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YOUNG VANDERBILT BECOMES A
MIDDIE IN NAVAL RESERVE
WILLIAM H VttlD&fcBILT.'
Young Vanderbilt, son of the late
Alfred G Vanderbilt, who lost his
life on the Lusitanu, is a midshipman
in the U. S. naval reserve and is here
shown in uniform at the Newport,
R. L, training station.
NEUTRALS ALARMED ABOUT
U. S. FOOD SUPPLY
Christiania, April 19. Scandinavia
is worried over possibility of America
shutting off food supplies for neu
trals and concentrating on provision
ing of its new allies in war.
GETS 20 YEARS FOR TREASON
Washington, April 19. Second
Lieut. R. H. Hall, 1st Inf. Indiana L
N. G., has been sentenced to 20 years'
imprisonment on charges including
one that he negotiated for commis
sion, from Mexican government.
WALL ST. ALARMED AT WILSON'S
Washington, April 19. Wall street
much perturbed over proposed meth
od of floating $7,000,000,000 bond is
sue. J. P. Morgan and other financiers
of country are in Washington today
attempting to have present floating
plan modified so as to show a little
more consideration for the "street."
Their fears are:
That appeal for popular subscrip
tion to issue wilf result in many small
and even large investors in stock un
loading to purchase government
bonds because they are exempt from
KEEP YOUR GOATS AND PIGS
TIED IN THE PARLOR
To aid in the conservation of food
and in Chicago gardening plans,
Chief Schuettler has issued an order
to police captains to enforce or
dinance passed in June, 1914, which
prohibits x stray animals roaming
about the city.
Heretofore cows, goats and other
animals have destroyed gardens and
wasted much vegetation. The pres
ent food situation demand this cus
tom be stopped.
The ordinance provides that mules,
horses, asses, oxen, goats, pigs and
other animate should not be permit
ted to run loose. Chickens, geese,
turkeys, etc., must be confined on
GOVERNOR MAY MAKE TEDDY
N. G. GENERAL
Albany, N. Y., April 19. It may be
Gen. Roosevelt, regardless of wheth
er colonel's expeditionary division is .
approved by federal government
Declaring T. R would attract to
colors more men than any living
American, Gov. Whitman is on rec
ord today with offer to Roosevelt of
highest guard commission in his
power to confer.
"N. G." stands for national guard.