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5c. the packet or two "Bobs" for a
cent at all the better stands and stores.
mu~th and smack
your lps. h frehtnl
of peppy pepenut.
the chIewi0e ch Ai
gum heart coaed w'th
Try "Bobs" and H Ke fp Hi U
The Fireside That
Comes With You
Y OU needn't have a cold
room, a cold corner in
your house, or a chilly
moment in the day-if you
have a PER FECTIONSMOKE
LESS OIL HEATER.
Just take it wherever the extra heat
is needed. In five minutes it
changes chills to cheery warmth.
It's no trouble and it's very little
expense-ten hours of comfort on
a single gallon of kerosene. Why
start a big coal fire when a little
oil heater will do?
The Perfection is smokeless, odor
less and absolutely safe.
Use Aladdin Security Oil or Diamond
White Oil to obtain best results in Oil
Stoves, Lamps and Heaters.
*STANDARD OIL COMPANY
rf hinkgro , D. C. Cha esoite N C.
Ilichmnd. Vs. Charleston, 8. C.
Look for the Triang'de
I II .Sold in many style and
sizes at all hardwar and
PERSONA NON GRATA
Von Papen ani(d Doy-Ed, German Ofli.
cers, Asked to Leave Country. Bused
on Activity of Various Sorts.
vasihingtonn, Dec. 3.-Iinedlate
witidiawal of Capt. Karl 1oy-Ed and
Capt. Franz von Palen, respectively,
Iaval and military attaches of the
G,'erinan embassy, has been reiuested
by the state department. , jn making
formal announcent of tills action
late today Secre.tary Lansing said the
attaches had rendered themselves
persona non grata to the United
States government by improper activi
ties in connection witi naval and
The secretary acted with the filli
approval of President Wilson, who is
understood to have determined that
the United States shall be rid of for
eign oillcials Who make themselves
obnoxiols by activity harmnful to tle
hest interests of the nation.
The state departinent. made its re
(uest three days ago tirough Count
vol eirnstorf, the G erman amibassa
lor-. Announcement of the fact was
withheld as a mater of cou 'tesy to
Germany amid to prevent lie* charge
being iade that tle Jtry Irying t lie
Warship supiply colspirators of tihe
amibur'g-Americain lie in New York
had )eein influenced inl reachiing a
3iust 'nek I'p Soon.
No reply has been reveived but
nonie is ne-essary and it is taken for
granLted that the ann;sador will send
tihe attlaches away as; sooun as lie has
exchalnged coinmi nat ions with tier
Ollicial Washinetton tonight i was
s.ICniling u1pon the effenit 1ihv action
ni h a ve (n pmblif. opinlion inll r
man Imy. inlnrmalioni uplon that sub
Icet, it was; saId inl high ci rvice, voln
be awnit with interest.
It. also Iecanie kinowin tonlit that
the doepiaitmnnoint has under consideia
tion the case of Alexander von Niiier,
Aist ro-I hiitgari~ani collsill gemneral at
New York, whose name frequently
hls heein mientioined wit h those of
Boy-Ed and von Papel in conninuection
witi activities which have been
frowned uponl by tihe I'nited States
government. It was said aut horita
fi'ely that it hiz not been decided
just what action, if any, would he
taken. It was intimated that tid
state department also was consider
ing whether any step should le taken
regardiIng other high ollicials of tor
eign embassies in Washington.
The complaints against vol Paen
and Moy Md were cunulatlive, dating
back to the early days of tine I11'o
wall war. Tihe case again.st tlhemn Is
e tiniar, not being capab1le of legal I
prooft'. \ consit.s of aln re 1m
finI of sIluspicielis and c ndliet wiv clI
'1ute tle at t:n( hos wi;h attempnln
to \ioisae the ineutialily law : of I ho
t'nie states. The cm l in \w*I;I
sltiient to collvillce hlt; d':r111Imnent
that. the oflicial statis of tle at
taches in the t'lnited st:nin should
nItw !e disco niniled.
Unde m Ort(iace Sutspleion.
Secretary Lainsling is un nderst ood to
have givein considiera tion to tine at
tempnt. to suppliy G]ermnan warships
withI coal, prmovisins amid ammuni11 itloll,
as althbough oin absolut proof101 of' the
compl)1icity ofc~ ien' of tine men in
the passpor't fr" uds neachied the state
diepar'tment, a miass of testimnoiny ar iose
to place thnem uinder' the gi'avest sus
lpiclonl. The Stelger' passpor't caso,
false aflidavits whnichi wer'e made in
sunchi matters and thie sending (if r'e
por'ts to Austri1a-H-ungery~ by3 .James
Fn. J. Archnibald, an Amer'ican citi
zen, all were among the mnatter's taken
into account by (lie depar'tment.
Air. Lansing has stated that tine
evidlence in (lhe H ambur'g-Aimerlean
consplir'acy tr'ial in Newv York did not
pr'ove to thne satisfaction of the dle
par'timent that Boy E~d had v'iolatedl
tine neutrality lawvs, on' that lie had
dlonie anytlhing which at the t imne of
comnmission was in violation of the
federal statutes. In fact, wihen the
effort wvas made to supply the Gen'
man fleet in North and Sounth Atlant Ic
wvatent wvas made th~er'e was no law on
the statuito books whichn perlmittedl
priosecution for' that actilon. it was
only after' tine German fleet had been
dlriven fr'om Amer'ican waten's and the
atclvities of thne llamburg-Amneriean
line hiad ceased that congress (tiring
thne closing (lays of the last session
anad at tine unrgent reqjuest ot' tine
president passed tihe net which makes
such prnoceedilngs uniawful.
It was understood tonight that.
whilte in the case In New Yor'k nothning
actually hnad beenl tirovedi against
C'apt. Boy-Etd, in view of thne attention
attr'actedl by thne case ofilcials r'eview
edt hiis recordo and~ dietermlinied that
now wasi a good time to get both
Capt. Boy-E~d and Capt. von Papen
ount of tine United States. 'thne state
deprltmnent does inot have to have le
gal evidence hint can act, as it has
dlonie in the eases of tine attacthes, up)
on the quenstion of Ohnfoxlous5 conduict.
The attaches need not have been gunil
ty of technnical violation of any law.
Von Papenn's principal offenses con
sisted of sendingr n. rnnnoit tn tine (11'
ON 1110 C03DIIVEES
1ite l1Posltion of Pm'.mefto State Galis
inf11luece InI the House of Represenl.
faitlvtes. 31r. -Nicholls Performs Fent
bli (4ettling on Milliary Affnirs Com.
\Vaslingtonl, Dce. I.--- quth Caro
linat's In>l on~ ill commiittve influen,1CeL
in thle loutse o! Iiepreseittatives as a1
result of, the :;fh'etionls mlade by thle
kvays and mllalls majlorily andi ratil'ed
)y the l ainocratjli a ellci..; ibio af le'r
loonl, is sirongeri thanl inl the last Con
Mr. Whaley mIade a striking ad
'ance, g.oiilg to lie commtttittee onl Ithe
tdicary, whivih is one of the Soveral
0ommtiiittees which are so important
hat itinebers who secure ass igmi entIs
to themil are no allowed to serve ol
Ily other comminitiee al thle samlo time.
Ir. FiIly relains his position a1s
ranking iluetber of' the postollice -oml
Initic-, also; om'" of thle in corIiIttees .
Alr. Lever 'imlainis ('1b1Ioait of agri
::ul1tural coni tt ee , amlliilu-r of 1, 1 '
Air. Aiken continus as to' rankitg
meiber of, the committee oi the )is
[trict of l'olimbia, and also has places
mi the colmitO 111 tees oil Hie (insits and
:I expenldites in the navy delpart
A Ir. lByrne:; is mnade cha.irmn m I)h(
*onun~littee o!) iea e amd ill a l, i',0I
is placed ol thom on mer
.hanl( tarineo ;nd fih re .ro:ls, and
butiking:, amd eur1-ic ,y coml~iite. oh
lainls po ill ( n thle (O onlli ihiter:l 0-I
o rlin a'llaii l , Ii. 1);at i lii' !i l il
ad inli li'I;:) itit:tietice eiiyi Iteiall o
Af the lltain alitcitt i a 1' Il a
c''rie : o l' 1 : has a ie li: t ; 1.i
made tiltrong olh t i n hin nth
sapproritiot tomnil c as t l e 11
t or of tra l- ttr I itpr C.- oniv '.hn
,;on. aid 1o cane very nlear.
but thle Texas, Influence in bethalf, of
I n of iitativ ' ll1chanan, of that
S ae,!was too powerfulil to be over
lome. Tas has at member of the
ways and means committee as well as
two mnemlbers of the Cabinlet. .\er
Aiant marine and fisheries, however,
Is a more important Committee tall
Ir. yrnes had ii ie last Conre-s,
ind is increasing Ili importance tit as
Valuale Tim,! nr Tree.
11n oI t he r hit 41n. l t asln -
ble, tiinber treea: of, the courary~o k- the
tulip tet known to ibSrmen al
Vllow p olar. It. I:;, ri i to io
I)-n~ a , I t i:; the cu i tr a (t 1-3
kiid in the iorId.
'oin ili N italilhbrs and Hu a1 'e.
h\e will nver he bo- to matk144e alnY
reQditable rt cord in I crilmery nli
lairy busi i 1v i t e th uitlintit iIm
rdei blls are snt it) the it her
pon, and i n -tre-b si o st lugb i tled.
lohatret a calnryits in rton 0e
tarkedathe, of~'the dayt'at il was1a
lit sdsgut'n a toind1 sof eiany oarm
or n yasthe ut breeding to grdeilt
lint foteven113 low-rad bupsCllths). l
fThen m L olt'ction tha5I t dcods eac
n'elasetdt the eibull ad bing ito
htsar'he omu 11ypre-beit bugainfro
)iir britl ines ~gtenta tll it101 is
lossibe toanake sin propo tion lleto th
nvstment.l to isz posie fori oe
ha $0,t'o be)51 tollrt iI seerlthousand11
hx el rs of nd gi theho gradeiniup Itn
LYnesol for apetiod itgof eighiit ord
he o years t ows if see vcdty
lltnt becoe ti neaiy' will-bred
hat fovI~ity wheosc they wnt tht
bt'uvent01 it.1011 pure-bred- ll eresul
tabl us toing igure-bred .ire .,tha 'iosto
mrase under11c b tchoperiatie plan.
intrbunest s juidgt mnt ad intelli
that are pr Ieseinte in tis fproibe
fiteld Vo n iborhod cooapteron It
is froil possiltod mak e iommuni
ttynortdlor soethig, ifd a i'efnc
Inred~e of cosoUot' isa oelecieasI
thube dontthte Anitd tnafte Ia dn
arve Archibado ws esalishedI fto
:itinsed br)od the byetris ofll eekan
bred, tandor thas means rsyndro.
Coal in the cella.r
-thaIt's thc good-all-over, nir
coat feeling that just natural'y tal
hold of the owner of a Diamonded C>ir,
n.ow at 1x bJ:nn of thle cold rand
X r ' stormy weallcr.
99% perfect, only one tire out of
a hundred returned for adjustment, waS,
the remarkable vote of confidence cast
by your own friends, on your own roads
-e last year, as well as by the many thou
sands who rolled along the highways
and byways of every one of these forty
eight United States on Diamond Tires.
Ther s a rccord for you to tie up to,
for, no mattcr where you are, remember it
was made on the sime identical roadi you
m2 o ltr ol every day.
A yorr Disr and dcealcr to tell you
~ rnore C t, an z put on )iamoIIds nw.
ARE SOLD EY
Swvgert & Nichels
Some Quick Sellers
We mention here a few of the
many items that were recognized
byexper buyers (Iuring the past
week and d freely
Yard wide Pongcc Plaid Silk in choice col
A Perspiration proof Chiffon Taffetas.
36 inch plain Wash Silk, colors white,
) green, light blue and navy per yd. 25c
The range of Silk Finish Poplin running
from 1 5c to 25c per yard.
Just opened a yard wide Velvet Corduroy
in pure white at 50c.
With a full line of Silk Velvets all stand
jW. G. WILSON & Co.
SINCE TAKING PERUNA
I can say my
bowels are much .
My heart is /
My appetite is
My throat is
Mrs. William H. Hinchliffe, 20 Myrtle 'St ., Peverly, Mas;s.,
writes: "I have taken four bottles of Peruna, and I can say; that
it has done me a great deal of good for entairrh of the. head and
throat. I recommend Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh. I do
not think I ever felt much better. I am really surprised at the
work I can do. I do not think too much praisa can be saidl for
Those who obiect to !!uid medicines can now a rocure Pertima