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SOLDIER sHor iY
Private ('laiming to be Crand Nephew
of liethoten Mortally Womided.
Charlotte ,N. (., Oct. 25.- Private
Frederick von .lethoven of the State
of Washington. member of the forty
-first. division, stationed at Camp
Greene, Is in a Ipeal hospital and his
death is momentarily expected, as a
result of a hullet wound inflicted to
day, whenl he was shot on the stregits
here by a provost guardsmen who at
tempted to arrest him. According to
official statenents, von litloven Was
under detention at the camp for some
breach of military regulation, in ad
dition to being under quarantine. Last
night he left -the camp. Tile camp
officials notilled provost guard head
quarters in the city and ordered his
arrest if found. A provost guardsman
discovered him this afternoon and un
dertook to arrest him, whereupon lie
resisted, broke and ian, according to
tile official account of the affair. The
guardsmanl ordered him to halt, but
von liethoven contintied running. Then
the guardstnan shot him, the bIul let
piercing his body.
h'lle militarv authiorlities deny that
von liethoveni was being dettainied In
(er su 1spicion of espio inage. lIe camne
here several weeiks igo w\ itlh the
Oregonl troops. Ifo ciaimed to le a
Araid nelphew of Ihe nusic master
of tle sa lue 1n,1 e. .\n earlieir report
that the wh;ot was d(one'! by a see
ret servicf i:sn is tli(ially ( iied.
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shlin \4'i44n Dlholln 4Z4 a1.Iiroved
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boutlo cmnt:Iinia. .00hm1 tin-eeo onneeC;
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of ordi nary c1 ld cre' am!: . !iur to
strainl t it 'inoillo joAil ! ( P( l pil'i;1 4,e1s
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BRIL.. WlIL VOTE
ON ST ',TI: OF WAR
to4.: (ore-' Vr diln War lieelarai iin
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v'ill vot'e 4'n 4-t' ; . Io - :.u' s ion ot
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to :4on :4 . ':i:n: thlat it i4 im4
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sci4::'ne of' a4 (;4'r::::m '..2r4 lu' nowi4\ ill
tenite allies and Gerani1y lamst. .11une.
The44 lir'.ilian ovrmn n4V't1 t44' hall prev'i
O0Msly revok41' di Ils .oley of.4) aloofness444
so far' as it :1114 ('444 hoslities he
mlanly. T14u- '4441h1e be(tw n 41( raz H'i'
and0-1 44 ''::y reached4'l4'4 a elimiia~c in
mainister te44' '4 ':d 1 bi 14asspIor's an.4
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! nit e 44lar ha1 s. . '. 4444414 h41 by~
111he 14 'hipp 4n 4 b 4ard Io dr'': '.' nmI leient
lab~or to4 14h' >hi yarth; 1 of' thle country I'3
day basIs to ('alry (4o1 41he grl''4
Ilias 14 n 2t) 1/d4 for. all ai!144Cnts: that
are1 (au1ed byi 14 a isordered 444 sIlomaci1(
and Inactive liver,. such in 41ick44 head
flee.constgatioln, .'wr 14omne1:4 nerv-4444'
Otis id detion, ifor~ri1atatim.'of fooC
DIl (of thle hie rt Camifd bygas
V 4 . 'e 4om . AiSu.u( I-'lower is"
.6' . Ic I laxative. r 'gih e~s dligestiloln
bo h in 41toma'L' I h in .sine1s'!, 4'leanIs
,andl14 (welten the 1 ;t oni' ('h and44 ailmuen..
tary eninat, t~ii lnt~ th lier yeioI se
ecrete the h111e and limi tles from14 the
blood. 25 anid 75 CentI hottles.
Sold by PO4Ve Drug Co.
Big lIne Pedestals In mahogany,
golden oak, fumed oak and early Eng
lish. Frices from $1.25 up.
S. M!. & E. Hf. WTLIES & Co,
FORCE (ERMANS TO
BUY LIlBERTY BONDS
Outraged Amerieans 3Mnke Iald Utpon
(erman Settlement, and Sell Bonds.
Manilla, Ia., Oct. 2-.--Ptrilotle in
dignation at the refusal of the owner
of the only assembly hall in Aspinwall,
a village near here, to permit the use
of his place by Liberty Loan cam
paigners stirred more than seventy
live citizens of Manilla to such re
sentment that they descended upon the
little town today, closed all its stores,
obtained the arrest of the recal
eitrant hall owner, and secured sub
wriptions for almost the entire (uota
if the township's bond allotment. The
name of many citizens of the town,
which is a German settlement, who
iid not buy a bond, was given to the
federal authorities for investigation
and the state council of (efense ordCr
cd the resignation of the towun mar
It had been reported In 'lanilla
that residents of Aspinwall were
given to laughing scornfully When
PProl)ched by Liberty Bond sales
S ee tJ
At Fair time
They're the fine
'rhe fall and wir
Doesn't make ai
men, and though Manilla itself Il
populated largely by . lermans, th<
mayor organized a-flyifg squadron o
bankers and business men, put the
in fifteen automobiles and set out t4
see that Liberty Bond Day was cele
brated in Aspinwall in a substantia
A deputy United States marsha
was in the squadron and who Johi
Brus, the owner of the town's hall
reiterated his refusal to open it for I
Liberty Loani meeting, he .place<
Brus under arrest. irs. 1Brus turnet
over the keys to the hall. The meet
ing was called and everf able-bodle<
resident was forced to attend. Not i
business house remained open, an<(
subscriptions suddenly began to rol
Twent.y-Five Ships Rleased to Italy
, Washington, Oct. 25.-The Shippinj
Board agreed today to charter to th4
Italian government approximately 2:
American commandeered steel ships
of an aggregate of 100,000 deadweigh
tons to relieve Italy's shortage of ship
ping to transport vitally ieeded sup
k . .
itrer stle areaere
G VERMANS FACING
11ig Shortage of Shoe Lenther, Vegeta.
bles, Fuel 111141 Other 'Necessities.
. omlnen's Skirts to be Shorter and
Copenhagen, Oct. 25.-Soie of the
prospects which the German peopl)0
are called upon to face the coming
winter are oilleially announced in to
day's German newspapers ats follows:
"There 18 only enoigh shoe leather
for the use of miners, fishermen, ca
nal workers and a few allied trades.
The manufacture of leather footwear
for tie rest of the populatioll will
.soon be suspended. They will have
to get along with wooden soles and
"There Is a big shortage in vege
tables and no hope of any material
Improvement In the fresh vegetable
supply. The turnil must again be
one of the main stays of German diet
this winter, although to a less degree
than last year.
"Tile fuel problem has not been
solved, despite till the efforts made
for its solution, and the city popula
'ens Cu n t
enso coen tb
callo atenton f<
tions may expect to notice the re
silts of this fact keenly from time it
time. The coal comnissioner prophe
cies that the pinch will be felt hrt
and there wlhin the le.i few days.
"''he railway admilistration of
Saxony announced that railwayt ravel
will not lie allowed without spCeial
permission. Soldiers in tho hom<
camips are limitled in their week-end
furloughs, anld Saturday and Sunda'
trips of mothers and sweethearts it
see the boys lin camp are stopped il
order to cit down railway travel. Thi
Srtuan;iani railwaqs will probably fol
"Finall., after the fashion plate
for winter are out, the governmen
has decreed that women a skirts must
be made with a reducced amount of
material, which will necesritate their
being made both shorter and tightcr.'
Figure It Out.
Said Breen: "Nerrigan, do you like
"No, sorr ,01 don't," said Kerrigan
and what's more, Ol'i gladOl 01 don'i
for av O did, O'd a it -and Oi hate
ting it bs ex
bes grains, et
our showing of
try and skill in geot
rlish suits in .Amerk
y or not, we'll be a
Formation as we art
Washington, Oct. 25.-Sternly re
pwessivO censorship for the past two
weeks by the Austrian authorities has
failed to irevent the leakag# of re
ports to this country by cable of fierco
at tacks upon the government In the
reichrath by Czech leaders.
One of these, named Zocchickricch,
bitterly charged Premier Czernin
with being the v4ctiui of German
theorists who looked to world domin
ion and he declared that Austria
mi1ght have been s4yed all of her
p1resent misery had not the German
race which predominated In the gov
rinmient refused Serbia's proffered
Iconcessions. Count Czernin's peaco
suggestions were declared to have no
meanling whatever and he was re
proached for passing over in silence
the practical demands of the entente
espccially the guarantees for a gen
eral peace based on the recognition
of small nations as free and inde
Nowhere will you find such values.
as we offer in Blankets.
S. M. & H'. H1. WILKES & CO.
a-..V riy it