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Madison Heights, Va.-Mr. Chas. A.
Ragland, of this place, writes: "I have
been taking Thedford's Black-Draught
for Indigestion, and other stomach troub
les, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feel Uko a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain j
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full
ness after eating, ara sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
Tc get quick and permanent relief
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit
Its 75 years of splendid success. In fha
treatment of lust such troubles, proves
thc real merit of Thedford's Black
Draught. Safe, pleasant, gentle In action,
and without bad after-effects, It is sure
to benefit both young and old. For sale
everywhere. Price 25c. N. c is.
County Officers Are as Busy ?sj
City's Policemen and Many
Arrests Being Made.
Tho day ot the evil-doer In Ander
son is bard, Judging from the familiar
sentences being heard-$100 or 60
days; $30 or 30 days, et cetera. The
policemen have for tho last few days
been manifesting what the law break
ers consider pernicious activity and
tho county officers seem to have been
ta i /.ed with tho notion to ' ' ,y thor
and dr. likewise."
The past two days have been busy j
ono with Magistrate Broadwell and]
yesterday his docket was crowded.
Henry Reece, a negro, charged wit)
beating his board, bill waa arraigned
and sentenced tb pay a fine of $20 oi
to serve on the public work for Sf
days. Ho took the days.
C. F. Rice, a negro, was charged j
with assault 'and battery. He drew t
seutonce ot $80 or 30 days and suc
ceeded in raising the coln with whlcl
to pay his fine.
Alec Wilson and Clarence Wilson
both negroes,. ware charged-"with- be -
lng drunk and disorderly and the?
were both convicted. They were 'giv
en sentences of $25 or SO days h
Ed McKinney waa charged with be
iug drunk &ud disorderly but failed tc!
appear and his bond of $10 was de
dared forfeited. .
One extraordinary case was heart
by the .Magistrate la which tow !
young men were walting for a tra! '
to arrive, in order tb take their d?
par tore, and to pass the time a wa
they began ' to shoot d.lc? at a penn:
a point Ten cents was involved t
tho game when one bf the deput:
sheriffs came by abd they were all a>
resetd. Two entered pleas of guilt
to the charge abd were fined $U \
each. The!? nemes ncr^red ea th
magistrate's docket as" J. b. Sanders
J. L .rosey.
?. L. W'inghot entered a plea cf]
tty to the charge of carrying a-gu:
and waa sentenced to pay a fine ol]
$20. ' V -
Tom Gunter waa convicted o* gamb
ling and was Sentenced tb pay a fin
orno, f -
One very interesting case is to come ;
before Magistrate Broadwell Monda?
when, tho case or G. L. Tench? cberg
ed with assault and battery upon th? j
peror.ti of W. ' M. Welborn, will bc
called for trial It ls alleged tba
Tench made un assault up Welborn
Using a shot gun and rocka. The af
fair tbok) place'.in the Cars well Ins?
tute section bf the county and a num
ber of people will coom up from tba
neighborhood for this ' heavfog. ". j
....<? ?-Sm-U- /
T?sei ?Tp vThs??' Sjrsies.
"Chamberlain's Tableta hive dom I
more for me than I ?re? dared hop?
fer," writes Mrs; Eather Mae Baker
Spsscarpori $jt Y- "- vsi^? ?fiavcr?
bottles of the*? tablets a few month;
ago. ^^y^^^t^^^^^g of^b?^
Pharm?cy*and ?U deals. ^
\M Teas" llatlS YStf UfSf
?58 I lu's W?ti
Uv*n up ybur sluggish liver 1 Feel
A cheerful; mike year work, a
et fae vigor?os and fall of ?*mbi-(
Bab take no nasty/ daamroa?l
I because lt makes yon sick andi
yea may lose a day's work.
Galooxi ts mercury Or quicksilver
which eanses seer osla of the banes,
Calomel crabes into nour bile ID?
dynamite, breskla? lt np. TaaAV whee
ye? .fed that awful nausea cad cramping.
listen to mel I! yon want to *njcy
tho *\et*l, gentlest liver and hewet
cleansing yea ?var aapsiliaawd Jest take
? apeante) sjf haah? IMsea's Liver
IN A BUR!
Attendance Beyond All Expectati?
Visitors Every Day-Eve
Without a Hitch and
Boosting Was in
(By a Staff Correspendent.)
GREENWOOD, Oct. 30.---The first
session ot the Piedmont Fair closed I
yesterday in a burst of glory. The at- I
tendance was possibly in excess of I
Ute expectations of Ute promoters, and I
the great interest shown not only on I
this day but on every oher day, con- I
vin ced those, in attendance that the I
Piedmont Fair bad come to stay. I
Every feature of the fair was carried I
out as il olanned without a hitch, I
and if there were *ny dissatisfaction I
over anything dode or .^ald, it was not I
manifest to the observer. The Green? I
Wfcod spirit of polling together and I
boosting was shown in the staging I
and management of the fair. Other I
fairs elsewhere have not been succ?s- I
fut, but this cannot be aald of tho I
I first sesfion o ffthe Piedmont Fair. It I
was a grand success.
The line of exhibits were very good. I
I There could hot have been a better I
I exhibition of horses, cattle and hogs, I
I to say nothing of the splendid exhibit
I of poultry. The only feature of the
I fair not up to expectations was the
I Agricultural exhibits. These were a bit
I iff as to quantity but thc quality of
he exhibits was good, and they wore
licely arranged. .
Yesterday was educational day, and
'ho big day of the fair. The parade in
Ute early morning was a magnificent
Exhibition of the interest the county
has in her educational institutions. At
least 3,000 pupils took part in tho pa
.ade, and the Schools of the county
Vere reprsented aa well as the schools
..ad colleges of the city.
The parado was* a wonder in beau
y and precision, the children, from
he smallest to the/ largest, filling
heir places in the long procession
vi th perfect exactness and, of course,
tie cadets jed the way with soldier
ike precision. The procession start
.d exactly on the minute, at the in
ersection of, Cambridge and North
taih streets, anti marched lo the
"air grounds down Main to Magno
I th and Phoenix lil approximately 30
I olnutes. The line of march was as
I 'allows: Chief ot Police J. B. Riley
lon horseback; Mesara H. V. P. Sch
I ader. president of the Piedmont Fair
Vasoclattoo ; Mayor J. A. Marshall, Mr.
lie. HodgeS, Chairman of the boc-d
I 'f aldermen in an automobile, follow
I d by jhe following cars: Mr. W. R.
I ^othrrja ' with ' representatives of the
I VqsnYille Female Coll?ge: Prot W.
. V. Nickles>nd Dr. John O. Willson,
'Oth dressed In cotton Suits, and Sup
rinteridcnt of .F?*a??iion John F.
Videman; Col. F, N. K. Bailey and
I !. lalor . w. D:'Workman: Then carno
1 he county schools in the order nam
d: Phc?nlt. tJcojpervHl-, Bold Spring,
.alhoun School, Pifie Grovo. Olive.
I ranon. Quarry, loka. Verde ry, Brad
I >y, Coronaca, Edgewood. Mount Mor
I Va, PdekaU, ?t?low?hip, Lcoancn,
Cinards. Jones. Ninety Six,' Ware
"hoalB Maj^n-JUa Street Greenwood
Ugh School each cla'j carrying an
ldlvideal banner Leslie, children of
*ie Conr-io Maxwell Orphanage, in'
ressed ia cotton goods, and the youdg
I idles ot Lander Cd lege. A cordon of
ol ice followed tho procession And
apt .order through the streets thal
I 'ere massed with humanity.
Special mention should be made of
ie children ot the Connie Maxwell
rphanage,, who, true tb the call pt
ie ?uaoGB?onai : committee, came
? fcA?*<~t 4U-~ ?V- ? rf>
atnlsoh marched in the procession
nd wore a white salt with white cot
bp cap. MAhy were heard to express
.ride ia the appearance ot the orph
nage children; H
Once th tab fair gtobnds tho school
hildren and students massed in the
rena tn .front of tho grandstand and
jijipt Wldethan took advantage bf
(he opportunity before the crowd
i isbanded and made a few remarks:
' it give? as great pleasure/* he said.
I to greet you on this glorious day and,
oyfttt occasion. If every tnddstry ffa
:te?hwcbd county would do their full
uty as thS Children bf our public
(moola abd students of our college
.ave always done-and will continue tb
? '.o, we will have a fair second to non?,
.ot only in So?th CSfollna. but tn aU
? ha Southland. The key, of every door
? [ i tas Fisdmbnt Fair ls turned over
> yb* sad^I hob? yqb will enjoy the
ay to the fullest; abd when you tura
/ our faces homeward you trill have
ho satisfaction ot knowing that yob
ived the day to; the first Piedmont
lair. You are tartos welcome to che
? >ya and privileges o? this grand oe
' .v Aeroplane Flight
\ The, pupils : were thea ?given Jean
o iBS&s?t all tho exhibits at the
ts YOUR-LIVER !
? IM SALIV?TES
ITone tor'.^t. "Toar druggist er dealer
Jells ?ar ? 00 cent bottt* of Dodson**
thrir VO?e nader tty personal wsw*,
beek guarantee teat esch spoon fol wm
dmrnlpbt sluggish lim better than a
Bose el nasty ?atetesl sad that it won't
??eas* ye* sick.
? ivJrtodsoa's liver Ttnt is real Uv*
Medicine. Youl I knew lt next m-rning
tween* yon wilt wake up feeling fiae,
yeer liver will bs working; beedaee*
sad dlxslnee* gone? Stomach will be
sweet sad beweis regalar.
DooWs Lifer Teas is entirely ve*??
table, therefore harmless aad can ne*
?SilVate. Grse lt to your children,
now. Your drogg?fc wUTteR you thal
the sele of Oetea&tf ts abaos* Stoppel
entirely ber?, ' . w i
mk and Great interest Shown by
Feature Was Carried Out
Greenwood Spirit of
that marked every other event ot the ?
day. Aviator Richter hove in eight I
He circled the grounds three times fl
and made one beautiful farewell dip I
wi?iin only a few hundred feet of the H
arena. It waa a faultless day for the fl
blrdman, too. His afternoon flight
came fully up to that of the morning.
?G. ?. C." Wins Prise.
Prises were awarded In the educa
tional department Friday morning.
Tho Greenville Female Co. lege, whose
exhibit did not arrive until Thursdsy
night, was given' first prize for "the
best exhibits- made by any college in
the Piedmont section. Lender College
won second place. These prizes are
$35 and $15.
The best exhibit made by any school
in the community outside the city was I
won by Ninety Six and the aecond by I
Edgewood. The prises were a map of- I
fered by Rand & . McNally, and a I
One dollar prlzeB offered by the fa- I
culty of the Greenwood City schools I
were awarded as follows:
Best drawing in white and black,
Virginia Smith; best water colors, I
Margaret Pinson; best plain cake, I
Margaret Norris; best roll of bread, I
Emily Calhoun; beat plain sewing to I
primary school, Margaret Lyon; bist I
plain sewing to grammar school, Fan
nine Mette; best fancy work to High
School, Jessie Bailey; best manual
work, Clyde Dean; best In grammar
Behool, Tatmage Wlx; best to high
school, Go.?Njn Duckett
The afternoon was devoted to Judg- I
lng the horses in several classes, and
to a football gamo between the Bailey
Military institute and the Wofford I
Fitting school, which resulted In a I
scoro of 12 to 0 in favor of the B. M. I
In the awards made to winners in
the horse entries, Anderson county
had several entries which won. J. J. I
Fretwell, ot Anderson carried off a I
number of blues and reds on his pair I
of fine boys, aa did Messrs. A. B. Pick- I
ens and J. D. Smith of Melton school I
district, and of Anderson R. F. D. Ho. I
2., who exhibited three beautiful I
county raised mares.
Tnursds" Mr. "Fretwell won second
on single narness horse driven fay a I
lady, and second on double team, hea- I
vy harness horse, driven by lady, as I
well as second on combination saddle I
and harness horse, farmer class.
Saddle and harness horse, first and
second-Pickens and Smith.
Pair of males, home raised-L. I.
Pair heavy harness horses, farmer
:*<vss-oWlse and, Hagood, first; J. J. I
Pair of fine harness horses, open- ? I
Wise and Hagood, first; S. A. Harvey, I
Three gaited saddle horse, ridden
by <. lady, farmer *daas-T, B. Hender- j I
son, first; 'BL L. .Brocks, aecond.
Pair of fine harness horses, driven
by lady-^Wise and Harvey, first; J. J. I
Fretwell, second, j,
. Three gaited saddle horse, ridden by I
a. lady-W. G.^Bir?wnpni, first; T. p.
Heavy harness horse, open-W. C.
Hasood, first; J. J. Fretwell, second.
Flue harneas horse, farmer class-!
J. J. Fretwell first; M. C. Wise sec
. Heavy harness torse, farmer-Will
Henderson, first;'J. J. Fretwell, see
? Pair of roadsters, onea-Wise and
Hagood, first.; K ft. D<o n, Jr., second.
Ia addition to the horses exhibited
>bovb J. W.;*Tb*rton of Iva, exhibited
ila pair of male colts, which won the
prizes at the Belton Fair.
I . r v -w. w. s.
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Postal Order Business
' NlS WI ^TOI^^^OIL*0 SO.-Temporary
ehspenslcn of postu ofder business
towe?n (nd ^nratOUUes and Mexico
Waa- announced. today by posta, offi
biala. Pejrtjn?stai? throughout this
country will pot pay orders issued in
Mexico ofter October ss, and will .io
issue orders oh M?xico.
The suspension Waa declared a'
Mexlcr/s request Postai officiais ->a
serted their k|ie#. of no reason foi
that, other, possibly, than unsettled
conditions in the Sputhern republic.
Ctoriftf witA Murder of Wife. .
ST. LOUIS, ; Mo., Oct 30.--Scott
Str.ue. a private in the United States
army, 'wa* ar??it?d at Jefferson bar
rack- toeay ciaraed with the murder
bf bl? **> ?ld Wbr children whose
charred bbdi?i were found on Sep
tember 28 siter their home neat
Talana. 111., had bebb destroyed by fire
lid DeUaquesl ??os* Tax Wotlee,
Ali dlnieanrieat read tax collectors
ara provided wttK ab official receipt
?ksjrijt numbs* and stub nnmbes
tt County Supervisor.
It Atoota* ftae Werk. '
*I like ChAtaberiain'e Cough Rem
edy better thad :*y ofter." writes ft.'
BL Roberts. Besser ?ty. Pa. ft bavai
taken ft ct and ea for years and it I
has never failed to give the destral
resulta." For salo by Evan's Phar
iaacy. All d.?alftra.
Bailey Military Institute Defeated
Wofford 'Tillite**" by Score
of 12 to 0.
Special to The Intelligencer.
GREENWOOD, Oct, 80.-In one or
the bardent fought battles even seen
on the local gridiron, Balley Military
Institute defeated the Wofford College
Fitting School here today. The score
wis 12 to 0.
The two teams were evenly match
ed In weight ara until the end of the
gama the result waa In doubt. Costly
rum' 'ca. however, prevented the ca
dets* from making at leftst two more
The only objectionsble feature of
the game was - the tackling around
iho web by the Wofford team.
The game opened by Wofford kick
ing off to Balley and In less than two
minutes Walker, C, can-led the ball
across the goal Une tor Bailey's first
touchdown. Wofford blocked Tolbert's
kick. The ball waa then kicked from
center by Tolbert for Balley. Wofford
was down on its 20 yard limit and tbe
hall went over. Bailey almost scored,
passing the ball by a fumble back of
The score was kept C to 0. for the
balance of this Quarter and until the
last quarter, when Walker. C, ags'n
carried the ball over for Bailey. The
?coro was: B. M. T.. 12; Wofford, 0.
(By Associated Press.)
ATLANTA, GA., Oct- 30.-Interest I
in southern football tomorrow cen
ters chiefly In the annual game be
tween Virginia and Vanderbilt at
Nashville. Other important games
are those between Georgia Tech and
Sow aneo at Atlanta; Alabama and
Tulane at Tuscaloosa, Ala; Georgia
and Mississippi A. & M. at Athens,
Ga, and North Carolina A. & M. and
the Navy at Annapolis, Md.
Gridiron experts consider Vander
bilt and Virginia evenly matched. The
july medium of comparison, however,
.s that furnished by the results of
the Georgia-North Carolina, the Geor
gia-Virginia, and tho Vanderbllt
Xorth CaroRna games- Georgia was
decisively defeated by North Carolina,
but made a better showing against
Virginia. North Carolina's victory
over Vanderbilt last Saturday was by
! The result of the Tech-Sewanee
Sime ls expected to provide a basis
r comparison ot the relative strength
bf Se wane? and Alabama, which
meet on November" 7, and 'Che Universi
ty of Georgia and Coorpia' '. Tech,
which piay on november is. Hewa
nee already has been defeated by
Georgia, While TecL .'AB l?st to Ala-1
Tbe outcome of tho Tnlane-Ala- j
haatx is coii?i-?crod doubtful.
No comparative scores are available
?considering the North Carolina A.
.-.'ihe North Carolina-Davidson game,
.at WUiston-Saiem, will he'followed
only with a view to ascertaining
whether the Chapel Hill machine will
ittnue the record lt has made thus
1er games scheduled are:
crcer vs.' Furman at Macon.
finabas ao vs. Chattanooga at Knox
M. I. vu.* Untri. Harvey at Lax
tajBemaon vs. Citadel at Charloetotn.
Kontucky State vs. Inclnnati st Cin
Mtsslssippi College vs. Louisiana A.
k u: at Jackson, Miss.
>. Uichmdnd vs. Randolph-Macon at
V. P. I. vs. Washington and Lee at
William and Mary va Hampdeu
Syiraey at Newport News. Va
Louisville vs. Wabash at Louisville.
'Four Undefeated Teams.
CHICAGO, Ont.' SO.-AFour undefeat
ed teams-Chicago. Wisconsin, II
lhv?f> and Minnesota-will play to
morrow H what yfctually will amount
to semi-flhals of tho western confer
ence football season.
Except Indiana, the other Big Nine
*\**tn* witj reatfc whUo both Notn
ie and tho Michigan Aggies expect
arrow's schedule In the central
At Madison: G?fesge vs. Wisconsin.
At Minneapoll?: illinois vs. Min
At fllcxmimgton: Miami vs. Indiana.
^MUnsing: Aaron vs. Michigan
pAt^ff?uth Bend; Haskell va. Notre
Gases bf Ubesasl lotetest
. NEW YORK, ?Ct. ??.-Four eastern
football gamea scheduled for temor
row stand oat a* of unusual interest;
Cambridge carries with itThe^cbief
attention of the' day because of the
later-sectional interest Af New
Haven the Yale team faces Colgate,
which last season decisively defeat
ed the Blue, while ^Swarthmore will
Un* bp against FeirttkyivanIS at Phil
adelphia. The carlisle Indians. nbw;
Spprowmteg lae^forat usually ahown
by teams ot other years, will play the
powerful Syracuse eleven at Buffalo.
o Activity in Wheat Market. <
a CR IC A GO, Oet. $S.V-lIostfHtfei o
? between TtVfcey ind Bast?a e
o earn** a ?n%^&fh today to-,
p the buying ?ide fa the wheat rear. ?
o let here, ls a mall ***** ea- r
o seed as anea a? j? 1-2 reata a o
e bashel . abbr*'.last bight's |sv*L <
* tsar wheat teseh $LM as agalast ?
e l i.it Lt at tee previses ela**, <
e # b o o o o o o e y^p e e.?peeb.
Convene? in England Under tho
at Middlesex Hall for tho 1
the Charge of Espionas
the Novel C
(By Associated Pros?.)
LONDON, Oct. 30-(11:35 a. ni.)
A courtmartlal, the first convened in
England for many generations, met
today under the presidency of Lord
Cheylesmore at the Middlesex Guild
hall for tho trial of Carl Hans Lody
alias Charles A. Inglis, on the charge
The hall presented the novel court
scene with virtually all the officers
except the attorneys in uniform.
Prosecutor Archibald H. Bodkin
opening the case. ? declared that the
crime of giving Information tr. an
enemy was properly triable by r
courtmartal and that the defendant
was an allen enemy-a German ??i?
iect, although he spoke English flu
ently with an American accent.
During Ute course of his tours, thc
prosecutor said, the act-used posed as
an. American tourist and visited Edirf
aurgh, Lender., Liverpool and Dublin.
)n August 4 he received a passport
'rom the American embassy in Berlin
under the false name of Charles A.
Thc prosecutor alleged that the ac
. 1 '
(By Associated Press.) |
PARI8, Oct 30,-(ll p. m.)-The
following official communication was,
"In Belgium, according to tho latest |
advices, there ls nothing to report in
.ho region of Nieuport cr Dixmude. j
"On our left wing the enemy has)
llrected violent attacks against the
'rom of the British troops and on the
? two han kn of the La Basse canal with -
out obtaining any success.
? "There bas been a recrudesenco of,
j activity in the region of Rheims and
along the heights r.f tbe Meuse at the
south of Freanes-on-Woevre.'"
LONDON, Oct 30.-(11.55 p. m.)
The Petrograd correspondent of the
Exchange Telegraph company sends
"It ls officially announced that on
the East Prussian front hard fighting
continues. Persistent German at
tacks have been repulsed.
"Beyond the Vistula the ennmy's
rear guard haa been hard pressed by
Ko RuBBlans on a front extending
..mn I-nil* tn gwiatiA.1 Th" r- '.zzizziz
captured heavy guns and several
"In the region of Tarnow, Galicia
an October 29 the Russians inflicted ?
heavy lesses on the- Austrians, taking !
I about 1,000 prisoners.'
AMSTERDAM. Holland, Oct. 80.
(Via London, 6:03 p. m.)-The Berlin
afc: ? . _;
THE EXPORTATION O
War Demand for Wheat Brought
With September to the Higl
(Ry Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON, Oct 30.-War's de
mand on American granaries, mills
and packing houses, as Bhown today
In an analysis by tbe department of
commerce, resulted in record expor
tations oft breadntuffs, meats and oth
er food articles during September.
Franco is demanding Immense quan
tities of fresh beef and South America
and Europe large amounts of flour,
while nearly all the markets formerly
au polios from other sources are im
porting millions bf pounds et Ameri
can sugar- .i. .'
The value of foodstuffs, sold abroad
last month was $68,490,880, nearly
double that of September, 19 W, when
the total waa $38,786,024.
The ?ar daman** for wheat brought
exports tor the three 'months ending
wJJ> 8bptah>N>r to the highest point
ever reeeheu ha any corresponding
period. 'Total exports, Including flour
Kni?rms of whea.t in the three months
aggregated 80,250,000 bushels, com
Freight Rates Affected by Derision
mission Supplemental to
WASHINGTON. Oct 30.-Freight
ratee throughout what la known aa
"St utheaetern territory'"-that part
Of tire country east of the Mississippi
and south of tho Potomac and Ohio
rivors-were affected by a decision
announced today by the Interstate
Commerce Commission. In a decisive
supplemental tb that announced sev
eral months ago concerning applica
tions of carriers fer relief irem the
Operation ot the iong-and-short han1,
provision of tile law* with respect to
blass and commodity rates* front all
Sections of the conn try to dentin attona
u the 'South Atlantic and Gulf States,
the carriers in most instances were
authorised, under specified restric
tions, tb continue existing class and
commodity rates, wh'.ch mainly are
blaber to totermediate points thea to
gjjjjf* distant pointa.
Presidency of Lord Cheylesmore
'rial of Cari Hans Lodv on
;o-The Hall Presented
I cuBed had sent valuable reports ti
Tho prosecutor referrod to letters
sent to Berlin which, it is alleged,
were written by Lody, while be was
slaying at Edinburgh, where he reg
istered as Charles As Inglis, of New
York. The letters described Queen'
Ferry, giving accurate details regard
lng armomented and the location ol
British ships and stated that import
ant buildings Ir/Londr.n had been pro
tectcd with strong wire nettiny
against Zeppelin airship raids.
Chief Inspector Ward, testified tha'
the prisoner had admitted that ho war
a German subject. Replying to a ques
lion the police official declared he har*
no "Knowledge of the accused bein;
connected with tho Hamburg-Ameri
can steamship line. After further evi
dence had been given to the effect
that I ody had claimed to be an Amor
ican when arrested in Ireland, wherr
he was traveling in company witt
John \V. Lee of Minneapolis and after |
the production of letters which coun
sel raid would be detrimental to the
Interests of the state to mako public
tho case was ad lour ned.
newspaper Zeitung Am Mittag today]
publishes this announcement which it
says is an official communication j
"Russian torpedo boats attempted !
to prevent tho Turkish fleet leavlnr1
the Bosphorun and steaming Into UH
Block non. Turkish ships opened
and sank two of the Russian vessels.
More than 30 Russian sailors, saved j
hv the Turks, were made prisoners
The Turkish fleet sustained no losses.
LONDON, Oct 30-The officia! I
press bureau at 11:15 p. m. issued |
the following statement of conditions
In tho western theatre of the war:
"Severe fighting continu?e with]
little intermission along the Allies]
lines, especially towards the north
The German resistance is stubborn I
and they ar* making fierce counter j
"Nevertheless, the British Are stead
ily gaining ground. In a counter at
tack ono brigade delivered a brilliant
bayonet charge, accounting for many ]
of tho enemy whose losetB throughout ]
the fighting are heavy."*
TOKIO, Oct. 31.-It ls officially an- ?
nounccd that a general attack war
'.?acned at dawn today on the German
position at Tslng-Tau. The shelling
ol the fortress continue* at this hour, j
The spirits of the allied troops are
said to be high.
The emperor's birthday ls being |
THAT OF LAST YEAR
Exports For Three Months Ending
IM? Pokit ETC? Rescued ia
pared with 59,000,000 bushels In that
period a'year ago. More than 2,560,
000 bushels were exported to Canada
while another effect of war waa the]
shipment of 580,000 bushels to Brai.il
Exports of floor to Latin-America I
were nearly double those of Septem
ber one year ago.
Exports of fresh beet In September
amounted to more than 7,000,000
rounds, or ll times that sent abroad
in September, 1013. Tho 3,000,00f
pounds of canned beet exported was I
eight times tho amoutn sold In Sep-|
umber last year.
The increase in refined sugar ex
ports wes even greater. In Septem
ber 52.200,773 pounds were shipped]
abroad, compared with 3,924,540 one]
exportations of cattle bad sheep'
decreased, compared with September
last year. More than 1,600 cattle!
were sold abroad 1? September, 1913
compared with abeu? 900 last month
The decrease In sheep shipments!
showed about the same percentage.
of ?ho Interstate Commerce Com
That Announced Several
l?fc- ' ?
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Forced to Quit Capital. ^
WASHINGTON, Oct, 80.-President
Zamor, of Haiti, has been obliged to
quit bis capital, Port-au-Prince, and
seek refuge On a Dutch vessel, ac
cording to a report to the state de
partment today from the American le
gation in Haiti. Officials interpret
this to meta that the rebela are In
complete control of Port-au-Prince.
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