
1916. Time Not Guaranteed.
TO AND FBOU
No. 90. ! 'Joldsborc, Richmond, Norfolk and Eastern
S:40 A. M. ! Norta Carolina points. Connects at Golds-
Daily Except boro wltn southern Kail way at Nrroi
Sunday. Southern Kallroad.
6:15 A. M.
Mon., Wed. and
8:30 A. M.
1:15 A. M.
Jacksonville, Mew Ben and XatMZsMlaU I 6:15 r. m.
Stations. I Mon., Wed. and
8:40 A. M.
No. 53. .
8:' 45 A. M.
8:35 P. M.
tiii p. vt
and Sat. only
0:30 P. M.
6:45 P. M.
Chadbnnrn, Conway, Florence, Charlenton,
Savannah, .Tackeonvllle. Tampa tit.
Petersburg, Fort Myers Columbia ana
AsbevUle, lnllman Sleeping Car ttween
Wilmington and Columbia, open to re
ceive outbound passengers at Wilming
ton at and after 10:00 P. M. and may be
occupied, lnbod until 7:00 A. M.
, (Goldsboro, Klchmond, Norfolk and Wash-
lntron. jarior iars oeiween vTiumujfion
and Norfolk connecting at Kocky Mount
with New York trains having Pullman
Solid train between WJlmlngton , , ana , Mt, j
Atry via Fayettevllle and Sanford. '
Jacksonville, New Bern and inUrmedUtu
12:20 A. VL
Chadbourn, Florence. Columbia, August,
Atlanta and the West. Charleston Sa
vannah and all Florida Points. All Steel
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Winning
ton and Atlanta, via Augusta. Sleeping
Cars dally between Florence and Colum
bia, which may be occupied at Colum
bia until 7:00 A. M.
i Cayetteville and Intermedlat tatltns.
Goldsboro, Richmond, Norfolk. Washington
and New York, Pullman Brofer, idet
Sleeping Cars, between Wilmington an'
Washington, connecting with New Tori
trains carrying dining cars: also Pullman
Sleeping Cars between Wilmington and
6:05 r. M.
8:00 r. M.
" No. 03.
12:50 F. H.
12:50 1'. X.
ami Sat., Only
10:15 A. K.
9:50 A M.
For Foldar, Reservations, rates of .fares, etc., call 'Phone 1G0.
W. J. CRAIG, T. C. WHITE,
Passenger Traffic Manager. General Passenger Agent.
Wilmington, N. C.
30c; 35c; 50c; 75c
75c; $1.00; $1.25; $1.50
HOT WATER BOTTLES
$1.00 to $1.50
THE PAYNE DRUG COMPANY,
5th and Red Cross Streets. Phone 520.
Butter From the Mountains of Nortn Carolina
Sounds good, doesn't it? It's shipped to us- every
week by express from Hendersonville. Try pound of two
and see how good it is. Just Phone 294
THOMAS GROCERY COMPANY,
4th and Campbell Streets.
We are interested in no other business we are exper
Remember ! We guarantee all work we use nothing
but the best materials.
PHONE YOUR SHOE TROUBLES
SULLIVAN, The King of Shoemakers
217 North Front Street.
tion to, Parcel
Orders Called For and