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Turner County herald. (Hurley, Dakota [S.D.]) 1883-19??, July 26, 1917, Image 2

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retreating. /.:.,'
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which followed the sectloa which w«nt
down the"Esaax coast r«a«h«d a pitch
of tmusaai intensity. it was the
otoTemanta of thU squad which caus
ed the firing for the first time of new
warning signals In London.
British planes pursued the Germans
well oat to sea, fighting rigorously all
the time, bat handicapped by the low
visibility. Reports of heavy firing re
ceived from various quarters indicate
that the authorities have made con
siderable improvement in the defenses
since the last raid over London,
The attempt lasted, barely two
hours, Thousands of persons turned
oat along the coast when the British
planes went up, in the hope of .seeing
battles hi the air but the combatants
soon disappeared in the haze.
J»UEA TO CONSERVE OIL SUPPLY.
Defense Council Suggests Curtailment
of Pleasure Riding.
Washington, D. C.—An appeal for
conservation of the country a oil sup
ply by curtailment of pleasuring rid
ing in motors and by eliminating other
sources of waste while production is
increased has been issued by Chair
man A. Bedford, of the defense coun
cil's petroleum committee. Mr. Bed
ford is president of the Standard
O
Company of New Jersey.
"This country," said the statement,
."is producing crude oil at the rate ol
about 300,000,000 barrels a year, but it
is using it at the rate of 335,000,001}
barrels a year.
"The rapid development of the
automobile is largely responsible for
present conditions. Today there are
more than 4,000,000 cars, demanding
over 40,000,000 barrels of gasoline a
year. Other uses of gasoline and oil
are expanding upon an enormous
scale.
"If our government is to have the
petroleum it will need to prosecute
the war successfully the public will
have to economize in the use of gaso
line. Not a gallon of gasoline should
be used in the present emergency ex
cept for some useful end.
"Every oil producer in the country
should be encouraged as a patriotic
effort to secure the utmost possible
output of crude oil."
"Washington, D. C.—The federal
board for vocational education has
•held its first meeting, organized and
chosen Secretary Houston, of the de
partment of agriculture, as chairman.
The civilian memberr, Arthur E. Hold
er, of Iowa Charles A. Greathouse, of
Indiana, and James Phinney,Moore, of
Massachusetts, were confirmed by the
senate. The board will administer
the law providing for federal co-opera
tion with the states in establishing in
dustrial schools. About $1,700,009 is
to be spent this year and the amosnt
will be increased to $3,700,000 in nine
years.
f-f Liners Came In a Fleet
An Atlantic Port —Several big pas
senger liners have Just completed a
voyage across the Atlantic in fleet
formation, according to passengers on
a British ressel which arrived heire.
The fleet was escorted through the
danger zone by British destroyers.
One destroyer fired several shots at
a submarine when the vessels were
one day ont. «,
jS
Those Drafted May Enlist,
Washington. D. C.—Those selected _r
for service under the draft will be per- |||p
^mitted to enlist in the regular army or 2
'national guard at apy tizae prior
"...
to
their call for examination before exr
emption hoards, probably- ten days
hence. TRtiey will not be allowed, how*
ever, to Join the marine crops. Tho
®ret. men actually drafted probably
will be 'detailed to, the regular army
In order to bring that branch up to
its full w*r. strength of 300.000 if the
35,000 enlistments needed are not ob
tained before examinations begin

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